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    Type of settings
    On-line
    Category of capacity building activity
    Seminar/Webinar
    PHIRI Activity
    No
    Activity schedule
    Fixed date(s)
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    Activity local date
    -
    -
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    GEO coverage
    Multinational
    Language
    English
    Available in other languages
    Yes
    Target audience
    Junior specialists;
    Experts;
    Public Health Sector;
    Public Health Professionals;
    Health Professionals;
    Public Health Authorities;
    Decision-Makers;
    Policy-Makers

    To continuously strengthen primary health care, countries must be able to assess how decisions, actions and investments are addressing the broader determinants of health while improving service coverage, financial risk protection, and ultimately the health of individuals and populations. 
    WHO and UNICEF are jointly releasing the landmark Primary health care monitoring framework and indicators monitoring health systems through a primary health care lens, the first-ever globally normative and endorsed primary health care measurement and monitoring framework, and the official measurement framework in support of the Declaration of Astana and Operational Framework for PHC. As countries strive to reorient their health systems around the principles of primary health care, this Framework responds to Member States’ request to monitor primary health care performance to accelerate progress towards universal health coverage and the other health-related Sustainable Development Goals.

    Topics
    Health systems » Health system performance » Quality » Care ;
    Policy ;
    Determinants of health
    Free keywords
    Primary care
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    Leading organizer
    World Health Organisation
    Contact

    WHO Headquarters in Geneva

    Telephone: +41 22 791 21 11 | Website (link in here)

    Updated on 27 April 2022