Strategic Action for Health in Small Island Developing States

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World Health Organization (WHO) published this video item, entitled “Strategic Action for Health in Small Island Developing States” – below is their description.

WHO is hosting the first global gathering of leaders focusing exclusively on health in Small Island Developing States, or SIDS. The SIDS Summit for Health brings together SIDS heads of states, ministers of health and others to discuss the urgent health challenges and needs they face. It will help amplify SIDS voices, promote collaborative action and strengthen health and development partnerships and financing.

More information on the WHO Strategic Action in Small Island Developing States can be found here: https://www.who.int/initiatives/strategic-actions-in-small-island-developing-states

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