• Accelerating the elimination of cervical cancer as a global public health problem 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for South-East Asia (‏2019‎, SEA/RC72/11)‏
      Cervical cancer is a significant public health problem in the WHO South-East Asia Region. In 2018, an estimated 158 000 new cases and 95 766 deaths were reported due to cervical cancer, which is the third most common type of cancer. The Region accords high importance to the prevention of cervical cancer. It is also a priority under the Regional Director's Flagship Programme of “prevention of noncommunicable diseases through multisectoral policies and plans with a focus on best buys”. In 2015, the Sixty-eighth session of the Regional Committee for ...
    • Agenda 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for South-East Asia (‏2019-09‎, SEA/RC72/1 Rev.3)‏
    • Annual report on monitoring progress on UHC and health-related SDGs 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for South-East Asia (‏2019‎, SEA/RC72/6)‏
      The Seventieth session of the Regional Committee for South-East Asia requested the Regional Director to “include an annual report on monitoring progress on UHC and health-related SDGs as a substantive Agenda item until 2030” (‏Decision SEA/RC70 (‏1)‏)‏. Certain highlights of progress are presented. More detailed information will be published in the forthcoming report, “Monitoring progress on universal health coverage and the health-related Sustainable Development Goals in the South-East Asia Region: 2019 update”. The report for the Seventy-second ...
    • Decisions - RC72 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for South-East Asia (‏2019)‏
    • Delhi declaration on emergency preparedness in the South-East Asia Region 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for South-East Asia (‏2019‎, SEA/RC72/R1)‏
    • Governing Body matters: Key issues arising out of the Seventy-second World Health Assembly and the 144th and 145th sessions of the WHO Executive Board 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for South-East Asia (‏2019‎, SEA/RC72/14)‏
      The attached Working Paper highlights, from the perspective of the WHO South-East Asia Region, the resolutions endorsed by the Seventy-second World Health Assembly, held in Geneva on 20–28 May 2019, and the 144th and 145th sessions of the WHO Executive Board, held on 24 January–1 February 2019 and 29–30 May 2019, respectively, along with other important Agenda items. The issues are deemed to have important implications for the Member States of the WHO South-East Asia Region, and the related resolutions merit follow-up action by both Member States ...
    • Governing Body matters: Review of the Draft Provisional Agenda of the 146th session of the WHO Executive Board 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for South-East Asia (‏2019‎, SEA/RC72/15)‏
      The 146th session of the WHO Executive Board will be held at WHO headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, on 3–8 February 2020. Any proposal from Member States or Associate Members of WHO to include an item on the Agenda should reach the Director-General of the World Health Organization not later than 12 weeks after the circulation of the Draft Provisional Agenda or 10 weeks before the commencement of the session of the Executive Board, whichever is earlier. Proposals should, therefore, reach the Director-General by 18 September 2019. The ...
    • Management and Governance matters: Evaluation: Annual report 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for South-East Asia (‏2019‎, SEA/RC72/17)‏
      The WHO South-East Asia Region recognizes the importance of, and is committed to, advancing the culture of “Evaluation”, as outlined in the WHO South-East Asia Regional Framework for Strengthening Evaluation for Learning and Development and the South-East Asia Region Evaluation Workplan for 2018–2019. This document provides an update on the status of implementation of the South-East Asia Region Evaluation Workplan for 2018–2019 and key considerations for the way forward. The Region has made considerable progress in implementing the 2018–2019 ...
    • Management and Governance matters: Management performance and Transformation in the South-East Asia Region 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for South-East Asia (‏2019‎, SEA/RC72/16)‏
      This Agenda item provides updates on the progress made in advancing the Region’s attainment of the priorities of the Transformation Agenda and the Regional Director’s Flagships Programmes. The strong leadership and commitment of the WHO Regional Director for South-East Asia, particularly expressed through the clear directives of the eight Regional Flagship Priority Areas, has allowed the Region to enhance its policies and technical support to Member States and strengthen focus on financing and staffing needs to match priorities and requirements. ...
    • Management and Governance matters: Status of the SEA Regional Office Building 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for South-East Asia (‏2019‎, SEA/RC72/18)‏
    • Management and Governance matters: Status of the SEA Regional Office Building 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for South-East Asia (‏2019‎, SEA/RC72/18)‏
      Regular updates on the status of the WHO South-East Asia Regional Office Building at Indraprastha Estate in New Delhi, India, have been presented to the Regional Committee since its Sixty-eighth session in September 2015. Following Decision SEA/RC70(‏2)‏ at the Seventieth session of the WHO Regional Committee for South-East Asia in Maldives in September 2017, the Regional Committee decided that the best option for managing the precarious structural issues of the Regional Office Building was to redevelop the whole campus. With excellent cooperation ...
    • Measles and rubella elimination by 2023 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for South-East Asia (‏2019‎, SEA/RC72/R3)‏
    • Ministerial Roundtable: Emergency preparedness 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for South-East Asia (‏2019‎, SEA/RC72/3)‏
      The WHO South-East Asia Region, prone to events from various hazards, requires a comprehensive approach to address these hazards in a strategic manner. Scaling up emergency risk management in countries is one of the Regional Flagship Priorities of since 2014. It currently follows a pragmatic approach of “sustain, accelerate and innovate” in all-hazard emergency preparedness, operational readiness and response for the safety and security of populations in the Region. Building on several successful interventions undertaken by Member States to ...
    • Programme Budget 2018–2019: Implementation and mid-term review 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for South-East Asia (‏2019‎, SEA/RC72/4)‏
      This Working Paper provides information on programmatic and financial implementation of the Programme Budget 2018–2019. The Mid-Term Review results were presented to the Seventy-second World Health Assembly in May 2019 (‏document A72/35)‏ and are attached as an information document to this Working Paper. As per latest interim monitoring of the programmatic implementation, 98.6% of the total 1460 Top Tasks across all Budget Centres were on track for achievement by the end of the biennium. The approved Programme Budget for the WHO South-East Asia ...
    • Programme budget 2020-2021 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for South-East Asia (‏2019‎, SEA/RC72/R2)‏
    • Programme Budget 2020–2021 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for South-East Asia (‏2019‎, SEA/RC72/5)‏
      The Programme Budget (‏PB)‏ 2020–2021, approved by the Seventy-second World Health Assembly in May 2019 (‏resolution WHA72.1 [‏SEA/RC72/5 Inf.Doc.1]‏)‏, is the first Programme Budget that fully articulates the implementation of the Thirteenth General Programme of Work (‏GPW13)‏ and marks a major step forward in the Transformation of WHO. The overall approved Budget for 2020–2021 is US$ 4840.4 million, of which US$ 388.5 million was approved as Base Budget for the South-East Asia (‏SEA)‏ Region. In line with the GPW13’s integrated, health systems and results ...
    • Progress reports on selected Regional Committee resolutions 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for South-East Asia (‏2019‎, SEA/RC72/13)‏
      Progress reports on the following Regional Committee resolutions have been covered in this document: 1. South-East Asia Regional Health Emergency Fund (‏SEA/RC60/R7)‏; 2. Expanding the scope of the South-East Asia Regional Health Emergency Fund (‏SEARHEF)‏ (‏SEA/RC69/R6)‏; 3. Antimicrobial resistance (‏SEA/RC68/R3)‏; 4. Patient safety contributing to sustainable universal health coverage (‏SEA/RC68/R4)‏; 5. Challenges in polio eradication (‏SEA/RC60/R8)‏; 6. Colombo Declaration on strengthening health systems to accelerate delivery of NCD services at the ...
    • Regional Action Plan on the programmatic management of latent TB Infection (‏LTBI)‏ and Global Strategy for TB Research and Innovation 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for South-East Asia (‏2019‎, SEA/RC72/9)‏
    • Regional plan of action for the global strategy on health, environment and climate change 2020-2030: healthy environments for healthier population 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for South-East Asia (‏2019‎, SEA/RC72/R4)‏