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Enhanced global strategy for further reducing the disease burden due to leprosy (plan period: 2011-2015)

REGIONAL OFFICE FOR SOUTH EAST ASIA, WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO)
2009

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This document presents an overview of the concepts, ethics and guiding principles of the Enhanced Global Strategy. This is accompanied by the updated Operational Guidelines that outline practical suggestions for the implementation of leprosy control activities based on current evidence, professional knowledge and best practices. It is expected that these documents will assist leprosy-endemic countries in developing their own country-specific strategies and plans of action in order to sustain and provide high quality services to individuals and communities that need them

Promoting sexual and reproductive health for persons with disabilities : WHO/UNFPA guidance note

GROCE, Nora
et al
2009

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This resource addresses issues of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) programming for persons with disabilities. SRH, in particular, deserves attention because these needs have been so widely and so deeply neglected. At the same time, however, the approaches discussed here apply broadly to all aspects of health programming for persons with disabilities. This note outlines a general approach to programming and does not address specific protocols for the SRH care and treatment of persons with disabilities It is intended for SRH experts and advocates within UNFPA and WHO as well as those in other development organisations and partners

WHO model list of essential medicines

WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO)
March 2007

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This is a guide for the development of national and institutional essential medicines lists. It aims to identify cost-effective medicines for priority conditions, together with the reasons for their inclusion. The list has two sections; the first is the core list, and represents the minimum medicine needs for a basic health care system; and the second is a complementary list, presenting essential medicines for priority conditions

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