Our work

Our work

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The Western Pacific Region is home to almost 1.9 billion people across 37 countries and areas.

WHO is working with governments and partners across the Western Pacific to make this the healthiest and safest Region.


For the future

For the future

A five year vision
for delivering better health
in the Western Pacific Region

Regional priorities 2020-25

In line with the regional vision "For the Future", four priorities must be addressed to reach our goal of making the Western Pacific the safest and healthiest region.


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Regional framework on the future of primary health care in the Western Pacific

Regional Framework on the Future of Primary Health Care (PHC) was adopted by Member States at the seventy-third session of the Regional Committee for the...

WHO disability-inclusive health services training package: a companion to the Disability-inclusive health services toolkit

The WHO Disability-Inclusive Health Services Training Package is a companion to the “WHO Disability-Inclusive Health Services Toolkit: A resource...

Regional action framework for noncommunicable disease prevention and control in the Western Pacific

The Regional Action Framework for Noncommunicable Disease Prevention and Control provides a unified vision of objectives and recommended actions to combat...

Regional framework for the future of mental health in the Western Pacific 2023-2030

Good mental health is integral to the well-being of everyone. Promoting and protecting mental health is also critical to a well-functioning society. The...