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Title: WHO country cooperation strategy, Thailand: 2017–2021
Authors: World Health Organization. Regional Office for South-East Asia
Issue Date: May-2017
Publisher: World Health Organization. Regional Office for South-East Asia
Place of publication: New Delhi
Language: English
Abstract: The fifth Country Cooperation Strategy (CCS) 2017–2021 is WHO's strategic vision for the organization's work with the Royal Thai Government and its partners. The CCS in Thailand represents a strategic, innovative and unique approach to partnership an approach where more than 60 stakeholders in health including the Ministry of Public Health, academia, civil society, other sectors and government autonomous health agencies all come together on a limited number of clear priorities based on evidence. In this CCS, WHO serves as a catalyst to broader collaboration across sectors maximizing WHO's social and intellectual capital. This CCS focuses of the following five strategic priorities: 1. Antimicrobial Resistance 2. Global Health Diplomacy (including International Trade and Health) 3. Migrant Health 4. Noncommunicable Diseases 5. Road Safety The WHO Country Office for Thailand through this CCS is committed to contribute to improving the health of all people living in Thailand by bringing together the Ministry of Public Health, other ministries and a wide spectrum of partners to discuss critical health priorities and stimulate high-value policy work, knowledge generation, advocacy and capacity-building.
Keywords: country cooperation strategy
Regional Office for South-East Asia
Subject: National Health Programs
Health Priorities
ISBN: 9789290225829
Appears in Collections:Country Cooperation Strategies

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