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Environment and Health Task Force meeting kicks off national planning in key areas

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A new analysis from WHO/Europe, released on Universal Health Coverage UHC Day alongside a global UHC monitoring report, compares financial protection in Czechia, Estonia and Latvia. It concludes that households in these broadly similar countries experience markedly different levels of financial hardship when using health services.

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Important statements of or about WHO policy in the European Region

Putting peoples health needs first Spain makes strides towards patientcentred care

Third summer school on pharmaceutical pricing and reimbursement policies

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Improving quality of care and prevention of drugresistant TB in eastern Europe and central Asia

Highlevel regional meeting Health Systems Respond to NCDs

European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies

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Health response to the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine

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