WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
The World Health Organization (WHO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations that is concerned with international public health. Having been established in 7 April 1948, WHO still actively continues to tackle the issues endangering human health. For universal health coverage, WHO improves access to essential medicines and health products, supports people's participation in national health policies and works towards sustainable financing and financial protection. Furthermore, WHO addresses certain topics such as non-communicable diseases prevention, mental health promotion and eradication of high-impact communicable diseases. In order to maintain a healthy world, WHO works to prioritize health in all policies and healthy settings.
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a) Preventing the Spread of Sexually Transmitted Diseases
b) Promoting Universal Vaccination and Eliminating Vaccine Hesitancy
Under Secretary-General: Asmin Akıncı
Academic Assistant: Onat Yigit
Contact: Oguzhan Karaömeroğlu -