Program Budget of the Pan American Health Organization 2020-2021
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This Program Budget 2020-2021 forms a results-based “contract” between the Pan American Sanitary Bureau (PASB or “the Bureau”) and PAHO Member States, with each undertaking to perform the respective actions necessary to achieve the health outcomes and outputs contained herein. The approval, implementation, and reporting of this Program Budget is the main means of accountability for the programmatic work of PASB. The budgetary aspect of the Program Budget forms one of the two main pillars of financial accountability (along with the annual Financial Report of the Director and Report of the External Auditor). With a few notable exceptions, the sum total of PASB’s work for the next two years is represented in this Program Budget.
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Program Budget of the Pan American Health Organization 2020-2021. (Official Document: 358). Washington, D.C.: Pan American Health Organization; 2020. License: CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 IGO.
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