Building Regional capacity in global health: The role of the south-eastern Europe health network



The SEEHN is a government public health network of 10 member countries with established long-term partnerships with partner countries and intergovernmental and nongovernmental organizations. Existing for over a decade, the SEEHN's role has evolved from fostering peace and reconciliation and protecting the most vulnerable populations in south-eastern Europe in its early years to a sustained public health partnership that increasingly helps to shape public health agendas in the WHO European Region.