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Intersectoral linkages and health development

Intersectoral linkages and health development

case studies in India (Kerala State), Jamaica, Norway, Sri Lanka, and Thailand

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Published by World Health Organization, WHO Publications Centre, USA, distributor] in Geneva, [Albany, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Public health -- Case studies.,
  • Public health -- Economic aspects -- Case studies.,
  • Health planning -- Case studies.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 53.

    Statementedited by Godfrey Gunatilleke.
    SeriesWHO offset publication ;, no. 83
    ContributionsGunatilleke, Godfrey., World Health Organization.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA418 .I555 1984
    The Physical Object
    Pagination53 p. :
    Number of Pages53
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2591090M
    LC Control Number85143388

    Challenges, Intersectoral Linkages and Response Measures UNCTAD, November Summary 1- Key trends in the Tourism sectors of SIDS 2- Underscore the strategic economy importance of tourism for SIDS 3- Linkages to the transport sector 4- Integrated policy of interdependance between transport, travel and tourismFile Size: KB. This paper represents the first phase of a Canadian initiative on intersectoral action for health and provides an overview of approaches to intersectoral action at the global, sub-regional, national, sub-national, and community levels. It is intended to contribute to the World Health Organisation's Commission on Social Determinants of Health (SDH)and is the result of collaboration between.

      INTRODUCTION. Intersectoral collaboration, defined as the participation of various actors, is an essential subject of recent research and intervention in public health [].Intersectoral collaboration is important because the complexity of health determinants makes it difficult for one institution to deal with all public health problems [].In addition, it has been Cited by: 9. CONTRIBUTION TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Vijayaratnam Subramaniam University of Kentucky, [email protected] Right click to open a feedback form in a new tab to let us know how this document benefits you. Recommended Citation Subramaniam, Vijayaratnam, "AGRICULTURAL INTERSECTORAL LINKAGES AND THEIR CONTRIBUTION TO .

    The National Leprosy Eradication Programme (NLEP) Leprosy is a disease of public health concern in India. Current prevalence is /10, One of the key outcomes in NRHM is to eliminate Leprosy. Under NRHM, the strategies drawn up under the second National Leprosy Elimination Project are to be continued. The five key components include: Decentralization . Managing Intersectoral Action for Health and Development: Lessons from Slovenia Peter Beznec Centre for Health and Development Murska Sobota Working together for health equity, Vilnius, Lithuania,


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BACKGROUND. Intersectoral collaboration between the health and education sectors in Australia has a long history. School-based immunization and dental services have been provided in some form since the s, and more formal school-based programmes were introduced in the s (Biggs, ; Ward et al., ).In the s, the focus of school Cited by: 7.

Get this from a library. Intersectoral linkages and health development: case studies in India (Kerala State), Jamaica, Norway, Sri Lanka, and Thailand. [Godfrey. 4. Primary Health Care, Millennium Development Goals and Intersectoral Collaboration.

The MDGs include the reduction of child death, improvement in maternal health, and combating HIV/AIDS, malaria and other major diseases. These all call for well-functioning health systems, but are highly dependent on inputs from other by: Public health professionals, health promotion specialists, and anyone working in the many fields of public policy will engage with the issues raised in this book."--BOOK Author: Nicholas Freudenberg.

Many local governments around the world promote health through intersectoral action, but to date there has been little systematic evidence of these experiences. To bridge this gap, the World Health Organization Centre for Health Development conducted a study in – on intersectoral action for health (ISA) at local government by: Global Development Goals and Linkages to Health and Sustainability is the summary of a public three-part webinar series hosted by the Global Environmental Health and Sustainable Development Innovation Collaborative between October and December, Experts within the fields of environmental and global health and members of government.

Intersectoral linkages vary by field. The overall frequency of linkages is similar across fields of study despite differences in the frequency of linkages with specific sectors (Figure 5). The health sector most frequently forges linkages with the academic sector, but those projects are generally less likely to develop intersectoral linkages.

an opportunity to compare and contrast intersectoral community action for health in four very different contexts. Differences included the size and type of the target population, cultural diversity, geographical location and spread, and the history of community, iwi and hapū development and health action.

Health in Sustainable Development Planning: The Role of Indicators 4 Action Planning Implementation, Monitoring, Evaluation and Feedback 7.

Framework for Linkages between Health, Environment and Development Development of Frameworks Driving Forces Pressures State Exposures Health Effects Actions 8.

of health: Evidence and implications for public health Review on which this evidence summary is based: National Collaborating Centre for Determinants of Health (). Assessing the impact and effectiveness of intersectoral action on the social determinants of health and health equity: An expedited systematic review.

Antigonish, NS: National. The article reviews the evolution and process of City Health Development Planning (CHDP) in municipalities participating in the European Network of Healthy Cities organized by the European Region of the World Health Organization. The concept of CHDP combines elements from three theoretical domains: (a) health development, (b) city governance, and (c) urban Cited by: 8.

2 DK - CRC Intersectoral Collaboration: what are the factors that contribute to success. Intersectoral collaboration can be initiated by communities, by service providers or by government. Each of these approaches has implications for levels and types of Size: KB.

Cooperation between the PHN and public school teacher Intersectoral linkages refer to working relationships between the health sector and other sectors involved in community development. “Health disparities” are “differences in the presence of disease, health outcomes, or access to health care between population groups” (Center for Health Equity and Social Justice, n.d.); “health inequities” are differences in health “that are a result of systemic, avoidable and unjust social and economic policies and practices Cited by: INTERSECTORAL GOVERNANCE FOR HEALTH IN ALL POLICIES STRUCTURES, ACTIONS AND EXPERIENCES Many of the policies and programmes that affect health originate outside the health sector.

Governments need, therefore, to address population health using a strategy or policy principle that fosters intersectoral Size: 1MB.

Many strategic challenges impeding the success of primary health care are rooted in weak strategic inputs, including intersectoral collaboration. Some encouraging evidence from programmes, projects, and studies suggests that intersectoral collaboration is feasible and useful.

The strategy has the potential to fast-track the attainment of Millenium Development by: V. Subramaniam, "Agricultural intersectoral linkages and their contribution to economic development" University of Kentucky Doctoral Dissertations, Paper[24] A. Onakoya, "Foreign Direct Investments and Economic Growth in Nigeria: A Disaggregated Sector Analysis," Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, vol.

3(10), pp A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Intersectoral Action on Health.

Live in fragments no longer. Only connect. —E.M. Forster, () The health of a nation is shaped by more than medical care, or by the choices that individuals make to maintain their health, such as quitting cigarette smoking or.

World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) joined forces at the World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) to launch the Health and Environment Linkages Initiative (HELI).

Sponsored by the Govern-ment of Canada and supported by the United States Environment Protection Agency, theFile Size: 2MB. Center for Indian Country Development Opportunity & Inclusive Growth Institute What We Do Monetary Policy Misallocation and Intersectoral Linkages Share. Facebook LinkedIn Twitter.

Health versus Wealth: On the Distributional Effects of Controlling a Pandemic.Child and Adolescent Health and Development. Disease Control Priorities. Receive Our Newsletter. Intersectoral Policy Priorities for Health Authors: David Watkins, Rachel Nugent, Gavin Yamey, Helen Saxenian, Charles Mock, Eduardo Gonzalez-Pier, Prabhat Jha, Ala Alwan, Dean Jamison “Intersectoral Policy Priorities for Health.The first chapter shows how a concern with equity in the distribution of health services operates as the unifying theme for a policy of intersectoral collaboration.

Basic principles are then applied to conditions in three sectors where linkages to health have been clearly demonstrated in a wide variety of situations.