• Health system: improving performance: report on round table 1 

      Regional Committe for Africa, 51 (‎AFR/RC51/13.1, 2001)‎
    • Health systems: improving performance: round table1 

      Regional Committe for Africa, 51 (‎AFR/RC51/RT1, 2001)‎
      When countries in the African Region attained independence about four decades ago, the main challenge was to build national health systems more oriented to solving the health problems faced then, such as the heavy burden of infectious diseases, lack of health care facilities and lack of human resources for health. Ensuring equal access to health care for all citizens was one of the goals set by the new governments. This principle was expressed explicitly or implicitly in the health policies adopted. The Alma Ata Declaration1 and the subsequent ...
    • Impact of a quality improvement programme on family planning services in Egypt 

      Hong, R.; Mishra, V.; Fronczak, N. (‎2011)‎
      The Egyptian government's to improve the quality and usage of family planning was conducted from 1995 to 2000. Service Provision Assessment survey were used to assess whether the certified Gold Star facilities had sustained higher quality services than non-Gold Star facilities 4 years after conclusion of the programme. A nationally representative sample of 637 facilities providing family planning services were compared using several quality indicators. Gold Star facilities had significantly better availability of family planning methods, counselling ...
    • Summary report on the Regional meeting on tools and standards to assess and improve quality of care at the primary care level Amman, Jordan 30 May–1 June 2016 

      World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean (‎WHO-EM/HCD/128/E, 2016)‎