World Health Organisation

During the 1945 United Nations Conference on International Organisation conferred on creating an international health organisation under the auspices of the new United Nations. After failing to get a resolution passed on the subject the Secretary General of the conference, recommended using a declaration to establish such an organisation. The use of the word "world", rather than "international", emphasised the truly global nature of what the organisation was seeking to achieve. The constitution of the World Health Organisation was signed by all 51 countries of the United Nations, and by 10 other countries, on 22 July 1946. It thus became the first specialised agency of the United Nations to which every member subscribed

 

Primary role of WHO is to direct and coordinate international health within the United Nations system. WHO supports countries as they coordinate the efforts of multiple sectors of the government and partners and multilaterals, funds and foundations, civil society organisations and private sector – to attain their health objectives and support their national health policies and strategies.

 

Delegates are expected to deal with various challenges and make an substantial effort in order to bring fruitful solutions and be a remedy for people with necessities with the difference of Şahinkaya MUN.

Agenda Item A: Mitigating the Health Impacts of Air Pollution

Agenda Item B: Ensuring the Safety of Genetically Modified Foods

 

This committee is apt for both experienced an inexperienced delegates.

Under Secretaries General responsible for World Health Organisation: Egemen Büyükkaya, Yekta Can Tursun

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