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PAHO Organizational Chart PAHO Organizational Chart

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PAHO Organizational Chart (English) 

Organigrama de la OPS Organigrama de la OPS

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 Organigrama de la OPS en español

Organigrama de la OPS Organigrama de la OPS

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Standards of conduct for the international civil service Standards of conduct for the international civil service

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For the past half century the international civil service has been guided by the Standards of Conduct in the International Civil Service prepared in 1954 by the International Civil Service Advisory Board. Although these standards have stood the test of time, an earlier era resonates in some of the content and tone. The onset of a new millennium provided the impetus for the revision of these standards to take into account global changes and to reflect, in more modern, gender-neutral language, developments and concepts that either did not exist or were of lesser importance in 1954. A renewed interest in the subject on the part of national civil services and the private sector in responding to new ethical challenges was a further stimulus to a new text.

PAHO Organizational Chart PAHO Organizational Chart

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Declaration of Merida [Spanish] Declaration of Merida [Spanish]

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The Declaration of Mérida has been drafted in consultation with all the countries, which have made valuable contributions and suggestions. Its signature will be a historic moment in the commitment of the Ministers of Health of the Americas and the beginning of a new stage of effort and energy to tackle this enormous problem that affects the health, well-being, and harmonious survival of society as a whole.

PAHO Staff Rules and Regulations PAHO Staff Rules and Regulations

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The attached version of the Staff Rules and Staff Regulations, dated July 2007, incorporates all amendments made by the Director to the Staff Rules, confirmed by the Executive Committee at its 140th Session, and noted by the Directing Council at its 47th Meeting. It also incorporates the amendments to the Staff Regulations proposed by the Director, recommended by the Executive Committee at its 140th Session, and confirmed by the Directing Council at its 47

As a convenience to staff members, amendments made to maintain consistency with WHO are indicated by the symbol º.

INCAP Quotas INCAP Quotas

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 El Código Sanitario Panamericano: Hacia una política de salud continental El Código Sanitario Panamericano: Hacia una política de salud continental

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El Código Sanitario Panamericano fue firmado ad referendum por 18 países de las Américas en el Salón de Actos de la antigua Academia de Ciencias Médicas, Físicas y Naturales ­actual Museo de Historia de las Ciencias Dr. Carlos J. Finlay­ en La Habana, Cuba, el 14 de noviembre de 1924 durante la Séptima Conferencia Sanitaria Panamericana. Posteriormente ratificado por todas las repúblicas americanas, y aún vigente hoy en día, el Código representa el mayor logro de la normalización de la salubridad en el continente americano y la culminación de décadas de iniciativas internacionales dirigidas a prolongar la vida y a lograr la felicidad humana.

 

Pan American Sanitary Code Pan American Sanitary Code

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The code was signed in Havana, Cuba, on 14 November 1924, at the VII Pan American Sanitary Conference and ratified by the Governments of the twenty-one American Republics (see Appendix I). The Code was amended by the Additional Protocol to the Pan American Sanitary Code (1952), to abrogate Articles 2, 9, 10, 11, 16 to 53 inclusive, 61, and 62, which were extracted in full infra. For a complete text of the Code, please refer to Publication 193 of the Pan American Sanitary Bureau (March 1943).
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