Cambodia–WHO Country Cooperation Strategy 2016–2020. WHO, Regional Office for the Western Pacific. (2016)


A Country Cooperation Strategy (CCS) provides a medium-term strategic vision for World Health Organization (WHO) cooperation with a particular Member State in support of that country’s national health policies, strategies and plans. WHO in consultation with the Government of Cambodia has drafted this Cambodia–WHO Country Cooperation Strategy 2016–2020 in parallel with the process of development of the Government’s Third Health Strategic Plan 2016–2020 (HSP3). The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the United Nations Development Assistance Framework 2016–2018 for Cambodia helped shape discussions among Government officials, WHO and other health partners.


Keywords: Cambodia, MDG, SDG, HIV, TB, expenditure


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