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What We've Achieved Together: Report of the Regional Director on the Work of Who in the European Region in 2010-2011
By Who Regional Office for Europe (corporate author)
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Bibliographic Detail
Publisher World Health Organization
Publication date December 30, 2012
Pages 82
Binding Paperback
Book category Adult Non-Fiction
ISBN-13 9789289044257
ISBN-10 928904425X
Dimensions 0 by 8.25 by 11.75 in.
Original list price $18.00
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Amazon.com description: Product Description: In her first report as WHO Regional Director for Europe, Zsuzsanna Jakab describes what has been achieved in 2010-2011 by combining the forces of the WHO Regional Office for Europe and its 53 Member States, to address the gaps in health and health-system development within and between countries, epidemiological changes such as the epidemic of noncommunicable diseases in Europe, and the challenges of the financial crisis, and to take the opportunities offered by the value given to health as a driver of growth, the strength of the scientific knowledge base and developments in information technology.

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1 edition from World Health Organization (February 28, 2013)
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from World Health Organization (December 30, 2012)
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About: In her first report as WHO Regional Director for Europe, Zsuzsanna Jakab describes what has been achieved in 2010-2011 by combining the forces of the WHO Regional Office for Europe and its 53 Member States, to address the gaps in health and health-system development within and between countries, epidemiological changes such as the epidemic of noncommunicable diseases in Europe, and the challenges of the financial crisis, and to take the opportunities offered by the value given to health as a driver of growth, the strength of the scientific knowledge base and developments in information technology.

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