Health systems development in the Pacific

There is increasing recognition that strong and competent health systems are needed if the health outcomes articulated in the Millennium Declaration are to be reached. The past decade has seen a steady increase in the funds available for the health sector in large parts of the developing world. There is concern that in spite of this increased spending the desired health outcomes are not being reached. Weak health systems are an obstacle to achieving the maximum health benefit possible from the resources available.

WHO's work in the South Pacific

2014 Pacific year in review

Major stories from the Pacific in 2014

Working with Pacific partners

Collaboration with the Secretariat of the Pacific Community, Small Island Developing States (SIDS)

WHO Multi-Country Cooperation Strategy for the Pacific 2013–2017 (MCCS)

Contact information

World Health Organization
Level 4, Provident Plaza One
Downtown Boulevard, 33 Ellery Street
Suva, Fiji

P. O. Box 113,
Suva, Fiji

Telephone: (679) 323 4100
Fax: (679) 323 4166
(679) 323 4177