The WHO Country Office is the focal point for WHO activities in Estonia. It was established in 1993 in Tallinn to fulfil the objectives of WHO's country presence. The priorities for the Country Office are set out in the biennial collaborative agreement between WHO/Europe and the host country, and the Office implements the agreement in close collaboration with national institutions and international partner agencies.

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Estonia launches tool on how to develop clinical guidelines, with WHO support

A new version of Estonia’s handbook for the development of clinical guidelines has been published following an in-depth evaluation of its guideline development programme by WHO. Clinical guidelines synthesize what is known about a health topic and harness expertise to interpret that knowledge and related research evidence. By following steps to avoid bias, they provide the key source of knowledge for informing decision-making about health.

Food and nutrition tips during self-quarantine

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Video - Ensuring consumers know what they are drinking - labelling of alcohol products (in Estonian)

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Life expectancy at birth, in years (as of 2009)

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