Prevent a comprehensive national plan to combat antimicrobial resistance (AMR) Adopted behaviors, policies and/or practices that minimize the spillover of zoonotic diseases from lower animals into human populations A whole-of-government national biosafety and biosecurity system is in place. A functioning national vaccine delivery system
Detect Real-time biosurveillance with a national laboratory system and effective modern point-of-care and laboratory-based diagnostics. Strengthened foundational indicator- and event-based surveillance systems. Timely and accurate disease reporting according to WHO requirements. Workforce development
Respond Every country will have a public health Emergency Operations Center (EOC) functioning according to minimum common standards a country will be able to conduct a rapid, multi-sectoral response A national framework for transferring medical countermeasures and public health and medical personnel among international partners
GHSA Lead Country AMR –Indonesia, Japan, Thailand – Contributing country Zoonotic Disease –Indonesia, Vietnam – Lead country Biosafety and biosecurity –Republic of Korea – Contributing country Immunization –Republic of Korea – Contributing country
GHSA Lead Country Nationwide Laboratory Systems –Thailand – Lead country –Malaysia, Japan, China – Contributing country Surveillance –Indonesia – Contributing country Workforce development –Thailand – Lead country
GHSA Lead Country Emergency Operation Center –Malaysia – Lead country –Vietnam – Contributing country Multi-sectoral Response –Republic of Korea – Lead country –Indonesia, Malaysia – Contributing country
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