By E. Jakubowski, A. Arnaudova
This booklet highlights the necessities of well-being and healthiness platforms in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. It then compares those nationwide info with the typical information for 3 teams: their very own, the 15 international locations that have been individuals of the ecu prior to 1 might 2004 and the 27 present ecu Member States. every one bankruptcy presents a concise review of key overall healthiness symptoms in 1 of the eight international locations, summarizes the major gains of the country's healthiness process and describes the result of over a decade of overall healthiness approach reform. This renowned sequence bargains a brief and simple solution to seize the health and wellbeing necessities in a visually beautiful structure. Comparisons are a compelling resource of data that policy-makers and stakeholders, either inside international locations and the world over, can use to do so opposed to healthiness disparities and alleviate the notable variations in well-being prestige between voters around the WHO ecu zone.
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Extra resources for 10 Health Questions about the Caucasus and Central Asia
T High body mass index is associated with 17% of all deaths and 12% of the disease burden (2002). t Physical inactivity is associated with 11% of deaths and 6% of the disease burden (2002). B RNE IN EC I NS t Salmonellosis (2006): 5 cases reported per 100 000. 7 reported per 100 000. t Injured in work-related accidents (1991): 24 per 100 000 per year. 5 per 100 000 per year. Sources: 1, 10, 11, 17. EU27: current members of thee EU. EU15: members of the EU 52 10 health questions Who is who in the Georgian public health sector?
An estimated 69% is covered through formal and informal co-payments, voluntary contributions such as by national and international organizations and, to a very limited extent, private health insurance. Voluntary health insurance covers less than 1% of the population. The Ministry of Health administers about 25% of public funding, mainly for the payment of health service providers at the republican level, including republican hospitals and before 1 May 2004. CIS8: the 8 countries covered in this book.
SMOKING v Many Georgians smoke: 28% of the whole population are regular smokers, including 53% of men older than 15 years of age (2001), with tobacco consumption increasing. t Smoking contributes 240 EU27 200 EU15 622 CIS8 516 to at least 9% of the disease burden and 516 deaths per GEORGIA 100 000 (2001). 3 litres. 5 t Alcohol is a major risk factor, causing 6% of the overall disease burden (2003). t Alcohol-related causes (2001): 52 deaths per 100 000. EU27: 67, EU15: 58, CIS8: 124 before 1 May 2004.
10 Health Questions about the Caucasus and Central Asia by E. Jakubowski, A. Arnaudova