THE OIC STRATEGIC HEALTH PROGRAMME OF ACTION
The OIC-SHPA proposes six thematic areas of cooperation and provides various programmes of actions and activities under each thematic area which are to be undertaken collectively by the member countries in collaboration with relevant OIC institutions and international organizations both at national and intra-OIC cooperation level. Read More
SECTIONS OF OIC SHPA 2014-2023
The OIC-SHPA 2014-2023 is comprised of six sections. First three sections are ma inly based on literature review and data based analytical research on the current situation of health in OIC member countries. These sections provide a base for understanding the recent performance of the OIC member countries in the domain of health. The last three sections are the most important part of the document. These sections provide insights into proposed thematic areas of cooperation; recommend special programmes of action under each thematic area and propose a mechanism for the implementation and monitoring of OIC-SHPA.
OIC Vision, Policy and Strategy in the Health SectorOutlines the key features of OIC health vision and recommendations of OIC Ten-Year Programme of Action (TYPOA) regarding mother and child health care and fighting diseases and pandemics. Learn More
Health Situation in OIC CountriesDescribes the current status of health in member countries by providing a detailed account of the efforts made by OIC member countries and institutions in the domain of health, progress towards achieving the targets of the MDGs related to health and social determinants of health. Learn More
Challenges, Obstacles and ProblemsDiscuses in length the challenges and major gaps, obstacles and problems facing the member countries in the domain of health.
Thematic Areas of Cooperation
Presents six proposed thematic areas of cooperation in the domain of health:(1) Health System Strengthening; (2) Disease Prevention and Control; (3) Maternal New-born and Child Health and Nutrition; (4) Medicines, Vaccines and Medical Technologies; (5) Emergency Health Response and Interventions and (6) Information, Research, Education and Advocacy.