WHO/Europe has supported health system development in Estonia since 1991. During the 1990s, it supported health care reform in close collaboration with national authorities and international partners such as the World Bank. WHO is one of the few international agencies with permanent representation in Estonia.
Top storyNew course builds “soft skills” for greater health equity and well-being in policy
On 8–10 June 2016, WHO/Europe held the first "flagship" course on Equity in Health in All Policies (eHiAP). The course is designed to build capacity in the "soft skills" needed to bridge policies and sectors to ensure greater health equity and well-being.
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WHO Country Office, Estonia
Gonsiori str. 29
Tel.: +372 6269 350
Fax: +372 6269 353
Ministry of health
Ministry of Social Affairs
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PublicationsDeveloping and implementing guidelines for health policy and clinical practice in Estonia: interim appraisal of progress More publications
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Life expectancy at birth, in years (as of 2009)
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