Health in the Sustainable Development Goals: where we are now in the South-East Asia Region? What next?

World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia, August 2016

83 pp. 4.5 MB
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Part 1 of this document presents a regional snapshot of ‘where we are now’ in the South-East Asia Region in terms of overall health status; of universal health coverage, and – given the  Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) focus on leaving no-one behind – of equity. It discusses ‘what next?’ in terms of opportunities, emerging priorities and actions being taken in the Region. Part 2 provides more detail on individual SDG health and health-related targets, from a regional perspective. Part 3 presents individual South-East Asia Region (SEAR) country profiles that contain data on a set of SDG health and health-related targets.

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