Guidelines for conducting a comprehensive review of a diarrhoeal disease control programme, including examples of data collection forms, Rev. 1. 1988
World Health Organization. Diarrhoeal Disease Control Programme. (1986). Guidelines for conducting a comprehensive review of a diarrhoeal disease control programme, including examples of data collection forms, Rev. 1. 1988. World Health Organization. https://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/60941
DescriptionCDD/SER/86.3, Rev. 1. Unpublished
Gov't Doc #CDD/SER/86.3, Rev. 1. Unpublished
MetadataShow full item record
Showing items related by title and subject
World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean (2014)The private health care sector plays an increasingly important role in the health systems of many low and middle-income countries. While most countries in the WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region have passed regulations related to the private health sector, little is known about the regulatory process or its comprehensiveness, effectiveness, institutional capacity and enforcement mechanisms. This report contains the findings of an assessment of the regulation of the private health sector in Egypt. It examines the existing regulatory policy and ...
World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean (2014)This guide was developed to support national AIDS programme managers and their partners to implement the HIV test–treat–retain cascade analysis at country level. It includes guidance on how to use the cascade model to assess the magnitude and determinants of engagement along the continuum of care and also opportunities to improve the delivery of services to PLHIV and, ultimately, access to HIV testing and treatment. It suggests a process for conducting the cascade analysis in country in order to achieve broad stakeholder participation, consensus ...