Global health is defined as health issues that transcend national boundaries. This notion implies a shared global responsibility for health and is associated with actors beyond country government. In WHO South-East Asia Region (SEAR), the Regional Committee adopted a resolution in 2010 to encourage Member States to establish policies and programs for capacity building in global health of staff who would be representing their governments at high-level policy meetings, in particular, country’s delegations to the World Health Assembly (WHA), the decision-making body of WHO, attended by delegations from all 194 Member States. An assessment commissioned by the Regional Office in 2017 reveals that the efforts to organize training workshops in respective areas have yielded positive outcomes. At the same time, several challenges have been identified.