Country Cooperation Strategy (CCS) is a medium-term vision for its technical
cooperation with a Member
State, in support of
its national health policy, strategy or plan. It is also the main instrument
for harmonising WHO cooperation in countries with
that of other UN agencies and development partners.
has a five-year horizon in order to align with the country’s next national
health plan (2012-2016) and with the new United Nations Partnership
Assistance Framework (UNPAF). It focuses on a few strategic priorities that
will be implemented collaboratively in an innovative, participatory, multi-sectoral and multi-stakeholder approach.
has four components. The
first component is direct technical collaboration in five priority areas,
namely: a) community health systems; b) multisectoral
networking to control non-communicable diseases (NCD network); c) disaster
preparedness and response; d) international trade and health; and e) road
other three components are:
fulfilling WHO’s normative functions,
addressing public health challenges and unfinished agendas in Thailand
role in health beyond its borders.