2014 Global Induction of Heads of WHO Offices in Countries, Territories and Areas
Other TitlesGlobal Induction Report 2014
World Health Organization. (2014). 2014 Global Induction of Heads of WHO Offices in Countries, Territories and Areas. World Health Organization. https://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/136816
DescriptionAnnually, a Global Induction for newly appointed Heads of WHO Offices in countries, territories and areas takes place at WHO Headquarters (HQ). The Global Induction is part of the Global Policy Group-approved Orientation Programme for HWOs, and complements regional inductions. The Department of Country Cooperation and Collaboration with the United Nations System (CCU) and the Department of Human Resources Management (HRD) organize it, in full collaboration with relevant technical departments.The Global Induction took place from 28 April to 2 May 2014.
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