Integrated Disease Surveillance

    Overview

    The Integrated Disease Surveillance (IDS) Programme ensures the availability of guidelines for integrated disease surveillance and response. It provides necessary technical support for strengthening national communicable disease surveillance systems through the implementation of the Regional Strategy for Integrated Disease Surveillance and the International health Regulations.

    IDS establishes links with national Centres of Excellence (CoE), regional and global networks for disease surveillance thereby participating in global effort for the control of communicable diseases through the International Health regulations (IHR) implementation which will stimulate the IDSR implementation within the region.

    Featured news

    Group photo of delegates Validation Meeting WHO Representative Minister of Health
     | News release
    Seychelles takes the lead as the first country in the African Region to adapt and validate the WHO/AFRO’s 3rd Edition Integrated Diseases Surveillance and Response (IDSR) Technical Guidelines
    Cross session of representatives from various institutions during the commemoration of the World Rabies Day in Monrovia
     | News release
    Liberia Commemorates World Rabies Day
    WHO National Epidemiologist sensitizing the Community Health Volunteers on the IDSR priority diseases and conditions, Gbarpolu County
     | News release
    WHO Supports Training of 450 Community Health Volunteers to Enhance Community Case Detection
    A flood affected victim thankfully receives supplies provided through the one UN support in Dolo's Town, Margibi County
     | News release
    Over 29,000 Flood Affected Victims Benefit from One United Nations (UN) Support

    Events

    There are no events at this time.