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The JEE Alliance is a platform for facilitating multisectoral collaboration on health security capacity building and International Health Regulations (IHR 2005) implementation.
The JEE Alliance is a platform for facilitating multisectoral collaboration on health security capacity building and International Health Regulations (IHR 2005) implementation.

News and events

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"Investing for a Rainy Day: How to Finance Outbreak Preparedness?"

11.5.2018
Events

Investing in national capacities to prevent, detect and respond to outbreaks of infectious disease and other potential health emergencies is a clear need, underscored by the 2013-6 West African Ebola...

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Meeting of the Alliance Advisory Group on 27 February 2018

16.3.2018
Advisory Group
Article

On 27 February, the Advisory Group of the Alliance met at the OIE Headquarters in Paris. The aim of the meeting was to discuss the role of the Alliance in the changing health security landscape, the...

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Alliance successes in 2017 and an update on 2018

24.1.2018
Global collaboration, Advisory Group
Article

The year 2017 was the first full year of the work of the JEE Alliance. During the year, 15 new members joined the Alliance, contributing the wealth of expertise and experience. There are now 68...

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Global Health Security and IHR Implementation

Joint External Evaluation (JEE)

'Joint External Evaluation (JEE)' -linkkikuva

JEE and other external evaluation processes help countries gain information about the strengths and weaknesses of their existing health systems and preparedness.

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Country Planning

'Country Planning' -linkkikuva

Based on the results and recommendations of an external evaluation countries can draw up a multisectoral national plan.

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Capacity Building

'Capacity Building' -linkkikuva

The external evaluation and country planning mark the beginning of the health security capacity building process.

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Multisectoral collaboration

'Multisectoral collaboration' -linkkikuva

Multisectoral collaboration following a OneHealth approach is a central component of sustainable capacity building.

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RT @PeteSalama: As of 18 May, 46 #Ebola cases reported in #DRC, including 26 deaths: 21 confirmed 21 probable 4 suspected Nearly 600 contac…

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RT @OutiKuivasniemi: Peter Graaf @WHO asking for a commitment to ensure building up of sustainable laboratory capacity in #DRC in the respo…

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Need to analyse potential synergies, look beyond traditional actors and remember lessons from previous #outbreaks… https://t.co/io9sVwne1F

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RT @michaelatold_GH: Discussion on financing of outbreaks @GHC_IHEID @JEEAlliance @AustraliaUN_GVA @FinlandGeneva : what are challenges? te…

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RT @OutiKuivasniemi: #Tanzania permsect Mpoki Ulisubisya underlines the joint up approach to #outbreakpreparedness and #UHC Competition for…

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RT @OutiKuivasniemi: While #Ebola is again on the news @JEEAlliance is discussing how to #Finance #Outbreak #preparedness in countries, how…