The Executive Board
The Executive Board is composed of 34 individuals technically qualified in the field of health, each one designated by a Member State elected to do so by the World Health Assembly. Member States are elected for three-year terms.
The Board meets at least twice a year; the main meeting is normally in January, with a second shorter meeting in May, immediately after the Health Assembly. The main functions of the Executive Board are to give effect to the decisions and policies of the Health Assembly, to advise it and generally to facilitate its work.
- Chairman of the Executive Board
- Executive Board members
- Composition of the Executive Board
- Former committees
- Ad-hoc open-ended Intergovernmental Working Group to Review the Working Methods of the Executive Board
- Election of Director-General - 2012