To integrate best practices on International Health Regulations (IHR) and preparedness in national policies and improve cooperation mechanisms between EU member states.
Outputs & activities
The purpose of this WP is to build a sustainability plan, to ensure uptake and sustainability of the Joint Action outcomes from WP5 to WP10 at EU, national and/or regional level, and enabling to comply with the implementation of the IHR (2005) and relating Decision 1082/2013/EU.
Activities include selection of best practices and the development of the SHARP sustainability plan.
- Sustainability guidance tool
Guidance tool to ensure that sustainability is taken into consideration by all WPs throughout the Joint action.
- Sustainability Report
Sustainability Report on SHARP sustainability strategy, that will include for each topic (i.e. each WP) priorities and concrete examples of integration into national plans and for regional organizations, including required training and communication strategies.
- Workshop on guidance tool
- MS14 report on selected priority outcomes. The aim of the SHARP Joint Action work package 4 is to develop a sustainability plan, to ensure the Joint Action’s outcomes are implemented and preserved beyond the timeframe and scope of the programme. In order to achieve this aim, it is necessary to select priority outcomes, for integration into the developed sustainability plan. Ideally, the implementation of the selected outcomes in national policies and/or guidelines will be piloted throughout the programme. This report covers the method used to identify priority outcomes and elaborates on the identified priority outcomes.
- Approval of sustainability plan
People and partners
Work package lead: MOH-FR, Marie-Denise Maass, email@example.com
Draft guidance tool on sustainability was presented during the second Advisory Board meeting in Helsinki (October 2019) and submitted after comments to the European Commission. It will be tested in practice, and developed further according to the results.