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[Executive Summary]. The annual population growth of Belize is estimated at 3.3% for both periods of reporting (2000-2004 and 2005-2007). Population indicators show that Belize is in the third phase of demographic transition which is characterized by a stable crude death rate, declining crude birth rates, continued population growth, an increased burden of non-communicable, communicable and degenerative diseases on population mortality relating to lifestyles, increasing life-span, environmental conditions, and sexual risk behaviors. Epidemiological ...
[Executive Summary]. The Country Cooperation Strategy for Suriname 2012-2016 (CCS) is the planning mechanism for the PAHO/WHO Country Office in Suriname (CO), which states the aligned regional and global strategic orientations and priorities along with the jointly agreed upon priorities. The CCS outlines the main health priorities (Section 2) and captures the outcomes of the dialogue generated by the CCS process (Sections 3 and 4). Based on these elements, the CCS presents the strategic agenda for PAHO/WHO cooperation (Section 5) and reviews the ...
Belize will have a sustainable health workforce that is knowledgeable, skilled and adaptable. The workforce will be distributed to achieve equitable health outcomes, suitably trained and competent. The workforce will be valued and able to work within a supportive environment and culture. It will provide safe, quality, preventative, curative and supportive care, that is population and health consumer focused and capable of meeting the health needs of the Belizean community.
[Executive Summary] Over the period of January to July 2008, the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) undertook a participatory process to formulate a Country Cooperation Strategy (CCS) for its work with, and in, Belize over the mediumterm. Led by the PAHO/WHO Representative in Belize, a CCS team comprising members from all levels of the Organization worked to define and implement the process for developing the Belize CCS, based on previous experiences in PAHO and the revised (2008) CCS methodology formulated by ...
PAHO/WHO Eastern Caribbean cooperation strategy 2006-2009: PAHO/WHO medium term cooperation strategy for Barbados and member countries of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States
In 2002 the World Health Organization (WHO) announced the introduction of the Country Focus Initiative (CFI) using the country cooperation strategy (CCS) as the nationally agreed framework, to focus the work of WHO in the countries it serves. The CCS combines a realistic assessment of a country’s needs with subregional, regional, and global priorities. At the end of 2003, the Pan American Health Organization, Regional Office of the World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO), approved an initiative for the development of a cooperation strategy for 10 ...
The Country Cooperation Strategy (CCS) is an integral part of WHO’s Country Focus Policy (CFP). The purpose of the CFP is to: a) optimize WHO’s contribution to health and development in countries; and b) empower countries to exercise more influence in global and regional public health. The CCS is being implemented by WHO across all Regions on a country-by-country basis. The development of a Country Cooperation Strategy for Trinidad and Tobago is crucial at this time in light of the increasing number of health development partners, the decreasing ...