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Country Cooperation Strategy for WHO and Kuwait

Abstract: 
"The WHO Country Cooperation Strategy (CCS) with Kuwait is a reference framework for decisions influencing the health sector in the medium-term. In developing the CCS the country’s needs and expectations, together with regional orientations and global priorities for public health are considered. The key principles that govern WHO’s search for new strategic agendas at country level are to have greater focus on what to support in the country health sector; greater flexibility within precise boundaries for response; more emphasis on WHO’s role as policy adviser and broker; wider partnerships and greater attention to partners’ strategies and activities; maintenance of the visibility and credibility of WHO and differentiation of WHO’s work and performance from that of the government; and guidance for achieving the health sector related Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)."
Author: 
World Health Organization 2006
Institution: 
World Health Organization
Year: 
2009
Input By: 
Nema Al Areefi
Affiliation: 
MI-ESM608-Group6
Dimensions-Problem/Solution: 
Region(s): 
Industry Focus: 
Machinery & Equipment
Food & Agriculture
Service Sector
Other Services
Country: 
Kuwait
Datatype(s): 
Organizations