Czechia

The WHO Country Office was established in Prague in 1992 to assist Czechia in achieving its main public health priorities and to engage the country in global public health. The priorities for the Country Office are set out in the Biennial Plan of Cooperation between WHO/Europe and Czechia. The Office implements the plan in close collaboration with national institutions and international partner agencies.

More about the Biennial Plan of Cooperation 2020-2021

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World Food Safety Day: Unsafe food continues to affect millions in Europe during COVID-19 pandemic

On 7 June 2020, WHO will mark the second global World Food Safety Day. Foodborne diseases can cause illness, disability and deaths and are a significant public health concern in the WHO European Region

WHO/Europe offices

WHO Country Office, Czech Republic
Rytířská 31 (3rd floor)
Prague 1 11000
Tel.: +420 224267050

Ministry of health

Ministry of Health
Palackého nám. 4
Prague 2 12801
Tel.: +420 2 24992534, +420 2 24972535
Fax:
http://www.mzcr.cz

Video

Four psychiatric hospitals in Czechia agreed to collaborate with WHO as demonstration sites and this film documents the initial phase of their service transformation journey.

Confronting coercion in psychiatry

Data and statistics

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% of population aged 65+ years


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