October 11 - October 14
SIXTY-EIGHTH SESSION OF THE WHO REGIONAL COMMITTEE FOR THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN
The WHO Regional Committee for the Eastern Mediterranean is WHO’s decision-making body in the Eastern Mediterranean Region. The Regional Committee consists of one representative from each country or territory of WHO’s Eastern Mediterranean Region. The Committee meets every year to share progress and take important decisions regarding public health in the region.
Simultaneous interpretations available in Arabic, English and French
October, 11 – October 14, 2021
WHO Eastern Mediterranean virtual ZOOM platform, broadcasted from WHO’s Regional Office in Cairo, Egypt.
The World Health Organization (WHO) is the directing and coordinating authority for public health within the United Nations system. The WHO Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean is one of WHO’s six regional offices around the world. It serves the WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region, which comprises 21 Member States and occupied Palestinian territory (including East Jerusalem), with a population of nearly 679 million people.
The Regional Committee for the Eastern Mediterranean convenes every year at the beginning of October and is attended by all countries of the Eastern Mediterranean Region. During these sessions, Member States discuss and endorse regional policies, activities and financial plans.
Program and speakers
Registration for regional committee meetings are by invitation.
More information coming soon, as it is made available by WHO.