Handbook for the induction of Heads of WHO Offices in countries, territories and areas
Other TitlesHandbook for the induction of Heads of WHO Offices
World Health Organization. (2014). Handbook for the induction of Heads of WHO Offices in countries, territories and areas. World Health Organization. https://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/136490
DescriptionThe hope is that this handbook will provide useful and relevant information to aid HWOs in their important work at country level. It is planned that future versions of this handbook will include a comprehensive managerial checklist to enable HWOs to periodically assess that managerial responsibilities are being correctly performed, to enhance accountability, and to help ensure that this handbook is a “living” document.
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