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International Health Regulations (2005), 23rd May 2005 (2509 UNTS 79), OXIO 78

World Health Organization [WHO]

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Competences of international organizations — Compliance monitoring in international organizations — International organizations, practice and procedure
1. The powers of the World Health Organization (WHO) in relation to public health emergencies. 2. The respective roles of the WHO and its Member States in public health emergencies.This headnote pertains to: International Health Regulations (2005), an instrument the text of which has been prepared by and/or adopted in the framework of an international organization. Jump to full text The International Health Regulations (2005) (‘IHRs’) define the obligations of the Member States of the World Health Organization (WHO), and the powers of the WHO in relation to...
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