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    • National health accounts 

      World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia (‎SEA-HSD-290, 2007)‎
      This activity which was initiated as a multi-country activity for countries of the SEA Region, was organized by the WCO India with the technical assistance of SEARO. With the enthusiasm shown by the some of the countries of the WHO Western Pacific Region this activity was concluded as a bi-regional activity. The objective of this workshop was to strengthen the national financial management mechanisms in health. The publication describes the process, technical sessions, countries presentations. Overview of sub-accounts, and how SEARO would propose ...
    • National Influenza Centres and Influenza Surveillance in the WHO's South-East Asia and Western Pacific Regions, Report of the eighth bi-regional meeting , Jakarta, Indonesia, 12-15 August 2014 

      World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia (‎SEA-Immun-94, 2015-07)‎
      The Eighth bi-regional meeting of the national influenza centres (‎NICs)‎ and influenza surveillance in the South-East and Western Pacific Regions was held from 12 to 15 August 2014 at Jakarta, Indonesia. The objective of the meeting was to further strengthen influenza surveillance, preparedness and response in the Asia-Pacific region. The bi-regional meeting brought together participants from Member States in South-East Asia and Western Pacific Regions, World Health Organization (‎WHO)‎ Collaborating Centres, regional reference laboratories, partner ...
    • National programme managers for leprosy elimination 

      World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia (‎SEA-LEP-167, 2006)‎
      The South-East Asia (‎SEA)‎ Region, which traditionally accounted for the highest burden of leprosy worldwide, achieved the goal of elimination of leprosy as a public health problem in December 2005. India, which accounted for the highest burden of leprosy globally and regionally, also achieved the goal in December 2005. The annual intercountry meeting of national programme managers has been useful in reviewing the progress, sharing experiences, identifying constraints and evolving measures to deal with the remaining challenges. With this background, ...
    • National programme managers for leprosy elimination 

      World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia (‎SEA-LEP-161, 2005)‎
      This is an annual meeting of the National Leprosy Programme Managers of the Member States of the Region. The general objective of the meeting was to undertake an overview of the progress of leprosy elimination in the Region and plan for the future. The specific objectives included a review of the progress of implementation of leprosy activities in Member States during the biennium 2003-2004, discuss implementation of the country plans for the biennium 2004-2005 and to identify country-specific constraints and make appropriate recommendations for ...
    • National TB control programme managers and partners 

      World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia (‎SEA-TB-339, 2012)‎
      Countries in the WHO South-East Asia (‎SEA)‎ Region have made significant progress towards the Millennium Development Goals relating to tuberculosis (‎TB)‎. The estimated incidence of all forms of TB, estimated prevalence of all forms of TB and estimated TB mortality all continue to show a downward trend. The treatment success rate among new smear-positive pulmonary TB cases has remained above 85% since 2005, and was 89% in 2010. But although there has been progress, TB control remains a huge challenge in the SEA Region. Approximately 40% of the ...
    • National tuberculosis control programme, Bhutan 

      World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia (‎SEA-TB-292, 2007)‎
    • National Tuberculosis Control Programme: Democratic People's Republic of Korea 

      World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia (‎SEA-TB-359, 2015-02)‎
      The Democratic People's Republic of Korea and the World Health Organization coordinated this first Joint Monitoring Mission (‎JMM)‎ from 9-19 May 2014, to review the country's National Tuberculosis Control Programme (‎NTP)‎. The review was undertaken jointly by the Ministry of Public Health, DPR Korea and the WHO with active participation of partners including UNICEF, Global Drug Facility; Green Light Committee, and technical experts. The objectives of the Mission were to review the performance of the National TB Programme compared to ...
    • NCD risk factor data management, analysis and reporting: report of an intercountry workshop, Kathmandu, Nepal, 18-22 July 2006 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for South-East Asia (‎SEA-NCD-72, 2007)‎
    • Negotiation process for health resource mobilization 

      World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia (‎SEA-HSD-231, 2000)‎
    • Neonatal-perinatal database and birth defects surveillance 

      World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia (‎SEA-CAH-24, 2016-02)‎
      Nearly 3.3 million children under five years of age die every year due to birth defects globally. An estimate of 3.2 million of those who survive may have lifelong mental, physical, auditory or visual disability. As the morbidity due to communicable disease is decreasing, birth defects is taking prominence as a significant cause of under-five year morbidity and mortality. The irony is that most of these conditions are preventable with a very high coverage of available interventions. WHO-South-East Asia Regional Office in collaboration with ...
    • Nepal malaria programme review 

      World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia (‎SEA-MAL-265, 2011)‎
      The programme review is a mechanism to assess overall programme achievements and performance as well as identifying gaps. It provides an opportunity to propose strategic directions in order to improve the programme performance. The Ministry of Health and Population of Nepal in collaboration with WHO conducted the external evaluation of the malaria control programme during 7-16 June 2010. The review team observed significant progress in the malaria situation and the Malaria Control Programme. Several new tools were proven effective and produced ...
    • Networking of nursing and midwifery education institution for nursing and midwifery development 

      World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia (‎SEA-NURS-453, 2006)‎
      An intercountry workshop on Networking of Nursing and Midwifery Educational Institutions for Nursing and Midwifery Development was conducted on 6-7 July 2006 at Cha-am, Thailand to strengthen the capacity of WHO collaborating centres for nursing and midwifery development in the Region and to strengthen other nursing and midwifery educational institutions. The main objectives of the workshop were: to develop the South-East Asia Nursing and Midwifery Educational Institutions Network (‎SEANMEIN)‎; to adopt the South-East Asia Strategic Framework of ...
    • Ninth meetng of the WHO South-East Asia nutition research-cum-action network 

      World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia (‎SEA-NUT-176, 2009)‎
      Description: The ninth meeting of the South-East Asia Nutrition Research-cum -Action Network was organized by the WHO Regional Office for South East Asia at the National Institute of Nutrition, Hyderabad, India from 24-26 September 2008. The three -day meeting was an endeavour to promote effective exchange of information among Member States of the Region, partner organizations and institutions. Participants from all the 11 Member States of the Region as well as representatives from academic institutions, WHO Collaborating Centres and international ...
    • Noncommunicable diseases risk facator surveillance in South-East Asia Region 

      World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia (‎SEA-NCD-60, 2003)‎
    • Noncomunicable diseases including mental health and neurological disorders 

      World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia (‎SEA-NCD-84, 2012)‎
      The Political Declaration of the High-level Meeting on Noncommunicable Diseases (‎NCDs)‎ held in September 2011 in New York calls for concrete and comprehensive actions by Member States and the international community, and emphasizes WHO's leading role in coordinating global action against NCDs. As a follow-up of this meeting and as per the decision of the Sixty-fourth Session of the World Health Organization (‎WHO)‎ Regional Committee for South-East Asia, a regional meeting was organized from 24 to 26 April in Yangon, Myanmar. It was a platform to ...
    • Nursing and midwifery education in the twenty-first century 

      World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia (‎SEA-NUT-428, 2000)‎
    • Nursing role in HIV/AIDS care and prevention in South-East Asia region 

      World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia (‎SEA-NUR-437SEA-AIDS-127, 2002)‎