Public Health Emergency Management


  • Public at risk: Early detection and prompt response to public health emergency. Timely information regarding the risks,
  • Public at large: Absence of epidemic, Protection and safety from emergencies

Stake holders

  • FMOH  & Health Offices at all levels: Strong system on public health emergencies in order to respond for various hazards. Implementation of proclamation of Public health.
  • Health Professionals: Continual and updated health education.
  • Various Gov’t sectors: Continual consultation forum and information exchanging  on public health emergencies
  • Civic & Professional Associations: Continual consultation forum and information exchanging.
  • Neighbouring Countries: Continual consultation forum and information exchanging  on public health emrgencies.
  • Development Partners: Effective and efficient resource utilization.
  • Private sector: Protection of their employees from hazards

Key Activities



Early warning

Through public intelligence and diseases surveillances of immediately as well as weekly reportable diseases

Public health emergency preparedness

Through coordination and partnership, strengthening early warning and communication, capacity building and pre positioned supplies

Public Health emergency response

Through outbreak investigation/ rapid assessment  control and prevention measures and M&E


Through rehabilitation and evaluation