WHO Identifies Health Concerns In South-East Asia

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WHO's Member countries in South East Asia bear a disproportionate disease burden. Health Ministers from the 11 countries and WHO experts will meet to discuss key health issues confronting the Region.


The Ministers of Health will deliberate on issues such as international health security and climate change and health.

This annual meeting of the Health Ministers provides a forum to exchange national experiences on the social, political and economic dimensions of health. The meeting enables the ministers to explore and identify new avenues for further intercountry dialogue in health and health-related fields.

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