WHO Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean (EMRO)
Bureau régional de l'OMS pour la Méditerranée orientale
Oficina Regional de la OMS para el Mediterraneo Oriental
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1948, as part of World Health Organization (WHO). Also referred to by acronym WHO/EMRO.
Stimulate and advance work to eradicate epidemic, endemic and other diseases; propose international conventions and agreements in health; promote improved nutrition, sanitation, working conditions and other aspects of environmental hygiene; promote and conduct research in the field of health; foster cooperation among scientific and professional groups which contribute to advancement of health; develop international standards for food, biological and pharmaceutical products; assist in developing an informed public opinion among all peoples on matters of health.Available with paid subscription only.
Knowledge management/information dissemination; awareness raising; training/education; events/meetings.
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- Specific Diseases
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- Health Care
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