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Dr Matshidiso Moeti

dr-m-moetiDr Matshidiso Moeti from Botswana is the first woman WHO Regional Director for Africa. She aims to build a responsive, effective and result-driven regional secretariat that can advance efforts towards universal health coverage and accelerate progress toward global development goals, while tackling emerging threats. Strong partnerships will underpin every aspect of the Regional Office's work during her tenure.

Dr Moeti is a public health veteran, with more than 35 years of national and international experience. 

The Work of WHO in the African Region, 2015-2016, Report of the Regional Director

rds-report-15-16The Regional Director is pleased to present this report on the work of WHO in the African Region for the period October 2015 to June 2016. The report outlines the significant achievements made under the six categories in the 12th General Programme of Work in supporting Member States in the African Region in health development.

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The Work of WHO in the African Region, 2015-2016, Report of the Regional Director

rds-report-15-16The Regional Director is pleased to present this report on the work of WHO in the African Region for the period October 2015 to June 2016. The report outlines the significant achievements made under the six categories in the 12th General Programme of Work in supporting Member States in the African Region in health development.

 
The Africa Health Transformation Programme 2015-2020: A vision for universal health coverage

The Africa Health Transformation Programme 2020 - A Vision for Universal Health CoverageThis document outlines the five-year (2015–2020) health transformation programme of the WHO Regional Office for Africa – a vision for universal health coverage. With Africa rising, there is an opportunity and a responsibility for WHO to play a transformational role in the Region’s once-in-a-generation opportunity to change the future through strengthened health security and the achievement of the newly launched Sustainable Development Goals.

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