Technical Guidelines on WSP Implementation for Water Supply Operators

Safe water is indispensable for life and all the water supply systems should deliver safe water to the consumers. Environmental pollution and other manmade and natural activities pose risk to safety of water that needs to be controlled at all stages of a water supply system like collection from source, treatment, storage, distribution and use. This can be achieved through implementation of water safety plan and water supply operators have vast responsibilities in this regard....

Let Us Know: HOW TO KEEP WATER SAFE

The extent of drinking water safety depends on the source water quality as well as operation and maintenance of the technologies used to fetch water. Diseases causing pathogens and other contamination may often come in contact with the water that we drink due to negligence. Hence, necessary measures are required to prevent contamination of water at each steps of a water supply system. Water Safety Plan is the means of keeping water safe from source to point of consumption ...

Guidelines for Implementation of Water Safety Plan, For Hospital and Clinic

Patients go to hospital or clinic where they wait for treatment and often need to be admitted. Here lot of patients and other visiting people drink water directly from the water supply system of the hospital or clinic. However, the supply water at hospital or clinic is often not monitored for contamination and people become infected with new diseases by drinking this water. Hence, the authority of such healthcare facilities needs to check the water for contamination regularly. In addition to knowing the risks of contamination, they also should know how to control the risk to keep water safe....

Human Resources for Health Country Profile Bangladesh

Human Resources Management (HRM) Unit of Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MOHFW) updated and published the HRH Country Profile Bangladesh 2013 for the first time in support of WHO BAN HRH Programme. Development of HRH Country profile was an attempt for establishment of national level HRH observatory to facilitate production, sharing and use of quantitative and qualitative information on HRH in order to support the development and implementation of related policies and plans. The profile has seven chapters i.e. introduction and methodology, country context, country health systems, health workforce situation, health workforce production, utilization and governance.

New Publications

Recent publications

WHO Collaboration in Bangladesh: Biennial Report 2008-2009

The WHO Biennial Report 2008-2009 outlines and describes the work of the World Health Organization in Bangladesh during the biennium 2008-2009. It provides information on major activities carried out under the WHO Collaborative Programmes in Bangladesh. This report is an attempt to document the tangible contributions that the WHO Country Office for Bangladesh has made towards health and development in the country. These contributions would not have been possible without the commitment and support provided by Government counterparts, and other professionals within the public and private sectors, including those in academia, research institutes, professional organizations, the civil society and nongovernmental organization.


Journal Publications

Resources

Bulletin of the World Health Organization

To publish and disseminate scientifically rigorous public health information of international significance that enables policy-makers, researchers and practitioners to be more effective and improves health, particularly among disadvantaged populations. An electronic version can be downloaded free of charge.

The World Health Report

Annual report with an expert assessment of global health including statistics. Focuses on a particular theme every year

World Health Statistics 2016

The World Health Statistics series is WHO’s annual compilation of health statistics for its 194 Member States. World Health Statistics 2016 focuses on the proposed health and health-related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and associated targets. It represents an initial effort to bring together available data on SDG health and health-related indicators. In the current absence of official goal-level indicators, summary measures of health such as (healthy) life expectancy are used to provide a general assessment of the situation.

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World Health Organization, Bangladesh
Address: Country Office for Bangladesh,
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Dhaka-1212,
Bangladesh PO Box: 250.
Tel: 88 0960 40 27200 (Hunting) or 880 2 883 1415 (Hunting)
Fax: (880 2) 8831423
Email: sebanregistry@who.int
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