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(Official Document 333, 2009)
[Introduction] 1. PAHO, along with WHO, pursues a results-based budgeting approach to determine the resource requirements to carry out its work. The cost of achieving PAHO’s region-wide expected results over a given period of time is expressed through an integrated budget that includes all funding sources.
(Official Document 335, 2009)
[Overview] With the launching of the Health Agenda for the Americas in 2007, the Member States of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) envisioned a healthier, more equitable Region of the Americas where the people have the opportunity to develop to their full potential. This Agenda is intended to facilitate resource mobilization and to strengthen countries’ commitments in health and actions including achieving their goals as they relate to access to quality health services, reducing the risk and burden of disease, and strengthening the ...
(Official Document 328, 2009)
[Summary] 1. This Strategic Plan 2008-2012 (SP 08-12, or the “Plan”), is the Organization’s highest-level planning instrument, approved every five years by the Pan American Sanitary Conference. The Plan sets out PAHO Strategic Objectives and the Pan American Sanitary Bureau’s (PASB or the “Bureau”) expected results for the planning period. It is a product of the efforts of country offices, centers, and technical and administrative areas throughout the Bureau. Staff at all levels has had the opportunity to participate in the Plan’s development ...