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World Health Organization (WHO): Reform Agenda Developed, but U.S. Actions to Monitor Progress Could Be Enhanced
Thomas Melito (au)
The World Health Organization (WHO) is the directing and coordinating authority for global health within the United Nations (UN) system. In 2012, member states approved a reform agenda addressing three areas: (1) priority-setting, to refocus its efforts and establish a process to determine priorities; (2) governance, to improve the effectiveness of its governing bodies and strengthen engagement with other stakeholders; and (3) management, including human resources, results-based planning, and accountability. The U.S. is a key participant in WHOäó»s governing bodies and the largest donor, contributing about $219 million, or 22%, to WHOäó»s assessed budget for 2010 and 2011, and more than $475 million, or about 16%, to WHOäó»s voluntary budget. As the largest financial contributor to the UN, the U.S. has advocated for comprehensive management reform throughout the UN system, including WHO. This report examines (1) the steps WHO has taken to develop and implement a reform agenda that aligns with the challenges identified by stakeholders and (2) the input the U.S. has provided to WHO reforms. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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