Joint External Evaluation (JEE)

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ID Region Country JEE Status Assessment Date Report
565 African Region United Republic Of Tanzania Completed 22-Feb-2016 - 26-Feb-2016
571 Eastern Mediterranean Region Pakistan Completed 26-Apr-2016 - 06-May-2016
1604 African Region Ethiopia Completed 29-Feb-2016 - 04-Mar-2016
1605 African Region Liberia Completed 05-Sep-2016 - 09-Sep-2016
1606 African Region Mozambique Completed 18-Apr-2016 - 22-Apr-2016
1607 Eastern Mediterranean Region Morocco Completed 20-Jun-2016 - 24-Jun-2016
1608 Eastern Mediterranean Region Qatar Completed 29-May-2016 - 02-Jun-2016
1609 South-East Asia Region Bangladesh Completed 08-May-2016 - 12-May-2016
1610 European Region Turkmenistan Completed 06-Jun-2016 - 10-Jun-2016
1611 Region of the Americas United States Of America Completed 23-May-2016 - 27-May-2016
WHO Health Emergency Dashboard
Diphtheria

China

COVID-19

Flooding

Meningococcal disease

Poliomyelitis, acute paralytic, vaccine-associated

Dengue

Measles

Multisystem inflammatory syndrome (MIS) in children and adolescents

Sequelae of war operations

Acute hepatitis E

Cholera

Leptospirosis

Reunion - Dengue Fever

Dengue Fever

Ukraine - Measles

HIV infection-AIDS

Middle East respiratory syndrome

Armed conflict

Disaster

Liberia Measles

Rift Valley Fever

Philippines

O u t b r e a k

A joint external evaluation (JEE) is a voluntary, collaborative, multisectoral process to assess country capacities to prevent, detect and rapidly respond to public health emergencies. The JEE examines capacities across 19 technical areas to establish a baseline assessment, enabling countries to have a greater understanding of their gaps and weaknesses in health security, so they can focus efforts to improve in these areas.

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