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The pages linked to below contain links to WHO projects, initiatives, activities, information products, and contacts, organized by health and development topics.


        

A

 

F

 

M

 

R

 
 Accidents Female genital mutilation Malaria Rabies
 Adolescent health Food safety Marburg haemorrhagic fever Rehabilitation
 Ageing   Maternal health Research policy
 Alcohol   Measles Rift Valley fever
 Anthrax

G

  Meningococcal meningitis

S

 

B

  Gender Mental health Sanitation
 Blood safety Guinea-worm disease (Dracunculiasis)   Schistosomiasis (Bilharzia)
 Buruli ulcer  

N

  Sexually transmitted infections

 

    Neglected tropical diseases Sickle cell disease

C

 

H

  Newborn Smallpox
 Cancer Health financing Noma Substance abuse
 Cardiovascular diseases Health information systems

 

Noncommunicable diseases  
 Chikungunya

 

Health policy Nutrition

T

 
 Child health Health promotion   Tetanus
 Cholera Health workforce

O

  Tobacco
 Chronic respiratory diseases Helminthiasis

 

Obesity Trachoma
 Communicable diseases Hepatitis

 

Onchocerciasis Traditional medicine
 Contraception / Family planning

 

HIV/AIDS

 

Oral health Trypanosomiasis, African
 Crimean Congo haemorrhagic fever  

 

Organ donation and transplantation Tuberculosis

D

 

I

 

P

  Typhoid fever
 Dengue Immunization Patient safety

U

 
 Diabetes Injuries

 

Physical activity Universal health coverage
 Disabilities Integrated disease surveillance Polio

V

 
 Disease outbreaks

 

Integrated Disease Surveillance and Response Framework Poverty Violence

E

  International Health Regulations Pregnancy Viral haemorrhagic fever
 Ear health   Preterm birth  
 Ebola virus disease

L

  Public health surveillance

W

 

 

eHealth Laboratories technology  

 

Water

Emergencies Lassa fever   Women’s health
 Environmental health Leishmaniasis    
 Essential medicines Leprosy  

Y

 
 Ethics Lymphatic filariasis   Yellow fever
 Expanded Special Project for Elimination of NTDs     

 Z

 
 Eye health     

 

 Zika virus