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Strengthening nursing and midwifery in support of strategies for health for all
World Health Assembly, 42. World Health Organization; 8-19 May 1989
The health of young people: A callenge and a promise
In most societies, the health of young people is not seen as a cause for concern, since they are generally less vulnerable to disease than children or the very old. They do, however, suffer from a range of health problems, ...
The world health report 1995: bridging the gaps; report of the Director-General
For most of the people in the world today, every phase of life-from infancy to old age-takes place under the double burden of poverty and disease. Although average life expectancy is increasing at the global level, for ...
Economic support for national health for all strategies
Published in Spanish under PNSP/89-49
Manner and schedule of reporting by the Director General to the Executive Board and the health assembly on the work of WHO and on progress in implementing the global strategy for health for all : List of global indicators reformulated in accordance with the comments made by the Executive Board
Executive Board Session, 85. World Health Organization; 15-24 Jan. 1990
Estrategia mundial de prevención y lucha contra el SIDA : Informe del Director General
Executive Board Session, 83. World Health Organization; 9-20 Jan. 1989
From Alma-Ata to the year 2000: Reflections at the midpoint
This publication, issued at approximately the midpoint between the Declaration of Alma-Ata and the year 2000, examines the achievements so far and the tasks that lie ahead if the goal of health for all is to be attained. ...
Implementation of the global strategy for Health for All by the Year 2000, second evaluation; and eighth report on the world health situation
Executive Board Session, 89. World Health Organization; 20-29 Jan. 1992