Health systems governance

The Health Systems Governance Programme supports Member States to strengthen their capacity to steer their health systems. This system’s function enables to define, lead and implement policies in health service delivery, health financing and resource generation, while responding to health priorities and reflecting own goals and values. In fact, strengthening governance at the policy, planning, purchasing and provision levels boosts rapid changes in the service delivery culture.

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Detection and effective treatment of childhood TB in Kyrgyzstan and development of national TB programme

A team of WHO experts visited Kyrgyzstan on 8–11 August 2016 to provide technical assistance in the adaptation and scale up of new recommendations on fixed-dose combinations for the treatment of tuberculosis (TB) in children, issued by WHO in March 2016.