The 6th GHSA Ministerial Meeting

The 6th Global Health Security Agenda Ministerial Meeting was hosted by the Kingdom of Thailand on November 18-20, 2020, under the theme “Bridging Cooperative Action for Global Health Security.”

A partnership against global health threats

The Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA) is a group of more than 70 countries, international organizations and non-government organizations, and private sector companies that have come together to achieve the vision of a world safe and secure from global health threats posed by infectious diseases.

To realise this vision, the GHSA leverages and complements the strengths and resources of multisectoral and multilateral partners to address priorities and gaps in efforts to build and improve country capacity and leadership in the prevention and early detection of, and effective response to, infectious disease threats.

GHSA2024 Target

By 2024, more than 100 countries that have completed an evaluation of health security capacity will have undergone planning and resource mobilization to address gaps, and will be in the process of implementing activities to achieve impact. These countries will strengthen their capacities and demonstrate improvements in at least five technical areas to a level of ‘Demonstrated Capacity’ or comparable level, as measured by relevant health security assessments, such as those conducted within the WHO IHR Monitoring and Evaluation Framework.

GHSA Statement


“I reaffirm that GHSA will continue our commitment to strengthen country capacities to prevent, prepare, detect, and respond to global health security infectious disease threats.”

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Public Health,
HE Anutin Chanvirakul, on behalf of the GHSA Steering Group

GHSA Leadership Meetings

GHSA Leadership Meeting 1
GHSA Leadership Meeting 2

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