The World Health Organization (WHO) is dedicated to preparing for and responding to health crises worldwide. Their monthly operational report on health emergencies provides a comprehensive overview of their efforts in this area. This publication includes key figures on WHO’s work in emergencies, special features such as the WHO pillar GPV 14, responses to health emergencies, preparedness and preparedness, operational support and logistics, learning and capacity development for health emergencies, as well as key links and useful resources.

WHO’s strategic approach to emergency health response is evidence-based and science-led. They work closely with countries to combat health crises around the world. Through this monthly update, you can stay informed about WHO’s ongoing efforts and support in emergency health response.

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