The Regional Committee for the Eastern Mediterranean is WHO’s decision-making body in the Eastern Mediterranean Region. It meets in early October every year with representation from all 22 Member States of the Region and the occupied Palestinian territory.
The World Health Assembly is the supreme decision-making body of WHO, attended by delegations from all Member States. It meets in Geneva in May each year.
The main functions of the Executive Board are to implement the decisions and policies of the World Health Assembly, and advise and generally to facilitate its work.