The role of Thalassemia International Federation in the promotion, of global, regional and national policy of control of hemoglobin disorders: a brief overview

Abstract

Improving global health remains the target of many international, regional and national official health bodies struggling to coordinate limited economic and human resources in order to ensure equal access of all to quality healthcare.
The collective work of the nations focusing on health is mainly coordinated through the United Nations (UN), through its official agency, the World Health Organization (WHO) headquarters, its regional offices and its collaborating centers. In this context, WHO maintains a central role in promoting global health and advancing several health priorities on the national, regional and global level, by directing or coordinating international health projects, promoting health policies and providing technical assistance to different countries.

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2014-09-29
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TIF's role in promoting global control of hemoglobinopathies
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Thalassemia International Federation
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Eleftheriou, A. (2014). The role of Thalassemia International Federation in the promotion, of global, regional and national policy of control of hemoglobin disorders: a brief overview. Thalassemia Reports, 4(2). https://doi.org/10.4081/thal.2014.1963