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Health and Human Security

2012-07-24 15:48:22

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Latest News: The United Nations Hosted a High-Level Event on Human Security (17 May 2013) Read more... 

Background

This web site is intended to introduce and provide resources on Human Security and its relationship to Public Health, both conceptually and in intervention applications—and will be updated as new material becomes available.

The United Nations Commission on Human Security report, Human Security Now (2003), points to a paradigm shift from traditional notions of nation-based security, to a people-centered security approach with the goal of supporting three essential freedoms:

  • Freedom from fear
  • Freedom from want
  • Freedom to live in dignity

This is achieved through a people-centered, comprehensive, multisectoral approach for identifying critical and pervasive threats to individuals and communities, as well as for prevention focused action across two dimensions:

  • Protecting the population
  • Empowering the population to act

In the region of the Americas, the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) has embraced this people-centered human security approach and has produced various seminal documents over the last decade.  Most importantly, Directing Council Resolution CD50.R16, the first multilateral document of its kind endorsed by PAHO’s Member States in which it resolves to “…urge the Member States to continue to promote analysis of the concept of human security and its relationship with health, with a view to its incorporation into country health plans, pursuant to their national legislation, emphasizing coordination and multisectoral interagency participation to reflect the multidimensional aspects of such an approach.”  The resolution mandates the Secretariat to increase the dialogue on the concept and develop guidance for countries to implement it. 

Human Security and Public Health are deeply intertwined.  Conditions of insecurity, whether caused by sudden crises or chronic deprivations, lead to health deterioration and diminish people’s capacity to achieve and maintain their greatest level of health and wellbeing; and the direct and indirect effects of poor health, in turn, undermine the security enjoyed by individuals and communities.  Beyond its interdependence with health, human security is also a precondition for peace, state security, development and sustainability, thus it contributes significantly toward the success of efforts to meet the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and achieve sustainable development.

The principles and practices underlying human security and public health approaches are also deeply related.   Human security and public health both conceive of population threats broadly and seek to proactively address and prevent their root causes—often called social determinants—rather than treat their consequences.  Furthermore, the parallels between these approaches provide an aligning process to exercise the essential public health function of health promotion, and to strengthen the provision of services and the stewardship role of the public health system.  Human security aims at the satisfaction of the basic freedoms for all, and, as a consequence, it provides health an active role in development and human security.

Public health can also further advance human security by providing a natural basis for understanding the concept of human security, clearing up the concerns around its application, giving it the proper delineation from national security concerns, and illustrating its practice and added value.  Among these and other areas of synergy between public health and human security, we propose the following key areas where the functions of public health can be exercised to achieve maximum human security:

    • The practice of health promotion, which emphasizes community empowerment and capacity building at the individual, family, and community levels, as well as across sectors to strengthen assets and address the social determinants of health;
    • The focus on prevention practices which provides public health services an opportune position within the primary health care system, whose level of population access and reach is both direct and broad, and from which community members can be linked to multisectoral services:
    • And stewardship practices to protect health, such as regulation, enforcement, information gathering, and communication activities, which often involve consensus-building and multisectoral collaboration and coordination in policy development and implementation

The need to adopt and begin operationalizing health and human security approaches is driven by the complex, interrelated nature of the most pervasive insecurities currently affecting the Region of the Americas.  Threats for which health and human security’s holistic and proactive approach is necessary include, but are not limited, to:

    • Basic water and sanitation environmental threats in conjunction with toxic exposures,
    • Nutrition insecurity
    • Social gradient
    • Occupational insecurity and labor risks for children
    • The informal sector
    • Housing and unplanned urban metropolitan growth
    • Limited social protection on health
    • Pervasive violence

    There are additional  and emerging sources of insecurity in the Region that merit further attention, such as ubiquitous domestic and international migration of individuals and families  as well as  the impacts of climate change.  Important to note, disparities exist within and between populations, with vulnerable groups such as children, the elderly and indigenous communities suffering disproportionately from the abovementioned and other threats to security.

    As threats to security and health become increasingly complex, the urgency of the human security approach is increasingly clear; and, health and human security as an integrated approach represents and further advances the natural progression of the Human Security concept. 

    Resources made available throughout the following sections of the Health and Human Security page are intended to provide updates on news and events, as well as resources and tools to further introduce key concepts and build understanding of the chronologic development of the Human Security concept and its relation to health. 

    For New & Events, Information from the Regional Meeting and Documents please continue reading..... 

     


NEWS & EVENTS

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5 August 2013 -Tokyo Workshop on Health and Human Security, 2-3 June 2013

On June 3, 2013, the Japan Center for International Exchange (JCIE) hosted a workshop in Tokyo whose purpose was to discuss ways in which to connect the concepts of Human Security with approaches to implement it within communities.  The collaboration which took place between JCIE, the Centre for Health Sciences Training, Research and Development (CHESTRAD), and the Pan-American Health Organization (PAHO), contributed valuable information on case studies which showed the successful ways in which Human Security has been implemented on the ground.


To explore PAHO's presentation click here. and to learn more about this event and other speakers' presentations check out Japan's Ministry of Foreign Affair's webpage related to the event.

 

2 August 2013 - Human Security Briefing at the United Nations, 23 July 2013

The Human Security Unit (HSU) along with the Human Security Network (HSN) co-organized a meeting at the UN in New York City on July 23, 2013 during which PAHO provided participants with a presentation on  updates and developments regarding the human security approach and how it is being applied in relation to health challenges within the Region  Among conclusions drawn from the meeting was recognition of the critical need to maintain high-level discussions to spread knowledge of the development and application of the Human Security approach.

To view PAHO's presentation on Human Security, click here, and for more information about this event visit the UN Human Security Unit's website.

17 May 2013 - United Nations Trust Fund for Human Security Seeks Proposals for Human Security Projects

The United Nations Trust Fund for Human Security (UNTFHS) is seeking applicants who are interested in receiving funding for human security projects. Concept notes for human security projects seeking funding must be received by 2 September 2013 to be considered in the next scheduled review.  See the UNTFHS call for proposals and proposal guidelines, as well as PAHO's technical reference document (ENG, ESP) for support.

17 May 2013 - The United Nations Hosted a High-Level Event on Human Security 

The UN High-Level Meeting on Human Security brought out members of the Advisory Board on Human Security and representatives from academia, non-governmental organizations, and civil society organizations.  Secretary-General Ban-Ki Moon started off the meeting by discussing the importance of using the human security approach in development efforts.  In one of his most inspirational comments, he states: “You cannot end poverty without empowering women and girls. You cannot establish lasting peace without respect for human rights. You cannot increase prosperity or address climate change without transforming the world’s energy systems. We have to advance on all fronts.” 

Read the statement on human security given by PAHO at the High Level Event here.

Check out this brief video unveiled at the High Level Meeting that explains the concept of human security.

For more information about this meeting, the speakers, and their presentations, go to the UN page for this event

8 May 2013 - Huffington Post Article Discusses the Importance of Human Security in Addressing Complex Threats

Last week, the Huffington Post published an article written by Sadako Ogata focused on the importance of the use of human security in addressing complex threats.  This post explains the reason the United Nations Commission on Human Security was created, differentiates human security from state security, and links human security to the post-2015 development agenda.  Halfway through the article, Sadako Ogata also mentions that human security and the lessons learned from applying this approach will be the topic of a meeting with the United Nations on May 8th.  To read the article in its entirety, follow this link.

24 April 2013 - Countries of the Caribbean Promote Human Security as part of the Post-2015 Development Agenda

The countries of the Caribbean promoted human security, human development, citizen security, and human rights in their region as part of the post-2015 development agenda during a recent event held in March 2013 entitled Caribbean Forum: Shaping a Sustainable Development Agenda to Address the Caribbean Reality in the 21st Century.  The forum report compiled by the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean discusses this topic in more detail.  You can read more about the Caribbean, human security, and the post-2015 development agenda here.

10 April 2013 - Call Issued to Link Human Security to the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Agenda

The inter-linkages between human security and sustainable development were recently highlighted at the international NGO conference on Advancing the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Agenda, held 20-22 March, 2013 in Bonn, Germany.  This meeting brought together civil society activists and key stakeholders to seek perspective on post-2015 Sustainable Development Agenda priorities.  Participants reached two proposals on the linkage between sustainable development and peace and human security:

  1. Peace and human security should be a priority of, and mainstreamed with the Post-2015 framework
  2. Peace and human security issues are cross-cutting and should be integrated into other Post-2015 development priorities

These proposals may help pave the way toward wider recognition of the human security approach and the far-reaching, added value to be gained from its adoption as the international community acts to confront present and future challenges to sustainable development.  Read conference members' Statement on Peace and Human Security to learn more about human security-related discussions and consensus reached during this event.

1 April 2013 - United Nations Convenes High-Level Event on Human Security

The United Nations Trust Fund for Human Security (UNTFHS) is hosting a High-Level Event on Human Security on May 8, 2013.  The Heads of UN Agencies, Funds and Programmers along with key civil society organizations will gather to work on building the future of human security in the United Nations.  To see the concept note related to this event, click here.

News & Events in 2012

Read PAHO's  new commentary on Fostering Health and Human Security in the Americas, published online in the Fall 2012 issue of Global Health Governance  

PAHO's work in Health and Human Security was featured in the Fall 2012 Newsletter of the United Nations Trust Fund for Human Security (UNTFHS)! The issue spotlights Health and Human Security.

Read the Fall 2012 Newsletter on Health and Human Security here!

More information on the UNTFHS and efforts in Human Security can be found on their new webpage!

On September 10, the United Nations General Assembly passed Resolution A/66/L.55 on Human Security. The resoultion, the first on Human Security passed in General Assembly, notes the importance of the concept and its usefullness in assisting 'member states to identify and address widespread, cross cutting challenges to survival, liveliehood and dignity'.  For more details, find the entire Resolution below...

United Nations Resolution on Human Security, September 10

 


Health & Human Security Regional Meeting, Lima, Peru, September 3-13

PAHO/WHO and the Japan Center for International Exchange (JCIE) co-hosted a Regional Meeting on Health and Human Security held in Lima, Peru, 6-9 September, 2012.  The event consisted  of a Symposium on Health and Human Security in the Americas on September 6, and was followed by by a Technical Workshop on the 7th of September, and a Strategic Planning Session on the 8th of September. 

 

Read the Regional Health and Human Security Meeting Report  

Listen to the Symposium recording in English, Spanish, or Portuguese via Elluminate 

Regional Meeting Symposium Agenda - September 6, 2012

Presentations:

 

Integration of Human Security into Public Policies

 

Health and Human Security in Japan 

Keizo Takemi, Chair, Global Health and Human Security Program, JCIE

 

Presentation of the PAHO Report "Health and Human Security, Implications for Public Health 2012" 

Carlos Santos Burgoa, Sustainable Development and Environmental Health Area (SDE), PAHO/WHO (Presentation in Spanish) 

For a copy of the report, please see below

 

United Nations: Briefing on the Report of the Secretary General on Human Security 

Mehrnaz Mostafavi, Officer-in-Charge, Human Security Unit, Office of the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)
*Update* UN Resolution A/66/L.55/rev1 Resolution on Human Security, Adopted Sept 10, 2012

 

Presentation of Case Studies: Experiences Integrating Health and Human Security

A brief Profile of all case presentations (Eng, Esp)

 

Guatemala: Reduction of Vulnerabilities to Contirbute to Rural Development in Five Municipalities in the Watersheds of Rivers in the Department of San Marcos

Guillermo Orozco, SDE, PAHO/WHO (Presentation in Spanish)

Brazil: Human Security Project in Sao Paulo 

Rodolfo Gomez Ponce de León (Presentation in Spanish)

Mexico: Education oriented intervention to improve resilience and empowerment of children and adolescents and their families (MARIPOSA)

(Presentation in Spanish)

 

Human Security Approach fro Global Health 

Professor Masamine Jimba

JICA Experiences in Health and Human Security in the Americas

 

Africa: Update on Case Studies in Africa: Enabling African Action for Better Health 

Lola Dare, CHESTRAD

Peru: Alliance for Nutrition in Cajamarca (Presentation in Spanish) 

 

How Can We Promote Human Security in Peru and the Americas?

Martha Hijar, Researcher, Fundación Entornos, Mexico

Ernesto Gozzer, Associate Professor, Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia

Carlos Santos-Burgoa, Senior Advisor, Human Security, Coordinator, Environmental and Occupational Health, Sustainable Development and  Environmental Health Area (SDE), PAHO/WHO

Alternative Development Model in the San Martín Region: A Case Study in Local Economic Development 

Flavio Mirella, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Representative in Peru and Ecuador  (Presentation in Spanish)Dr. Ariel Frisancho, Coordinator of National ForoSalud, Peru

 

Human Security and Hansen's Disease

Arthur Custodio, MORHAN, Brazil (Presentation in Portugese)

 

For more informationin Spanish, and additional rescources, Please visit the PAHO Peru Simposio: Salud y Seguridad Humana en las Américas Page

 

Photos and Interviews from the Regional Meeting

 

You can view Live Tweets from the Meeting on Twitter by following @PAHOWHO and @OPSOMS_Per or search the hashtag #HumanSecurity or #SeguridadHumana.

 


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For Event Photos, Explore our Picasas Album

 

 

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Lima, 5 August 2012 - Canal 7. Watch the Interview Here (En Español)

 

 

Entrevista al Dr. Carlos Santos Burgoa: Seguridad Humana, Salud y Desarrollo (06/09/2012) - Perú -RPP Noticias

Difundirán en Perú lineamientos de Seguridad Humana vinculados a la salud. (03/09/2012) Colombia -Portal Terra

Difundirán en Perú lineamientos de Seguridad Humana vinculados a la salud. (03/09/2012) Ecuador - La Hora Nacional 

Simpósio Regional de Saúde e Segurança Humana (Brazil)

 

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PAHO'S NEW COMMENTARY:

Read PAHO's commentary on Fostering Health and Human Security in the Americas, published online in the Fall 2012 issue of Global Health Governance  

 


 

DOCUMENTS & PUBLICATIONS (Available in Spanish and English)

 

Reports & Resolutions

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PAHO's Health and Human Security: Implications for Public Health (ENG, ESP), Executive Summary (ENG, ESP)

Health and Human Security Brochure (ENG, ESP)

 

Read the Regional Health and Human Security Meeting Report  

Caribbean Forum: Shaping a Sustainable Development Agenda to Address the Caribbean Reality in the 21st Century (Report) (ENG)

United Nations Resolution on Human Security - 6 September 2012 (ENG, ESP)

United Nations, Follow-up to General Assembly resolution 64/291 on human security - April 2012 Report of the Secretary General (ENG, ESP)

UN Secretary General Report on Human Security 2010 (A/64/701) (ENG, ESP)

Pan American Health Organization: Resoultuion of the 50th Directing Council: Health, Human Security, and Well Being. (CD50.R16) 2010 (ENG, ESP)

Pan American Health Organization: Background Document: Health, Human Security, and Well Being.  (CD50/17) (ENG, ESP)

Pan American Health Organization: Annual Report of the Director 2010: Promoting Health, Well-Being, and Human Security. (ENG, ESP)

Background Paper for the General Assembly Thematic Debate on Human Security 2008 (ENG)

United Nations: In larger freedom: Towards Development, Security and Human Rights for all; Report of the Secretary-General. (ENG, ESP)

2005 World Summit Outcome Document (ENGESP)

United Nations Commission on Human Security: Human Security NOW. 2003 (ENG)

Organization of American States: Declaration on Security in the Americas. 2003 (ENG, ESP)

Pan American Health Organization: Health and Hemispheric Security. 2002 (ENG)

UNDP: New Dimensions of Human Security; Human Development Report. 1994 (ENG, ESP

 

Articles

Institute of Development Studies: Using Human security Principles to Develop a Post-2015 Framework. 2012 (ENG)

Takemi, K.: The Human Security Approach for Global Health. 2008 (ENG)

Chen, L.: Health as a Human Security Priority for the 21st Century. 2004 (ENG)

 

TOOLS & METHODOLOGIES

Hastings, D.: A Prototype Human Security Index. 2011 (ENG)

University of Kansas: Community Toolbox-Bringing Solutions to Light. 2012. (ENG)

United Nations Trust Fund for Human Security: Human Security in Theory and Practice. 2009 (ENG, ESP)


Links

United Nations Trust Fund for Human Security 

Japan Center for International Exchange

 

 

 

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28.a Conferencia Sanitaria Panamericana, 17 al 21 de septiembre del 2012

2012-07-23 15:49:09

28.a Conferencia Sanitaria Panamericana, 64.a Sesión del Comité Regional de la OMS para las Américas    

Washington, D.C., del 17 al 21 de septiembre del 2012

La Conferencia es la autoridad suprema de la Organización y se reúne cada cinco años para determinar las políticas generales de esta. También actúa como foro para el intercambio de información e ideas con respecto a la prevención de las enfermedades; la preservación, la promoción y la recuperación de la salud física y mental; y el fomento de los establecimientos y las medidas sanitarias y sociales en pos de la prevención y el tratamiento de las enfermedades físicas y mentales en el continente americano.

 Informe final  | Documentos oficiales | Documentos de trabajo | Documentos de información |  Documentos diversos | Resoluciones 


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 Informe final

 

Documentos oficiales

    • Documento oficial  342
      Informe Financiero del Director e Informe del Auditor Externo correspondientes al 2011 
        
    • Documento oficial 343  
      — Informe Quinquenal 2008-2012 del Director de la Oficina Sanitaria Panamericana 

    • Publicación científica y técnica 636
       


Documentos de trabajo

    • CSP28/1, Rev.3
      —  Orden del día

    • CSP28/2
      — Informe anual del Presidente del Comité Ejecutivo 

       
    • CSP28/3
      — Elección del Director de la Oficina Sanitaria Panamericana y propuesta de nombramiento del Director Regional de la Organización Mundial de la Salud para las Américas 

       
    • CSP28/4
      — Elección de tres Estados Miembros para integrar el Comité Ejecutivo por haber llegado a su término los mandatos de Colombia, San Vicente y las Granadinas y Venezuela (República Bolivariana de) 

    • CSP28/5
      — Método de trabajo de los Cuerpos Directivos: Delegación de funciones al Comité Ejecutivo 

    • CSP28/6
      — Evaluación de mitad de período de la Agenda de Salud para las Américas   

    • CSP28/7
      — Política del Presupuesto de la OPS 

    • CSP28/8
      — Evaluación de fin de bienio del Programa y Presupuesto de la OPS 2010-2011/Segundo informe de avance del Plan Estratégico de la OPS 2008-2012  

    • CSP28/9, Rev. 1
      — Estrategia para la prevención y el control de las enfermedades no transmisibles   

    • CSP28/10
      — Estrategia y Plan de acción para la salud integral en la niñez 

    • CSP28/11
      — Evaluación e incorporación de tecnologías sanitarias en los sistemas de salud 

    • CSP28/12, Rev. 1
      — Estrategia y Plan de acción sobre gestión del conocimiento y comunicaciones 

    • CSP28/13
      — Coordinación de la asistencia humanitaria internacional en salud en caso de desastres  

    • CSP28/14, Rev. 1
      — Bioética: hacia la integración de la ética en el ámbito de la salud 

    • CSP28/15
      — Programa Ampliado de Libros de Texto y Materiales de Instrucción (PALTEX) 

    • CSP28/16
      — Plan de acción para mantener la eliminación del sarampión, la rubéola y el síndrome de la rubéola congénita en la Región de las Américas     

    • CSP28/17, Rev. 1
      — Protección radiológica y seguridad de las fuentes de radiación: Normas Básicas Internacionales de Seguridad  

    • CSP28/18, Rev. 2
      — Consulta regional sobre el Informe del Grupo consultivo de expertos en investigación y desarrollo: financiación y coordinación   

    • CSP28/19
      — Informe sobre la recaudación de las contribuciones señaladas

    • CSP28/19, Add. I
      — Informe sobre la recaudación de las contribuciones señaladas 

    • CSP28/20
      — Sueldo del Director de la Oficina Sanitaria Panamericana 

    • CSP28/21
      — Modificación del Estatuto del Personal de la Oficina Sanitaria Panamericana 

    • CSP28/22
      — Excedente de la implementación de las IPSAS en el 2010  

    • CSP28/23
      — Fondo Maestro de Inversiones de Capital   

       
    • CSP28/24
      — Selección de dos Estados Miembros de la Región de las Américas facultados para designar una persona para integrar el Comité de Política y Coordinación del Programa Especial PNUD/UNFPA/OMS/Banco Mundial de Investigaciones, Desarrollo y Formación de Investigadores sobre la Reproducción Humana  

    • CSP28/25
      — Elección de tres miembros para integrar el Comité Asesor del Centro Latinoamericano y del Caribe para Información en Ciencias de la Salud (BIREME)  

    • CSP28/26
      — Premio OPS en Administración (2012)

    • CSP28/28
      — Solicitud del Reino de los Países Bajos de que se admita a Aruba, Curaçao y San Martín como Miembros Asociados de la Organización Panamericana de la Salud

 

Documentos de información

 Documentos diversos

    • CSP28/LP
      —  Lista de participantes

    • CSP28/DIV/1
      —  Estrategia para la prevención y el control de las enfermedades no transmisibles

    • CSP28/DIV/2
      — Palabras de bienvenida de la Directora de la Oficina Sanitaria Panamericana/Directora Regional de la Organización Mundial de la Salud para las Américas.
      Dra. Mirta Roses Periago 
    • CSP28/DIV/3
      — Palabras de bienvenida del Subsecretario de Salud del Departamento de Salud y Servicios Sociales de los Estados Unidos.
      Dr. Howard Koh
    • CSP28/DIV/4
      — Palabras de bienvenida del Secretario General de la Organización de los Estados Americanos

    • CSP28/DIV/5
      — Alocución de apertura de la Directora General de la Organización Mundial de la Salud en la 64.a Sesión del Comité Regional de la OMS para las Américas. Dra. Margaret Chan

    • CSP28/DIV/6
      — Intervención de la Excelentísima Senadora Ann Peters, Ministra de Salud de Granada, en ocasión de la inauguración de la 28.a Conferencia Sanitaria Panamericana, 64.a Sesión del Comité Regional
      de la OMS para las Américas

    • CSP28/DIV/7
      — Presentación del Informe Quinquenal 2008-2012 del Director de la Oficina Sanitaria Panamericana.
      “110 años de progreso panamericano en salud”.
      Dra. Mirta Roses Periago

    • CSP28/DIV/8
      — Discurso del ganador del premio OPS en administración (2012).
      Dr. Aron Nowinski

    • CSP28/DIV/9
      — Discurso del ganador del premio Manuel Velasco-Suárez a la excelencia en la bioética.
      Dr. Juan Alberto Lecaros Urzúa

    • CSP28/DIV/10
      — Palabras del Profesor Paulo M. Buss al recibir el premio Abraham Horwitz a la excelencia en el liderazgo en la salud pública interamericana

    • CSP28/DIV/11
      — Inauguración de la Exposición Fotográfica en conmemoración de la “Semana del bienestar en las américas”. Dra. Mirta Roses Periago


    • CSP28/DIV/13
      — Discurso de aceptación de la Directora Electa de la Oficina Sanitaria Panamericana

 

Resoluciones

  • CSP28.R1
    — Admisión de Aruba, Curaçao y San Martín como Miembros Asociados de la Organización Panamericana de la Salud

  • CSP28.R2
    — Estrategia y Plan de acción sobre gestión del conocimiento y comunicaciones

     
  • CSP28.R3
    — Programa ampliado de libros de texto y materiales de instrucción (PALTEX)

  • CSP28.R4
    — Elección de tres Estados Miembros para integrar el Comité Ejecutivo por haber llegado a su término los mandatos de Colombia, San Vicente y las Granadinas y Venezuela (República Bolivariana de)

  • CSP28.R5
    — Elección de tres Miembros para integrar el Comité Asesor del Centro Latinoamericano y del Caribe de Información en Ciencias de la Salud (BIREME)

  • CSP28.R6
    — Método de trabajo de los Cuerpos Directivos: Delegación de funciones al Comité Ejecutivo

  • CSP28.R7
    — Elección del Director de la Oficina Sanitaria Panamericana y propuesta de nombramiento del Director Regional de la Organización Mundial de la Salud para las Américas  

  • CSP28.R8
    — Directora Emérita de la Oficina Sanitaria Panamericana

     
  • CSP28.R9
    — Evaluación e incorporación de tecnologías sanitarias en los sistemas de salud

  • CSP28.R10
    — Política del presupuesto de la OPS

     
  • CSP28.R11
    — Sueldo del Director de la Oficina Sanitaria Panamericana

  • CSP28.R12
    — Modificación del Estatuto del personal de la Oficina Sanitaria Panamericana

  • CSP28.R13
    — Estrategia para la prevención y el control de las enfermedades no transmisibles


  • CSP28.R14
    — Plan de acción para mantener la eliminación del sarampión, la rubéola y el síndrome de rubéola congénita en la Región de las Américas

  • CSP28.R15
    — Protección radiológica y seguridad de las fuentes de radiación: Normas Básicas Internacionales de Seguridad

  • CSP28.R16
    — Uso del excedente de la implementación de las IPSAS en el 2010

  • CSP28.R17
    — Fondo Maestro de Inversiones de Capital

  • CSP28.R18
    — Bioética: hacia la integración de la ética en el ámbito de la salud

  • CSP28.R19
    — Coordinación de la asistencia humanitaria internacional en salud en caso de desastres

  • CSP28.R20
    — Estrategia y Plan de acción para la salud integral de la niñez

 

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La 65.ª Asamblea Mundial de la Salud concluye con nuevas medidas por la salud mundial

2012-05-29 11:40:23

La 65.ª Asamblea Mundial de la Salud se ha clausurado hoy sábado tras adoptarse en ella 21 resoluciones y tres decisiones sobre una amplia gama de temas sanitarios. En los seis días de debates han participado casi 3000 delegados, incluidos ministros de salud...

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Asamblea Mundial de la Salud apoya la agenda de reforma de la OMS

2012-05-24 15:41:37

En la Asamblea Mundial de la Salud los delegados discutieron hoy distintas propuestas para reformar a la Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS) en tres áreas: programas y el establecimiento de prioridades, gobernanza y gerenciamiento. Expresaron un amplio apoyo a la agenda...

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