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

Pacific island countries and territories are confronted with a triple burden—communicable disease, noncommunicable disease and the health impact of climate change—that causes high rates of morbidity and mortality. The WHO Multi-Country Cooperation Strategy for the Pacific (2013–2017) is a key instrument to guide WHO’s work in countries and territories. It represents a medium-term vision for WHO’s technical cooperation with 21 countries and territories in the Pacific.

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