Georgia became a WHO Member State on 16 May 1992, and a liaison office was opened in Tbilisi the following year. In 2005 the liaison office became the WHO Country Office, Georgia. The Country Office plays a crucial role in administration, consolidation, management and enhancement of WHO collaboration in the country. The Country Office’s main priorities are set out in the biennial collaborative agreement (BCA) between WHO/Europe and Georgia. It implements the BCA in close collaboration with the Ministry of Health, national institutions and international partner agencies.

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Integrated screening for infectious diseases: a success story from Georgia

Testing simultaneously for several infectious diseases in primary health care settings is feasible and can help to bring down the burden of chronic hepatitis C, HIV, sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and tuberculosis (TB) in countries in eastern Europe and central Asia, results from Georgia and elsewhere in the WHO European Region show.

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Estimated life expectancy at birth, in years (as of 2010)

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