Our flagship report maps health trends, charts progress towards achieving health
goals and provides an advance base for health policy
This publication introduces the concept of air pollution health risk assessment, describes in broad terms how the health risks of outdoor air pollution and its sources are estimated.
This report aims to demonstrate achievements made in the various proposed action areas, reporting the activities already undertaken and future plans, through presentation of data for the region derived from WHO’s NCD Country Capacity Survey 2013.
This study reviews for the first time the various national practices relating to clinical guidelines in 29 European countries.
Prevention and better control of NCDs will reduce premature death and preventable morbidity and disability, improve quality of life, and help reduce growing health inequalities.
Guidelines for the protection of public health from a number of chemicals commonly present in indoor air which are known for their hazardousness to health and are often found indoors.
The survey was designed to measure the capacity of individual countries to respond to the prevention and control of NCDs.
Insight into policy development in 8 European countries to address the challenge of NCDs, and draw out the main themes to assist policy-makers in formulating their own responses.
Sitges, Spain, 16–18 April 2018
Information about NCDs for every Member State, available as a full report or as individual profiles by country
Baku, Azerbaijan, 12-15 September 2011
Baku, Azerbaijan, 15 September 2011
WHO headquarters, 2012
Environmental burden of disease series, No. 18, 2010
WHO headquarters, 2010: The first report on the worldwide epidemic of cardiovascular diseases, cancer, diabetes and chronic respiratory diseases, along with their risk factors and determinants
WHO headquarters, 2008
WHO headquarters, 2007: Raises awareness of the huge impact of chronic respiratory diseases worldwide, and highlights the risk factors as well as ways to prevent and treat these diseases
WHO headquarters, 2005