Monitoring and evaluation of IHR (2005) implementation
Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of progress on IHR (2005) implementation is central to the proper follow up and continuous improvement of implementation activities at national, regional and global levels. M&E systems track what is being done (monitoring) and whether the implementation of IHR (2005) is making a difference (evaluation).
- To provide regular progress reports, including maps, to WHO, States Parties and WHO governing bodies.
- To propose specific studies, modifications or changes to improve the implementation of the Regulations.
Activities and expected results
In partnership with WHO’s partners:
- to identify, test, collect and analyse indicators for all countries to monitor and evaluate the implementation of the IHR (2005), building on information and/or systems already available from existing programmes, including WHO regional strategies for disease surveillance and response.
IHR Lyon office
- Guide to hygiene and sanitation in aviation (third edition)
- Guide to ship sanitation (third edition)
- IHR key publications
- COMBI: A toolkit for behavioural and social communication in outbreak response
- COMBI: Field Workbook for COMBI planning steps in outbreak response
- Laboratory Assessment Tool
- International travel and health
- Biosafety and laboratory security
- Training toolkit: Laboratory quality management system
- Biostatistics: New CD-ROM for self learning
IHR implementation at ports, airports and ground crossings
- E-library: Knowledge, training and resources to support IHR implementation