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The Country Cooperation Strategy (CCS) is a document to guide WHO’s work in countries. CCS is a medium-term vision for WHO’s technical cooperation with a given Member State, and supports the country's national health policy, strategy or plan. The CCS time frame is flexible to align with national cycles and processes. It is the basis for aligning WHO’s collaboration with other United Nations bodies and development partners at the country level.

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Country Cooperation Strategy for WHO and Afghanistan - 2009-2013

Afghanistan 2009–2013
[pdf 454kb]

Country Cooperation Strategy for WHO and Egypt - 2010-2014

Egypt 2010–2014
[pdf 755kb]

Country Cooperation Strategy for WHO and Islamic Republic of Iran - 2010-2014

Islamic Republic of Iran 2010–2014
[pdf 478kb]

Country Cooperation Strategy for WHO and Iraq - 2012-2017

Iraq 2012–2017
[pdf 394kb]

Country Cooperation Strategy for WHO and Jordan - 2008-2013

Jordan 2008–2013
[pdf 921kb]

Country Cooperation Strategy for WHO and Kuwait - 2012-2016

Kuwait 2012–2016
[pdf 209kb]

Country Cooperation Strategy for WHO and Morocco - 2008-2013

Morocco 2008–2013
[pdf 1.17Mb]

Country Cooperation Strategy for WHO and Palestine - 2009-2013

Occupied Palestinian territory 2009–2013
[pdf 519kb]

Country Cooperation Strategy for WHO and Oman - 2010-2015

Oman 2010–2015
[pdf 420kb]

Country Cooperation Strategy for WHO and Pakistan - 2011-2017

Pakistan 2011–2017
[pdf 241kb]

Country Cooperation Strategy for WHO and Saudi Arabia - 2012-2016

Saudi Arabia 2012–2016
[pdf 205kb]

Country Cooperation Strategy for WHO and Somalia - 2010-2014

Somalia 2010–2014
[pdf 536kb]

Country Cooperation Strategy for WHO and Sudan - 2008-2013

Sudan 2008–2013
[pdf 443kb]

Country Cooperation Strategy for WHO and Tunisia - 2010-2014

Tunisia 2010–2014
[pdf 519kb]

Country Cooperation Strategy for WHO and United Arab Emirates - 2012-2017

United Arab Emirates 2012–2017
[pdf 182kb]

Country Cooperation Strategy for WHO and Yemen - 2008-2013

Yemen 2008–2013
[pdf 0.9Mb]