Western Pacific Regional framework on rehabilitation
PublisherManila : WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific
The Western Pacific Regional Framework on Rehabilitation was developed to address the current and growing demand for quality rehabilitation services in the Region. Collaboration through this Framework will help countries understand and strengthen rehabilitation within their own contexts. It will also promote sharing of knowledge and experiences, including the enhancement of support of rehabilitation development between well-resourced and less-resourced countries. It encourages countries to assess and determine the level of their rehabilitation services at present, prioritize work over the coming years, and consider a long-term approach to strengthening rehabilitation. It also promotes the strengthening of rehabilitation as part of the continuum of care for all people, including support for the attainment of universal health coverage and the Sustainable Development Goals.
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Regional Committee for the Western Pacific, 032; Regional Committee for the Western Pacific, 032 (Manila : WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific, 1981)
Gov't Doc #: WPR/RC32.R16; WPR/RC32.R16
The work of WHO in the Western Pacific Region, 1 July 1995 - 30 June 1996 : Report of the Regional Director to the Regional Committee for the Western Pacific, forty-seventh session Regional Committee for the Western Pacific, 047 (Manila : WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific, 1996)
Gov't Doc #: WPR/RC47/2
Comité régional du Pacifique occidental, 044 (Manille : Bureau régional de l'OMS pour le Pacifique occidental, 1993)
Gov't Doc #: WPR/RC44/18