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China - Disease Prevention Project : program implementation plan (Inglês)

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Detalhes

  • Autor

    China,Andreea-Mirela

  • Data do documento

    1995/05/22

  • TIpo de documento

    Plano de implementação do projeto

  • No. do relatório

    19122

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    China,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Disclosure Status

    Eligible for Disclosure

  • Nome do documento

    China - Disease Prevention Project : program implementation plan

  • Palavras-chave

    women of child-bearing age;Health Promotion;Information, Education and Communication;cold chain;maternal and child health;data collection and analysis;access to health facility;national plan of action;disease prevention and control;cost of medical care;Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease;Health Education and Training;provision of counterpart funding;number of new cases;cold chain equipment;vaccine preventable disease;health promotion program;provision of equipment;human resource development;health promotion activities;health promotion activity;needle and syringe;infectious disease prevention;hepatitis b vaccine;high immunization coverage;Special Drawing Right;hepatitis b virus;foreign technical assistance;health promotion skills;std surveillance;infant mortality rate;primary health care;basic technical skill;local health authorities;health education institutes;neonatal tetanus elimination;health education material;health child;health promotion policies;cost of training;health education activities;health for all;coronary heart disease;public health finance;health financing system;health promotion strategies;implementation of policies;Science and Technology;chronic liver disease;Sexually Transmitted Disease;health service institutions;Accounts and Audit;age of population;foreign exchange risk;immunization of child;data transmission equipment;demand of good;chronic disease prevention;poor health status;access to hospital;quality of vaccine;health financing reform;average life expectancy;mass immunization campaigns;coverage of immunization;reimbursement of expenditures;healthy life style;preventive health care;finance of immunization;public health service;behavioral risk factor;health education institutions;loss of work;debt service period;delivery of good;community based intervention;communicable chronic disease;illness and disability;rural health worker;contaminated injection equipment;transmission of hiv;immunization service delivery;provincial level staff;cost of evaluation;routine immunization coverage;cost equipment;routine immunization services;preventive health services;sparsely populated areas;cost of equipment;people in poverty;Rural Health Care;Health Workers;rural area;surveillance system;overseas training;overseas study;mass media;epidemic prevention;project costing;mortality surveillance;preventive care;live birth;local training;civil works;health expenditure;equipment list;immunization status;health department;village levels;health prevention;child immunization;train activity;national immunization;vaccine-preventable disease;Disease Surveillance;city government;reporting system;social mobilization;credit proceeds;sample survey;fund raising;std prevention;vaccine storage;health agencies;appraisal mission;preventive service;equipment cost;refrigerated vehicle;long-term training;vaccination service;regular supervision;poliomyelitis eradication;government health;remote area;medical cost;safe injection;epidemiological surveillance;health statistics;measles control;Health Economics;management skill;high mortality;sector analysis;situation analysis;baseline survey;local expenditure;Tobacco Control;medical workers;technical department;local costs;vaccination campaign;measles cases;immunization rate;childbearing women;immunization activity;local situation;certificate system;financing plan;contract system;Financing plans;health station;separate account;provincial plan;physical activity;death causes;financing mechanism;health budget;health resource;floating population;population group;field visits;price quotation;national poverty;vaccine carriers;external expert;age population;initial deposit;random sample;retroactive financing;system requirement;vaccine use;prevention services;measles vaccine;import good;local reality;credit disbursement;alcohol drinking;birth registration;immunization records;project impact;minority areas;disease pattern;childbearing age;operational research;drug abuse;preventive measure

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