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Title: Global strategy for health for all by the year 2000
Issue Date: 1981
Publisher: Geneva : World Health Organization
Language: Greek, Modern (1453-)
Abstract: Elaborates the WHO global strategy for extending health care coverage in keeping with the basic right of all humans to enjoy the many benefits of health, economic productivity, and social activity made possible by advances in medical knowledge. The opening chapter cites bleak statistics, expressed as morbidity and mortality rates for preventable diseases, that illustrate the great disparities that exist between the level of health care available in developed and developing countries. The remaining chapters indicate the broad lines of action to be taken in the health sector and in related social and economic sectors and describe ways in which countries can develop their health systems on the basis of primary health care. The strategy also specifies intersectoral activities that reinforce one another and thus contribute to human and health development
Description: tur published by: Istanbul : Cerrahpasa Faculty of Medicine
ger published by: Frankfurt am Main : Deutsche Zentrale für Volksgesundheispflege
gre published by: Athens : International Relations Division, Ministry of Health, Welfare and Social Security
Russian version of nos. 1-8 bound together (barcode no. 00072069)
90 p.
Subject: Health Planning
World Health Organization
International Cooperation
Health for All
Context: organization and administration
metadata.dc.subject.other: Work of the World Health Organization
Other Identifiers: 9241800038
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