Since opening in 1994, the WHO Country Office in Belarus has been the focal point for all WHO activities in Belarus. It also is the active member of the United Nations Country Team in Belarus. The Country Office’s main priorities are set out in the biennial collaborative agreement (BCA) between WHO/Europe and Belarus. It implements the BCA in close collaboration with the Ministry of Health, national institutions and international partner agencies.

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New data reveals significant gaps in influenza immunization of those who need it most in Europe

WHO set a target in 2003 that 75% of elderly people should be vaccinated against influenza each year. The most recent data (2018/2019), published this week on the European Health Information Gateway, reveals that only 1 country out of 28 reporting coverage in the WHO European Region achieved that target – Belarus.

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World Health Organization in Belarus (2018)

Find out more about how the WHO Country Office works with the Government of Belarus and other partners to build a better, healthier future for the people of Belarus.

EU-WHO Solidarity for Health Initiative

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Data and statistics


Estimated life expectancy at birth, in years (as of 2018)

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