The Sustainable Health Agenda for the Americas 2018-2030: A Call to Action for Health and Wellbeing in the Americas (CSP29/6) represents the health sector response to commitments endorsed by PAHO Member States in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development together with unfinished business from the Millennium Development Goals and the Health Agenda for the Americas 2008-2017 and emerging regional public health challenges. It is operationalized through PAHO's strategic plans and strategies, as well as through subregional and national health plans.

The Sustainable Health Agenda for the Americas 2018-2030 (SHAA2030) is a framework that reflects the highest level of strategic planning and policy for health in the Americas. It is a call for collective action to achieve higher levels of health and well-being within the new regional and global context. The Agenda is approved by the Pan American Sanitary Conference, the highest authority of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), representing all the countries of the Western Hemisphere.

The SHAA2030 represents the health sector response to commitments made by the countries in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, unfinished business from the Millennium Development Goals and the Health Agenda for the Americas 2008-2017, as well as future and emerging regional public health challenges. It will be implemented through the PAHO Strategic Plans and strategies, as well as through subregional and national health plans.

The Sustainable Health Agenda for the Americas 2018-2030: A Call to Action for Health and Wellbeing in the Americas  (CSP29/6) represents the health sector response to commitments endorsed by PAHO Member States in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development together with unfinished business from the Millennium Development Goals and the Health Agenda for the Americas 2008-2017 and emerging regional public health challenges. It is operationalized through PAHO's strategic plans and strategies, as well as through subregional and national health plans.