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Addressing Diseases of Poverty: An Initiative to Reduce the Unacceptable Burden of Neglected Tropical Diseases in the Asia Pacific Region
Neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) elimination and control efforts are recognized as one of the most cost-effective interventions in global health today. In addition to preventing and reducing disease and disability, NTD elimination and control efforts help maximize the impact of cross-sectoral programs. These programs include education, water and sanitation, food safety, nutrition and climate change adaptation. This publication underscores the importance of tackling NTDs in order to help alleviate suffering, reduce poverty and ensure the continued social and economic growth of the region.
WHO Guidelines for Screening and Treatment of Precancerous Lesions for Cervical Cancer Prevention
This guideline provides recommendations for strategies for a screen-and-treat program. It builds upon the existing WHO guidelines: Use of cryotherapy for cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (published in 2011) and on the new WHO guidelines for treatment of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia and glandular adenocarcinoma in situ (being published concomitantly with these present guidelines). This guideline is intended primarily for policy-makers, managers, programme officers, and other professionals in the health sector who have responsibility for choosing strategies for cervical cancer prevention, at country, regional and district levels.
International Pharmacopoeia. Fourth Edition 2014. Including First, Second,Third and Fourth Supplements (CD-ROM)

The International Pharmacopoeia includes a collection of recommended procedures for analysis and specifications for the determination of pharmaceutical substances, excipients and dosage forms intended to serve as source material for reference or adaptation by any World Health Organization (WHO) Member State wishing to establish pharmacopoeial requirements. The pharmacopoeia, or any part of it, shall have legal status, whenever a national or regional authority expressly introduces it into legislation.

Quality Assurance of Pharmaceuticals - WHO Guidelines, Related Guidance and GXP Training Materials

More than 75 relevant international guidelines, standards and good practices endorsed by the Committee are reproduced in this volume, providing guidance covering all aspects of quality assurance including good manufacturing practices (GMP). This CD-ROM also includes a study pack with a huge set of training materials reflecting the various GXP texts, good practices for manufacturing and quality control.

From Malaria Control to Malaria Elimination - A Manual for Elimination Scenario Planning

The main purpose of this manual is to raise awareness of the sorts of technical, operational, and financial resources that would be required to reduce and eventually eliminate malaria, the timelines over which such reductions are likely to be achieved, and how they can be sustained. This knowledge is essential in order to plan strategically for long-term success. More detailed, context-specific planning will be an important next step after working through the general approach set out in the document.

WHO Recommendations for Augmentation of Labour

The goal of the present guideline is to consolidate the guidance for effective interventions that are needed to reduce the global burden of prolonged labour and its consequences. The primary target audience includes health professionals responsible for developing national and local health protocols and policies, as well as obstetricians, midwives, nurses, general medical practitioners, managers of maternal and child health programs, and public health policy-makers in all settings.

Progress on Drinking Water and Sanitation 2014 Update
This 2014 update report of the WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation, known as the JMP, is split in three sections. The first section presents the status of and trends in access to improved drinking water sources and sanitation. The second section provides a snapshot of inequalities in access to improved drinking water sources and sanitation. The final section presents efforts to strengthen monitoring of access to safe drinking water and sanitation services under a post-2015 development agenda, as well as the challenges associated with these efforts. Annexes at the back of the report provide supplementary information on the JMP method, MDG regional groupings, data, tables and trend figures.
Nurses and Midwives in Action During Emergencies and Disasters Case Studies from the Western Pacific Region
In times of emergencies and disasters, nurses and midwives are also relied on to respond to situation by providing immediate, acute and long-term care to individuals, families and communities. Nursing and midwifery leaders from countries in the Western Pacific were invited to share their experiences in preparing for and responding to emergencies and disasters in their countries or abroad. This publication presents fifteen selected case studies which highlights the multitude of roles and contributions of nurses in different settings, in times of emergencies and disasters, and the analysis of community, health system and nursing and midwifery needs during times of ongoing health threats and disasters.

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