Country Cooperation Strategy (CCS) WHO - Belgium 2016-2022





It is the first time that Belgium and the World Health Organization sign a Country Cooperation Strategy (CCS). The CCS is a medium-term strategic framework for cooperation among both partners and outlines a shared agenda with priority areas of work for six years.

The CCS is structured around 5 chapters. After the introduction, chapter 2 makes an assessment of the public health status and health system in Belgium, while chapter 3 describes the development cooperation and contribution of Belgium to global health, as well as the collaboration between Belgium and WHO in the past years. Chapter 4 outlines the strategic agenda for cooperation between Belgium and WHO, and provides details on the areas of collaboration between both partners. Finally, chapter 6 describes the monitoring and evaluation process for the implementation of the strategy.