Our flagship report maps health trends, charts progress towards achieving health
goals and provides an advance base for health policy
Guidelines for country assessments to identify health system challenges to and opportunities for improving outcomes for noncommunicable diseases. The guide outlines a five-step process to arrive at policy-relevant and contextualized conclusions.
This report examines the opportunities and challenges for Armenia to accelerate improvement in cardiovascular and diabetes outcomes.
Belarus has given priority to health, as evidenced by the relatively high public allocations to health and Belarus has managed to maintain good financial protection for its citizens.
In Croatia, noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) account for 93% of all deaths. They affect mainly the population of working age, with an 18% probability of premature mortality from four leading NCDs.
Outcomes of noncommunicable diseases have been improving and Estonia is closing the gap with other EU countries.
This report reviews health system challenges and opportunities in Hungary to scale up core services for the prevention, early diagnosis and management of diabetes.
Cardiovascular mortality in Kyrgyzstan has decreased over the past 7 years in part due to impressive health system reforms. However, moving towards the 25 by 25 targets and addressing the sizeable gender gap in premature mortality present a significant challenge.
This report examines the challenges and opportunities faced in the Republic of Moldova in order to accelerate improvement in NCD outcomes.
Cardiovascular diseases are the predominant cause of death in Tajikistan, with a growing burden of ischemic heart disease, strokes and cirrhosis between 1990 and 2010.
We have reviewed the health system challenges and opportunities in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia for improving core services for the prevention, early diagnosis and management of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs).
This report takes stock of Turkey’s achievements and challenges on how to accelerate improvement in NCD outcomes.