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(SEA-RC63-18 Addendum, 2010-09-07)
SEA/RC63/6 - Consideration of the recommendations arising out of the Technical Discussions on “Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion”
This paper is a summary of the Technical Discussions on “Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion”, held in WHO-SEARO, New Delhi, from 25 to 26 May 2010. It covers the key issues involved, the consensus obtained during the Technical Discussions and the recommendations. The paper is submitted to the Sixty-third Session of the Regional Committee for its consideration of the recommendations arising out of the Technical Discussions on “Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion”. The report and the working paper on the Technical Discussions are being ...
Due to the growing burden of chronic diseases during the last two decades, which require a continuum of care, especially community-based care, new pressures have emerged on the health workforce in Member States of the South-East Asia (SEA) Region. All Member States of the SEA Region have been facing several common healthworkforce- related problems and issues, which led the Regional Office to develop a strategic plan for health workforce development. This Regional Strategic Plan for Health Workforce Development identified 10 strategic areas that ...
SEA/RC63/4 - Matters relating to Programme Development and Management: Part I - Implementation of workplans for Programme Budget 2010-2011
The document (SEA/RC63/4) provides the status of implementation of workplans for Programme Budget 2010-2011. The Sixty-second World Health Assembly in May 2009 approved the budget ceiling of US$ 544.5 million for WHO South-East Asia (SEA) Region. The budget comprised US$ 102.3 million from Assessed Contributions (AC) and US$ 442.2 million from Voluntary Contributions (VC). The approved budget of US$ 544.5 million represents a 10.8% increase over the approved PB2008-2009 and a 5.8% decrease compared with the closing gross budget for the 2008-2009 ...
There has been strong and consistent commitment to improving equity in health through universal coverage in the Region as well as at global level from WHO and Member States. An overall financing strategy towards achieving this goal has been developed for the Asia-Pacific Region jointly by the Regional Offices for South-East Asia and the Western-Pacific regions. Furthermore, these regional priorities will be the focus of the forthcoming 2010 World Health Report, “Financing for Universal Coverage”. The key challenges to financing for universal ...