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Health in 2015, from MDGs, Millennium Development Goals to SDGs, Sustainable Development Goals.
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In 2015 the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) come to the end of their term, and a post-2015 agenda, comprising 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), takes their place. This WHO report looks back 15 years at the trends and positive forces during the MDG era and assesses the main challenges that will affect health in the coming 15 years.

"Snapshots" on 34 different health topics outline trends, achievements made, reasons for success, challenges and strategic priorities for improving health in the different areas. These "snapshots" range from air pollution to hepatitis to road traffic injuries, and can be viewed/downloaded individually below.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
vii Abbreviations

1 From MDGs to SDGs: general introduction
3 Summary
4 MDGs
5 Health in the MDG: achievements
6 Strengths and limitations of the MDGs
7 SDGs
8 The health goal
9 Health in other goals
10 Follow-up and review
12 Notes and references

15 Economic, social and environmental context
and health implications

17 Summary
18 Population trends
18 Fertility and population growth
19 The youth bulge
21 Ageing
22 Migration
23 Urbanization
25 Economic determinants of health and financing for development
26 Poverty eradication and income inequality
27 Globalization and trade
28 Development assistance for health
29 Social development
29 Gender equality and rights
30 Human rights
31 Education
32 Environment and climate change
32 Climate change
34 Pollution and contamination
34 Occupational health
35 Intersectoral action
36 Notes and references

39 Universal Health Coverage
41 Summary
43 Trends
44 Positive developments
45 Challenges
47 Strategic priorities
Snapshots
50 Governance
52 Health financing
54 Health workforce
56 Medical products
58 Health information
60 Service delivery
62 Research for UHC
64 Notes and references

69 Reproductive, maternal, newborn, child,
adolescent health and undernutrition

71 Summary
74 Achievements
75 Success factors
78 Challenges
79 Strategic priorities
Snapshots
82 Maternal health
84 Newborn health
86 Child health
88 Polio
90 Undernutrition
92 Adolescent health
94 Sexual and reproductive health and rights
96 Notes and references

99 Infectious diseases
101 Summary
103 Achievements
105 Success factors
107 Challenges
109 Strategic priorities
Snapshots
112 HIV/AIDS
114 Tuberculosis
116 Malaria
118 Neglected tropical diseases
120 Hepatitis
122 Waterborne diseases
124 Cholera
126 Sexually transmitted infections
128 Notes and references

131 Noncommunicable diseases
133 Summary
134 Trends
135 Positive developments
137 Challenges
138 Strategic priorities
Snapshots
140 Cardiovascular diseases
142 Cancer
144 Diabetes
146 Tobacco use
148 Air pollution
150 Notes and references

153 Mental health and substance use
155 Summary
157 Trends
157 Positive developments
158 Challenges
159 Strategic priorities
Snapshots
162 Depression and suicide
164 Dementia
166 Substance use and substance use disorders
168 Notes and references

171 Injuries and violence
173 Summary
175 Trends
176 Positive developments
177 Challenges
177 Strategic priorities
Snapshots
180 Road traffic injuries
182 Violence and homicide
184 War and conflict
186 Disasters
188 Notes and references

189 The SDGs: reflections on the implications
and challenges for health
191 Summary
192 The legacy of the MDGs
192 The birth of the SDGs
193 Children of their time: the SDGs are different
194 Towards a WHO position on health and the SDGs
195 The place of health in the SDGs
196 Health systems are central to the new agenda
197 The SDGs can put health governance centre stage
198 Financing the SDGs
199 Follow-up and review
200 Final reflections
201 Notes and references

202 Annex 1. Regional groupings
204 Photo credits