Joint External Evaluation (JEE) mission reports
The JEE is a voluntary, collaborative, multisectoral process to assess country capacity to prevent, detect and rapidly respond to public health risks occurring naturally or due to deliberate or accidental events. The purpose of the external evaluation is to assess country-specific status, progress in achieving the targets under Annex 1 of the IHR, and recommend priority actions to be taken across the 19 technical areas being evaluated. External evaluations should be regarded as an integral part of a continuous process of strengthening capacities for the implementation of the IHR.
The JEE mission reports are the result of these evaluations.
Mission reports by WHO region
WHO Member States are grouped into six regions. The country mission reports can be found under the region they belong by clicking the links below.