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Overview: The WHO Health Emergencies Programme defines readiness as the capacity to respond to emergencies and disasters in a timely and effective manner. It is based on a common approach of systems, procedures and resources for managing risks and responding to events coming from any type of hazards. Member States, WHO and partners need to ensure they have the appropriate resources, systems, policies, procedures and capacities in place to ensure that they can undertake predictable and effective operations to address public health risks and respond to emergencies.
The WHO Health Emergencies Operational Readiness program builds on existing capacity, procedures and services and involves local and national authorities, WHO on-site capacity (e.g. WHO country office) and in-country operational partners including other international organizations (e.g. UNCT), non-governmental organizations and civil society. This tier 1 training, designed for members States, WHO staff and partners, provides legal and practical knowledge that would be of use during the face-to-face course.
Special emphasis has been given to enhancing readiness for emergency response for WHO, Member States and partners at country level as a key element of all hazards health emergency risk management. By following a systematic approach critical risks are identified, plans put in place and action taken to mitigate their impact and strengthen readiness for response.
Learning objectives: By the end of this course, participants should be able to:
Course duration: Approximately 1 hour.
Certificates: No certificate available at this time.