The Kazakhstan WHO Country Office was established in 1994 in Almaty. It was officially accredited by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in August 2007. Before 2009, the WHO Country Office had two offices: a head office in Astana, the capital, and a sub-office in Almaty. Since 2009, the two offices have been consolidated into one Country Office in Astana. The Country Office is the focal point for WHO activities in Kazakhstan. The country team consists of five people including two experts on mother and child health, reproductive and sexual health, and effects of climate change on health.

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On the path to better sexual and reproductive health services for adolescents in Kazakhstan

“Sexual and reproductive health issues are essential for adolescents’ health and education, because they affect not only the individual’s health, but also have a multifaceted impact on the nation’s health and the country’s development.”

WHO/Europe offices

WHO Country Office, Kazakhstan
20/2, Mangilik Yel avenue, 3rd floor
Nur-Sultan Z05K5M0
Tel.: +7 7172 204705
Fax: +7 7172 204706

WHO European Centre for Primary Health Care
Kazakh National Medical University
88 Tole Bi Street
Almaty 050012
Tel.: +7 727 3387075

Ministry of health

Ministry of Health
8, Mangilik Yel avenue
House of Ministries, Entrance 5
Nur-Sultan Z05 M9E2
Tel.: +7 7 172 74 28 51
Fax: +7 7 172 743243

Response to the pandemic

Latest updates page: Kazakhstan

Data and statistics


Estimated life expectancy at birth, in years (as of 2015)

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