Emergency and Humanitarian Action

“The goal of the EHA Programme is to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disasters, crisis and conflicts, and to minimize their social and economic impact.”

- WHO Western Pacific Region -

Through a concerted effort across the WHO, the Emergency and Humanitarian Action (EHA) programme aims to increase the capacity and self-reliance of countries through:

  • disaster risk reduction;
  • health sector emergency preparedness;
  • mitigation of health consequences in times of emergencies; and
  • creation of a synergy between emergency action and sustainable development.

EHA in the Philippines


Dr. Julie Hall
WHO Representative in the Philippines
Emergency and Humanitarian Action
hallju@wpro.who.int

Our Partners

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australia
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD), Canada
Central Emergency Relief Fund (CERF) of the UN
Government of Japan
Government of Republic of Korea
Government of Kuwait
Principality of Monaco
Royal Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Norway
Government of the Russian Federation
Department for International Development, UK (DFID-UK)
Japan Private Kindergarten Association (JPKA)
United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
European Union

WHO work in the Philippines

WHO Country Cooperation Strategy for the Philippines, 2011-2016