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Annexes: (A) Strategy and Plan of Action on Climate Change; (B) Plan of Action for Maintaining Measles, Rubella, and Congenital Rubella Syndrome Elimination in the Region of the Americas; (C) Plan of Action to Accelerate the Reduction in Maternal Mortality and Severe Maternal Morbidity; (D) Implementation of the International Health Regulations; (E) Elimination of Neglected Diseases and other Poverty-related Infections; (F) Plan of Action on Safe Hospitals; (G) Status of the Pan American Centers.
Annexes: (A) — Regional Strategy and Plan of Action for Neonatal Health within the Continuum of Maternal, Newborn, and Child Care (2008-2015): Mid-term Evaluation; (B) — Strategy and Plan of Action for the Elimination of Mother-to-child Transmission of HIV and Congenital Syphilis: Mid-term Evaluation;(C, Rev. 1) — Millennium Development Goals and Health Targets in the Region of the Americas; (D) — Implementation of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control; (E) — Regional Plan on Workers’ Health; (F) — Towards the Elimination of Onchocerciasis ...
[Overview] The 2010 year has been very challenging for public health in the Region of the Americas. During 2010, the Organization faced enormous challenges, including the earthquakes that struck Chile and devastated Haiti, as well as the outbreak of cholera in Haiti. Over the years, technical cooperation in disaster preparedness with the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) has enabled more and more Member States to effectively respond to emergencies and disasters with their own resources. However, the magnitude of these earthquakes required ...
[Summary] 1. This Strategic Plan 2008-2012 (SP 08-12, or the “Plan”), is the Organization’s highest-level planning instrument, approved every five years by the Pan American Sanitary Conference. The Plan sets out PAHO Strategic Objectives and the Pan American Sanitary Bureau’s (PASB or the “Bureau”) expected results for the planning period. It is a product of the efforts of country offices, centers, and technical and administrative areas throughout the Bureau. Staff at all levels has had the opportunity to participate in the Plan’s development ...