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Title: PAHO/WHO Country Cooperation Strategy. Suriname 2012-2016
Other Titles: CCS Suriname
Authors: Pan American Health Organization
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Pan American Health Organization
Language: English
Abstract: [Executive Summary]. The Country Cooperation Strategy for Suriname 2012-2016 (CCS) is the planning mechanism for the PAHO/WHO Country Office in Suriname (CO), which states the aligned regional and global strategic orientations and priorities along with the jointly agreed upon priorities. The CCS outlines the main health priorities (Section 2) and captures the outcomes of the dialogue generated by the CCS process (Sections 3 and 4). Based on these elements, the CCS presents the strategic agenda for PAHO/WHO cooperation (Section 5) and reviews the added value contributed by all levels of the Secretariat to implement this agenda (Section 6). This document is the first CCS to be signed between the Ministry of Health and PAHO/WHO in Suriname and will foster current and future health achievements through successful implementation.
Keywords: Regional Office for the Americas
country cooperation strategy
Subject: National Health Programs
Health Priorities
Appears in Collections:Country Cooperation Strategy

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