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The regional agenda for capacity building in health promotion 2002-2005
This document is a guide for health promotion programme managers, policy-makers, strategic partners abd advocates. This document summarizes the results of recommendations made by participants and observers at the Workshop on Capacity Building for Health Promotion, 5-8 November 2002, to be used as a quick reference for planning and implementation of activities at country and regional levels.
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|Contributions||World Health Organization. Regional Office for the Western Pacific.|
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This document is a guide for health promotion program managers, policy-makers, strategic partners and advocates. This document summarizes the results of recommendations made by participants and observers at the Workshop on Capacity Building for Health Promotion, Novemberto be used as a quick reference for planning and implementation of activities at country and Pages: To view a book, please click on the title.
Regional Agenda for Capacity Building in Health Promotion (The) This document summarizes the results of recommendations made by participants and observers at the Workshop on Capacity Building for Health Promotion, Novemberto be used as a quick reference for planning and.
Author(s): Workshop on Capacity Building for Health Promotion,( Makati, Philippines); World Health Organization. Regional Office for the Western Pacific. Title(s): The regional agenda for capacity building in health promotion, Country of Publication: Philippines Publisher: Manila: World Health Organization, Regional Office.
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The Committee first met in and will meet again from The Western Pacific Region is home to almost billion people across 37 countries and areas in the Asia Pacific.
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A number of options are open to governments to lure private. The focus of the agenda includes civil service reform, decentralization, urban management, judicial reform, participation and promotion of human rights.
The governance reform agenda is strong, but its success will largely depend on the adequacy of implementation capacity, political commitment, and incentives of the different actors. In England this was acknowledged in the government health strategy, 'The Health of the Nation' (DOH, ) which first used the term 'healthy alliances' in policy to describe joint working between health and local government for health promotion; 'Healthy alliances add significantly to the opportunities for progress towards the national.
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About. More than 25 years of professional experience managing people and projects, on sustainable development issues (transport, energy, environment, climate) and on humanitarian issues, at national and European level (institutional reforms/governance), at global level on international agendas ( agenda, climate & Paris Agreement, disaster risk reduction, migrations) with.