Poverty and health: a strategy for the African region
Regional Committee for Africa, 52. (2011). Poverty and health: a strategy for the African region. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/1897
DescriptionRegional Committee for Africa Fifty-second Session Harare, Zimbabwe, 8–12 October 2002
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The work of WHO in the Western Pacific Region, 1 July 2000 - 30 June 2001 : Report of the Regional Director to the Regional Committee for the Western Pacific, fifty-second session Regional Committee for the Western Pacific, 052 (WPR/RC52/2, 2001)
Regional Committee for Africa, 53 (AFR-RC53-8 Rev. 1, 2003)1. In January 2000, the WHO Director-General established the Commission on Macroeconomics and Health (CMH) to study the links between increased investments in health, economic development and poverty reduction. 2. The Commission’s analysis revealed that: (a) ill-health contributes significantly to poverty and low economic growth; (b) a few health conditions account for the high proportion of ill-health and premature deaths; (c) a substantial increase in the use of cost-effective interventions in addressing priority health problems can ...