World Health Organization humanitarian action 2008-2009: biennial work plan to support WHO's capacity for work in emergencies and crises : medium-term strategic plan 2008-2013, programme budget 2008-2009
World Health Organization. (2008). World Health Organization humanitarian action 2008-2009: biennial work plan to support WHO's capacity for work in emergencies and crises : medium-term strategic plan 2008-2013, programme budget 2008-2009. World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/78061
Strategic objective 5 : to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disasters, crises and conflicts, and minimize their social and economic impact.
Gov't Doc #WHO/HAC/DOC/2008.5/rev. 1
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