The South-eastern Europe Health Network (SEEHN) joins the global efforts in managing changes of their health systems performance to end tuberculosis, particularly in the South Eastern European countries.
In the context of the World TB Day, celebrated on 24 March 2017, the SEEHN will have a meeting organized by WHO Regional Office for Europe on “Managing Change in Health System Related to Key Communicable Diseases”. This pre-Forum event will be held on 2 April 2017 in Chisinau, Republic of Moldova prior to the Fourth SEE Health Ministerial Forum “Health, well-being and prosperity in South-eastern Europe by 2030 in the context of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development”.
The event has the aim to stress the importance TB control and its decrease in the region. It is an excellent opportunity to discuss with the key stakeholders of the SEE countries the present approaches and strategies on how to improve the communicable disease response through health system strengthening. Health services financing, new model of services delivery and new approaches to strategic planning of the human resources are among critical elements of the systems that may be reformed. Sustainability and self-reliance are the key focuses in the coming years.
The WHO Europe TB profiles are specific for each country. They vary throughout the SEE countries. Detailed information might be downloaded following the links:
Bosnia and Herzegovina:
Republic of Moldova: