National Action Plan for Health Security (NAPHS) and Costing

Last updated on 14 Jun 2024
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African Region Sierra Leone In Pipeline
African Region Nigeria In Pipeline
African Region Mali In Pipeline
African Region Guinea In Pipeline
African Region Chad In Pipeline
African Region Benin In Pipeline
African Region Central African Republic 17 Jun 2024 - 21 Jun 2024 In Pipeline
Region of the Americas Guatemala In Pipeline
Region of the Americas Guyana In Pipeline
African Region Uganda In Pipeline
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National Action Planning for Health Security (NAPHS) is a country owned, multi-year, planning process that is based on One Health for all-hazards, and whole-of-government approach. It captures national priorities for health security including key actions for addressing capacity gaps, and resources required to accelerate development of IHR core capacities. Since 2016, WHO has worked closely with Member States and partners to support development and implementation of NAPHS through technical instruments and advocacy for increased funding for development of IHR core capacities to improve health security.