The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

The WHO Country Office, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia was established in January 1996 in Skopje to support the national health system with sound technical advice and expertise. The Office is the focal point for WHO activities. It consists of 9 staff members include experts in the fields of violence and health, HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted diseases and disaster preparedness and response with climate change and health.

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Public health advice issued following flash floods in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

Intense rainfall in Skopje and surrounding areas in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia on 6 August 2016 caused flash floods and landslides that have led to at least 21 deaths. About 2000 people were evacuated, and 500 received medical assistance.

WHO/Europe offices

WHO Country Office, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
Drezdenska 22
Skopje 1000
Tel.: +389 2 3064 599, +389 2 3064 299
Fax: +389 2 3063 710

Ministry of health

Ministry of Health
50 Divizija' No. 14
Skopje 1000
Tel.: +389 2 3112500
Fax: +389 2 3113014
http://zdravstvo.gov.mk

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% of population aged 0-14 years (as of 2010 )


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