Data on the map are based on the JRF, a monitoring tool created by WHO and UNICEF, which takes the form of a declarative questionnaire sent to all Member States twice a year.
When the mouse is moved over a country, a pop-up appears indicating the status of the NITAG, based on the 6 WHO criteria from the WHO-UNICEF JRF:
- Meets at least once a year
- At least 5 areas of expertise represented
- Conflict of interest policy implemented
- A legislative or administrative basis
- Formal terms of reference
- Circulate the agenda and background documents a week before the meeting
NITAG status as of December 2017
- NITAG (No further data available or neither terms of reference nor legislative basis)
- NITAG meets 1 to 5 WHO criteria
- NITAG meets all 6 basic WHO criteria
- Non applicable
* No further data available or neither terms of reference nor legislative basis
The information shown on the map is derived from the WHO-UNICEF Joint Reporting Form (JRF), dated 2017. The questionnaire is declarative, and WHO and UNICEF do not check the accuracy of every reply.
The boundaries, names and designations used in this map do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the entities that maintain this website.
No information about a NITAG means there is no country datasheet.