The SPH Portal is an interactive digital platform that facilitates sharing and exchanging the latest information on multisectoral health security investments, activities, and capacities on a national, regional, and global scale.
Current hazards and risks can be assessed based on country risk assessment reports, recurring events, recent events in other countries and other sources.
Country Capacity combines the strengths, attributes, and resources available within the country to manage and reduce health emergency risks and strengthen resilience.
A COVID-19 Intra-Action Review (IAR) is a country-led facilitated process that allows stakeholders involved in the ongoing pandemic response to identify best practices, gaps, and lessons and propose corrective measures for sustained improvement.
National planning helps to determine the actions that should be taken to prevent, detect, and respond to risks and threats. Actions can be identified through all-hazards National Action Plans for Health Security (NAPHS), disease-specific plans, contingency plans and other sources.
These include Member States, intergovernmental organizations, development banks, institutes, non-state actors and others who provide financial assistance and expertise to assist countries in strengthening and maintaining capacities to prevent, detect, and respond to public health risks and threats.