The Country Cooperation Strategy (CCS) reflects a medium-term vision of the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization for its cooperation with a given country and defines a strategic framework for working with that country. The time frame is generally 4-6 years.

The CCS constitutes a framework for PAHO/WHO cooperation in and with the country concerned, highlighting what PAHO/WHO will do, how it will do it and with whom. It clarifies the proposed roles and functions of PAHO/WHO in supporting National Health Development.

CCS in the Region of the Americas

Country
Period of Current CCS
Previous CCSs
Argentina
pdf 2017-2021
Aruba
2014-2017
Draft document being reviewed by new ministerial authorities; possibility of being finalized and signed in 2015
Bahamas
2010-2015
 
Barbados/Eastern Caribbean Countries
pdf 2006-2009
Belize
pdf 2008-2011
Bolivia
pdf 2011-2015
2003-2007
2006-2010
Brazil
 
pdf 2008-2012
Chile
 
2008-2012
Colombia
 
2006-2010
Costa Rica
2016-2019
2004-2010
Cuba
pdf 2012-2015  Extended to 2017
2008-2010
Curaçao
 
 
Dominican Republic
pdf 2013-2017
2007-2011
Ecuador
 
pdf 2010-2014
El Salvador
2017-2020 2012-2015
Guatemala
pdf 2013-2017
2006-2010
Guyana
2016-2020
Haiti
 
 
Honduras
pdf 2006-2010
Jamaica
2017-2022
Mexico
pdf 2015-2018
2005-2009
Nicaragua
2000-2004
2004-2008
Panama
pdf 2014-2017
2007-2011
Paraguay
 
pdf 2010-2013/14
Peru
pdf 2014-2019
2010-2014
Puerto Rico
 
Process not completed, document still draft
Sint Maarten
2015-2019
Proposed 2014-2017
Suriname
pdf 2012-2016  Extended to 2017
 
Trinidad and Tobago
2017-2021 pdf 2006-2009
UKOTs:
  Anguilla
  Bermuda
  BVI
  Cayman Islands
  Montserrat
  Turks and Caicos
Negotiation for CCS has begun
Uruguay
2017-2021
Venezuela
 
2002-2006