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About the Norwegian Institute of Public Health's collaboration with other countries to strengthen public health security and preparedness internationally.
Global Health Security
By contributing to better health globally we can also analyse how developments internationally will affect health in Norway.
The International Health Regulations (IHR 2005) are a legally binding instrument aiming to improve countries’ ability to protect and respond to international spread of disease, including epidemics.
The Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA) is an active and diverse group of partners focusing on overseas health threats.
The Global health Preparedness Programme (GHPP) represents and exemplifies our vision of the global adoption and implementation of the International Health Regulations (2005) (IHR).
Norway has been in the forefront of the global health arena, and the Global Health Preparedness Programme (GHPP) has served as an implementation tool for global health security.
The Global Health Preparedness Programme (GHPP) in Ghana included implementation of several IHR assessment frameworks; Joint External Evaluation (JEE), simulation exercises and developing their Nation...
Global Health Preparedness Programme (GHPP) activities focused on strengthening the national Integrated Disease Surveillance and Response (IDSR) system, and several IHR assessment activities.
Global Health Preparedness (GHPP) in Moldova was tailored to meet the national need to enhance IHR implementations in Moldova.
Following the establishment of the Palestinian National Institute of Public health (PNIPH), GHPP assisted in developing needed organisational frameworks and structures.
GHPP aimed to contribute to the global efforts of strengthening the International Health Regulations (2005) (IHR) core capacities in the partner countries and globally.
The Global Health Preparedness Programme (GHPP) is a programme at NIPH funded by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and NORAD 2015-2021 to strengthen global health preparedness through collabor...