Indicator 3.d.1 (a)

Indicator 3.d.1 (a)

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, State Party Self-Assessment Annual Report (SPAR), Legislation and financing, %

The revised International Health Regulations (IHR) were adopted in 2005 and entered into force in 2007. Under the IHR, States Parties are obliged to develop and maintain minimum core capacities for surveillance and response, including at points of entry, in order to early detect, assess, notify, and respond to any potential public health events of international concern

INDICATOR 3.d.1 (a)
International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, State Party Self-Assessment Annual Report (SPAR), Legislation and financing. The revised International Health Regulations (IHR) were adopted in 2005 and entered into force in 2007. Under the IHR, States Parties are obliged to develop and maintain minimum core capacities for surveillance and response, including at points of entry, in order to early detect, assess, notify, and respond to any potential public health events of international concern
TARGET 3.c
Substantially increase health financing and the recruitment, development, training and retention of the health workforce in developing countries, especially in least developed countries and small island developing States
GOAL 3
Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages
See United Nations Global SDG Database

Indicator 3.d.1 (a)

Indicator 3.d.1 (a)

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, State Party Self-Assessment Annual Report (SPAR), Legislation and financing, %

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INDICATOR 3.d.1 (a)
International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, State Party Self-Assessment Annual Report (SPAR), Legislation and financing. The revised International Health Regulations (IHR) were adopted in 2005 and entered into force in 2007. Under the IHR, States Parties are obliged to develop and maintain minimum core capacities for surveillance and response, including at points of entry, in order to early detect, assess, notify, and respond to any potential public health events of international concern
TARGET 3.c
Substantially increase health financing and the recruitment, development, training and retention of the health workforce in developing countries, especially in least developed countries and small island developing States
GOAL 3
Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages
See United Nations Global SDG Database

Indicator 3.d.1 (a)

Indicator 3.d.1 (a)

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, State Party Self-Assessment Annual Report (SPAR), Legislation and financing, %

INDICATOR 3.d.1 (a)
International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, State Party Self-Assessment Annual Report (SPAR), Legislation and financing. The revised International Health Regulations (IHR) were adopted in 2005 and entered into force in 2007. Under the IHR, States Parties are obliged to develop and maintain minimum core capacities for surveillance and response, including at points of entry, in order to early detect, assess, notify, and respond to any potential public health events of international concern
TARGET 3.c
Substantially increase health financing and the recruitment, development, training and retention of the health workforce in developing countries, especially in least developed countries and small island developing States
GOAL 3
Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages
See United Nations Global SDG Database

Indicator 3.d.1 (a)

Indicator 3.d.1 (a)

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, State Party Self-Assessment Annual Report (SPAR), Legislation and financing, %

Country 2018 2019 2020
Albania .. 73 67
Andorra 47 47 47
Armenia 80 80 80
Austria 60 90 60
Azerbaijan 80 80 100
Belarus 93 .. 93
Belgium 47 60 47
Bosnia and Herzegovina 60 60 ..
Bulgaria 67 73 73
Canada 93 93 100
Croatia 80 80 80
Cyprus 67 67 67
Czechia 53 53 ..
Denmark 93 93 93
Estonia 87 87 87
Finland 100 100 87
France 67 67 67
Georgia 80 67 80
Germany 93 100 100
Greece .. 60 67
Hungary 87 80 67
Iceland 87 87 ..
Ireland 40 40 47
Israel 93 93 ..
Italy 87 87 93
Kazakhstan 67 80 87
Kyrgyzstan 53 53 53
Latvia 80 80 80
Liechtenstein .. 93 93
Lithuania 87 87 87
Luxembourg 100 100 100
Malta 100 100 100
Monaco 80 80 ..
Montenegro 47 47 53
Netherlands 93 93 93
North Macedonia 73 60 67
Norway 100 100 100
Poland .. 80 0
Portugal 87 87 87
Republic of Moldova 80 73 73
Romania 80 73 73
Russian Federation 100 93 100
San Marino 20 .. 20
Serbia 87 87 87
Slovakia 100 100 100
Slovenia 87 87 ..
Spain 93 93 93
Sweden 100 100 100
Switzerland .. 93 ..
Tajikistan 53 60 ..
Türkiye 100 100 100
Turkmenistan 60 60 60
Ukraine 100 100 100
United Kingdom 100 100 100
United States 100 100 100
Uzbekistan 47 67 60
Country 2018 2019 2020
Albania .. 73 67
Andorra 47 47 47
Armenia 80 80 80
Austria 60 90 60
Azerbaijan 80 80 100
Belarus 93 .. 93
Belgium 47 60 47
Bosnia and Herzegovina 60 60 ..
Bulgaria 67 73 73
Canada 93 93 100
Croatia 80 80 80
Cyprus 67 67 67
Czechia 53 53 ..
Denmark 93 93 93
Estonia 87 87 87
Finland 100 100 87
France 67 67 67
Georgia 80 67 80
Germany 93 100 100
Greece .. 60 67
Hungary 87 80 67
Iceland 87 87 ..
Ireland 40 40 47
Israel 93 93 ..
Italy 87 87 93
Kazakhstan 67 80 87
Kyrgyzstan 53 53 53
Latvia 80 80 80
Liechtenstein .. 93 93
Lithuania 87 87 87
Luxembourg 100 100 100
Malta 100 100 100
Monaco 80 80 ..
Montenegro 47 47 53
Netherlands 93 93 93
North Macedonia 73 60 67
Norway 100 100 100
Poland .. 80 0
Portugal 87 87 87
Republic of Moldova 80 73 73
Romania 80 73 73
Russian Federation 100 93 100
San Marino 20 .. 20
Serbia 87 87 87
Slovakia 100 100 100
Slovenia 87 87 ..
Spain 93 93 93
Sweden 100 100 100
Switzerland .. 93 ..
Tajikistan 53 60 ..
Türkiye 100 100 100
Turkmenistan 60 60 60
Ukraine 100 100 100
United Kingdom 100 100 100
United States 100 100 100
Uzbekistan 47 67 60
INDICATOR 3.d.1 (a)
International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, State Party Self-Assessment Annual Report (SPAR), Legislation and financing. The revised International Health Regulations (IHR) were adopted in 2005 and entered into force in 2007. Under the IHR, States Parties are obliged to develop and maintain minimum core capacities for surveillance and response, including at points of entry, in order to early detect, assess, notify, and respond to any potential public health events of international concern
TARGET 3.c
Substantially increase health financing and the recruitment, development, training and retention of the health workforce in developing countries, especially in least developed countries and small island developing States
GOAL 3
Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages
See United Nations Global SDG Database

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