Title of the centre:
WHO Collaborating Center for reference on Emergency and Essential Surgical Care
Director / Head:
Professor SERGELEN Orgoi
Professor Ts. Lkhagvasuren
Department of Surgery, HSUM
Health Sciences University of Mongolia
Choidog street-3 Sukhe-Baatar district
976 11 321249
976 11 321249
Date of Designation:
Terms of Reference:
- Principal organizational and implementation support on establishment and practical realization the goals and objectives Emergency and Essential Surgical Care project and Centre at the HSUM.
- Technical and methodological support and active involvement by the implementation. of CEESC Colloboration Centre at the HSUM
- Establishment of distant and learning centre, utilization of this centre in EESC education, training and evaluation. Try to make possible this Centre became a communication and education tool for the doctors who works at the primary health centres.
- Support on the processing and introduction of the EESC standards and guidelines through the cooperation and involvement the lecturers and experts employed by HSUM.
- Support by processing and providing the basic research on EESC surveys and studies through the cooperation HSUM's capacity and experts.
- Emergency & humanitarian action
- Health Technology (including laboratory services; but excluding blood safety)
- Human resources for health (excluding Nursing)
Types of activity:
- Training and education
- Implementation of WHO programmes and activities at country level
Ower: 2.3 - Global guidance and technical support provided on policies and programmes in order to promote equitable access to essential medicines, diagnostic tools and health technologies of assured quality for the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, and their rational use by prescribers and consumers, and, in order to ensure uninterrupted supplies of diagnostics, safe blood and blood products, injections and other essential health technologies and commodities.
Ower: 11.3 - Evidence based policy guidance on promoting scientifically sound and cost-effective use of medical products and technologies by health workers and consumers developed and supported within the Secretariat and regional and national programmes.
Ower: 11.1 - Formulation and monitoring of comprehensive national policies on access, quality and use of essential medical products and technologies advocated and supported.
CHERIAN Meena Nathan
+41 22 791 4011
Access to annual progress reports and the current workplan (this is accessible to WHO Staff Members only):
Link to eWork