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Swaziland WHO Country Cooperation Strategy 2002-2005

WHO; Kingdom of Swaziland Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Eswatini 31 December 2001 Policy document health system, millennium development goal, strategy

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The Country Cooperation Strategy is a medium-term vision for WHO cooperation with Swaziland for the period 2002-2005. It articulates a coherent vision and selective priorities for WHO, as distinct from those of the government and other development partners. It is based on a systematic assessment of Swaziland's development challenges and health needs; the Government of Swaziland's policies and expectations; and the activities of other development partners.


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