Dr Hans Kluge, WHO Regional Director for Europe, opening speech shows a realistic and welcome…

Acknowledging the key leadership and extraordinary commitment of the Regional Director Dr. Hans Kluge targeting the…

In his intervention, on behalf of the Network, the Romanian Presidency of the SEEHN reflected…

The 70th meeting of the WHO Regional Committee for Europe is taking place virtually this…

“SEEHN MEMBER STATES RESPONSE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND IMMUNIZATION AS ONE OF THE CORE…

June 30,2020 SEEHN Secretariat today hosted virtually a meeting with the State Secretary, Ministry of…

World Blood Donor Day is an event at international level celebrated every year on 14…

South Eastern Europe Health Network (SEEHN) celebrates the # No Tobacco Day to raise awareness…

SEE Health Network joins the celebration of the European Week Against Cancer to highlight the…

SEE Health Network extends the sincerest gratitude and appreciation to the nurses and midwives for…

  • Check Point: SEEHN health stories

    Ammunition explosion causes chain of blood donations On March 15, 2008, beginning as a quiet day in the village of Gerdec, just miles away from Tirana, Albania, an unfortunate chain of events led to massive explosion of an old ex-military ammunition stockpile going up at once. On the ground, there was no exact information on…

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    33rd SEEHN Meeting,
    26-27 June, 2014,
    Bucharest, Romania

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Inter-country SEEHN Communication Workshop, Skopje, April 24-25, 2014

The Inter-country workshop is organized for national health coordinators of the Member states and Executive Committee members, to review and discuss the modalities of the current communication, discuss and provide feedback on the proposed draft-versions of the Communication Strategy and related products, including web site and newsletter, and to provide feedback for finalization of the Communication Strategy and related products, preparing them for the discussion at the 33rd SEEHN Plenary Meeting, to be held in Bucharest, Romania in June 2014.

SEEHN publications published on RCC website

Cooperation of SEEHN with RCC furthered through increased outreach of SEEHN products and publications

http://www.rcc.int/pages/71/job-growth

South East Europe 2020 Strategy adopted

The goal of the South East Europe (SEE) 2020 strategy of the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC), is to improve living conditions in the region and bring competitiveness and development back in focus, closely following the vision of the EU strategy Europe 2020. It stresses out the shared vision of the SEE economies to open up to 1 million new jobs by 2020, by enabling employment growth from 39% to 44%, increase of total regional trade turnover by more than double from 94 to 210 billion euro, the rise of the region’s GDP per capita from current 36% to 44% of the EU average, and the addition of 300,000 highly qualified people to the workforce.
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