Health Cluster

Health ClusterThe Health Cluster's mission is to provide leadership to humanitarian health response in order to prevent and reduce crisis‐related morbidity and mortality; ensure gaps are filled through effective coordination, and support for the mobilisation of resources. Health Cluster members shall work to enhance the accountability, predictability and effectiveness of quality humanitarian health actions in Afghanistan.

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  • Health Cluster Bi-Weekly Meeting until- Cluster Coordinator: Jamshed Tanoli (WHO)
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  • Health Cluster Bi-Weekly Meeting until- Cluster Coordinator: Jamshed Tanoli (WHO)
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Operational Guidelines

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Health Cluster Guide: A Practical Handbook

Purpose This Health cluster guide advises how the health cluster lead agency, coordinator and partners can work together during a humanitarian crisis to achieve the aims of reducing avoidable mortality, morbidity and disability, and restoring the delivery…

Format:
Manual and Guideline
Source:
WHO, Health Cluster
Originally published:
11 Feb 2021
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Operational guidelines for prevention and control of ARI in Afghanistan, 2012 [EN/Dari/PS]

English version

1. Introduction 1.1 Classification, Worldwide case load and challenges due to Acute Respiratory infections Acute Respiratory infections (ARIs) may be classified into Acute Upper Respiratory Infections (AURI) and acute lower respiratory infections (ALRI), depending on the main organs…

Format:
Manual and Guideline
Source:
Govt. Afghanistan, WHO
Originally published:
31 Dec 2012
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Operational guidelines for prevention and control of CCHF in Afghanistan, 2012

Introduction 1.1. Worldwide distribution and burden due to CCHF CCHF (Crimean- Congo Haemorrhagic Fever) is a zoonotic disease that continues to be a serious public health problem in many countries. Worldwide distribution of CCHF stretches over much of…

Format:
Manual and Guideline
Source:
Govt. Afghanistan, WHO
Originally published:
15 Jan 2012
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Operational guideline for Measles epidemic response in Afghanistan, 2012

Introduction 1.1.Worldwide case load and challenges of Measles Measles is a highly contagious, serious disease caused by a virus. In 1980, before widespread vaccination, measles caused an estimated 2.6 million deaths each year 1. Still this is one…

Format:
Manual and Guideline
Source:
Govt. Afghanistan, WHO
Originally published:
15 Jan 2012
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Operational guideline for Typhoid outbreak response in Afghanistan, 2012

1.1. Worldwide case load and burden due to Typhoid Typhoid fever continues to be a serious public health problem in many developing countries. The disease, which disproportionately strikes children, leads to serious complications, including hypotensive shock, perforation…

Format:
Manual and Guideline
Source:
Govt. Afghanistan, WHO
Originally published:
15 Jan 2012
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Global Health Cluster Guide

This Guide suggests how the Health Cluster lead agency, coordinator and partners can work together during a humanitarian crisis to achieve the aims of reducing avoidable mortality, morbidity and disability, and restoring the delivery of and equitable access to…

Format:
Manual and Guideline
Source:
IASC, WHO
Originally published:
01 Jun 2009
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