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In follow-up to the CSDH, Chile embarked on a reorientation of its public health programmes to reduce health inequities.
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Since 2007, the state of South Australia has adopted a “Health in All Policies” (HiAP) approach.
The Spanish Presidency of the European Union in 2010 is catalyst for action on the social determinants of health.
Almost all countries in East and Southern Africa have policy commitments to promote health equity. Equity Watch helps countries to monitor progress.
Brazil and Thailand are two countries that have shown impressive improvements in health and reductions in health inequities over the past 20 years.
Half of the world’s workers are in vulnerable employment. The United Nation's Social Protection Floor Initiative proposes global social protection for all.
EQUITY FACTS. Worldwide, about 150 million people a year face catastrophic health-care costs
EQUITY FACTS. Today, there is a 36-year gap in life expectancy between countries.
The development of young children is influenced by actions across a broad range of sectors.
EQUITY FACTS. Worldwide, 10 million children die each year before their fifth birthday.
EQUITY FACTS. Provision of infrastructure and access to quality and culturally acceptable services are major health issues for rural dwellers.
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