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WHO Regional Committee Conference Concludes in Dhaka


The 59th session of Regional Committee for Southeast Asia of the World Health Organisation (WHO) concluded yesterday with a call for stronger commitment and joint endeavours of the member states for better health service delivery in the region.

The resolutions include promoting patient's safety at healthcare institutions, alcohol consumption control policy options in the Southeast Asia, strengthening public health workforce in SEAR countries and regional strategic plan for human resource development, regional initiatives for eradication/elimination of tropical diseases, regional strategy for health promotion, follow-up of sixth global conference on health promotion, public health, innovation essential, health research and intellectual property rights, international trade and health, health information and system development.

High profile delegates, including health ministers from Bhutan, Korea, India, Indonesia, the Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Timor Leste and host Bangladesh, joined the weeklong meeting that adopted 10 important resolutions.

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