Defeating malaria in Asia, the Pacific, Americas, Middle East and Europe
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Global Partnership to Roll Back Malaria & World Health Organization. (2012). Defeating malaria in Asia, the Pacific, Americas, Middle East and Europe. World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/76595
Progress & impact series ; n. 9
DescriptionContents: v. 1: Briefing for policymakers -- v. 2: Technical report
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World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (EUR/04/5049254, 2005)The WHO European Region confronts critically important challenges. Across the Region the challenges are multiple and varied. To the east, rates of HIV (and HIV-associated tuberculosis) and multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) are climbing, health systems remain frail, surveillance and laboratory services are underresourced, and in places political commitment is inadequate. To the west, TB in marginalized populations, such as migrant populations and the elderly, represents a challenge. In addition, political commitment to Directly Observed ...
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