WHO reform stage 2 evaluation – final report
At the Special Session of the Executive Board in November 2011, Member States decided on a two-stage independent evaluation to provide input into the reform process. The first stage evaluation, which focused on validating the completeness, comprehensiveness and adequacy of the WHO reform proposals, was presented to the Sixty-fifth World Health Assembly in May 2012.
The second stage evaluation which was endorsed by the Executive Board at its 132nd session in January 2013, has assessed the status of action taken on the recommendations of the stage one evaluation, modalities of implementing the reform proposals, the adequacy of the implementation plan and the change management strategy. This report will be presented to the 134th Session of the Executive Board, through the PBAC in January 2014.
The report will be available in the six official languages on the EB134 webpage within the next few weeks.