Assess the impacts of climate change on the health of the population, as well as integrate climate-related health risks into national planning processes for health services. The study will analyze historical data to determine the correlation between climate-related diseases and climate indicators, and, based on these findings, will make projections under different climate change scenarios and recommendations to consider climate change in national and sub-national planning instruments.
Therefore, the operation seeks to strengthen the national health systems, and protect and promote the health of the population to boost its resilience.
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