Andorra

The Government of Andorra signed its first biennial collaborative agreement for 2006–2007 and since then, has relied on the support and expertise of WHO in implementing public health programmes in the country. The current 2012–2013 biennial collaborative agreement focuses on financial, primary health care, human resources and health information systems aspects of the health system in Andorra.

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Health needs top priority after Albania’s devastating quake

During the evening of November 25, Piro, a young architect from Tirana, Albania, had just finished setting up the Christmas tree at his home. "I fixed it firmly so it could survive an earthquake," he joked with his fiancée. A few hours later, just before dawn, a massive jolt shook their building. The strong 6.4 magnitude earthquake that struck Western Albania lasted for nearly 30 seconds.

Ministry of health

Ministry of Health
Edifici Clara Rabassa
Av. Príncep Benlloch, 30, 4t
Andorre-la-Vieille AD500
Tel.: (+376) 87 4 808, (+376) 874 800
Fax: +376 829 347
http://www.salut.ad

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Estimated life expectancy at birth (as of 2009)


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Small countries initiative

WHO established the small countries initiative so that countries in the WHO European Region with a population of less than 1 million people can share their knowledge on implementing Health 2020

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