The World Health Assembly is the supreme decision-making body for WHO. It meets once a year and is attended by delegations from all of WHO's 192 Member States. Its main function is to determine the policies of the Organization. It also appoints the Director-General and supervises the financial policies of the Organization. This year, the Assembly will review the Proposed Programme Budget for 2006-2007. Other issues to be discussed include the revision of the International Health Regulations and a draft global immunization strategy.