DAH

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DAHDachau (German license plate)
DAHDestroy All Humans! (game)
DAHDeutsche AIDS Hilfe (German: German AIDS Help)
DAHDevelopment Assistance for Health
DAHDays after Hatching (biology)
DAHDepartment of Animal Health (various organizations)
DAHDélégation à l'Action Humanitaire (French: Delegation for Humanitarian Action)
DAHDepartment of Arkansas Heritage
DAHDesign Approval Holder (aviation)
DAHDrôme Aménagement Habitat (French: Drome Habitat Development; Drome, France)
DAHDiffuse Alveolar Hemorrhage
DAHDisney Ambassador Hotel (Japan)
DAHDepartment of Archives and History
DAHDar Al Hekma College (Saudia Arabia)
DAHDesignated Airspace Handbook (Canada)
DAHDays After Harvest
DAHDisease Area Head
DAHAir Algerie, Algeria (ICAO code)
DAHDictionary of American History
DAHDisordered Action of the Heart
DAHDictionary of American Hymnology
DAHDivision of Administrative Hearings
DAHDilute Acid Hydrolysis
DAHDefense Agency Head
DAHDissanayake-Allnutt-Haidara Model
DAHDirect Acting Hydraulic (tappet)
DAHDivision Aménagement et Habitat (French: Planning and Habitat Division)
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This should be seen as a key part of development assistance for health and would require coordination and attention from WHO, the World Bank/GFF, GAVI, the Global Fund, the United States Agency for International Development, and others.
"Despite an increasing rate, DAAH composed a small proportion of total development assistance for health, suggesting that adolescent health has gained little donor attention," the authors write.
specifically at development assistance for health (DAH) and how its
connection to issues related to development assistance for health. That
can one speak meaningfully about development assistance for health and
Development assistance for health has improved over two decades, mostly due to favourable trends in PDA and priority shifts within bilateral and multilateral funding.
Financing of global health: tracking development assistance for health from 1990 to 2007.
With a new administration starting in January, it is an opportune time to propose fundamental reform of America's policy on development assistance for health:
Finally, for MICs facing transition away from development assistance for health, it will be important to reiterate the aid effectiveness principle of providing predictable financing.
The US provided $13 billion in development assistance for health in 2016, less per person than many peer nations.
Development Assistance for Health in Tanzania: Has the Sector Wide Approach achieved the principles of aid effectiveness?
These resources account for the massive development assistance funding from HICs: considering bilateral donors only, it is estimated that they channeled 37% of Development Assistance for Health (DAH) in 2013 (14).
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