Strategy and Plan of Action on Ethnicity and Health 2019–2025. Impact and Process Indicators
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The purpose of this publication is to provide continuity to the technical cooperation with Member States of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) in estimating and monitoring the targets and indicators proposed by the Strategy and Plan of Action on Ethnicity and Health 2019–2025 in the different countries and territories; and to measure the processes and impact derived from implementing the guidelines contained in the Policy on Ethnicity and Health. The compendium and technical sheets that make up this publication are aimed in particular at cooperating partners and those in the health sector and other sectors that provide support for intercultural action in health. This mainly involves the Ministries of Health of the countries and territories, along with other government ministries and institutions, together with the support of key associates and cooperating partners. The design of this technical tool, in line with the Policy on Ethnicity and Health, was guided by the basic objective of calculating and recording the progress to be achieved in the Region of the Americas between 2019 and 2025 in developing the measures necessary to guarantee an intercultural approach to access health care and services. It has taken into account the social determinants of health from a standpoint of equality and mutual respect, valuing the cultural practices of the Region’s ethnic groups, including their lifestyles, social organization, value systems, traditions, and worldviews.
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