How the World Health Assembly works
WHO was established 63 years ago to promote health and ease the burden of disease worldwide. The Organization takes direction for its goals and priorities from the 193 Member States it is designed to serve. Each year, senior health officials from all these Member States come to Geneva to participate in the World Health Assembly. It is at the Health Assembly that WHO's work is reviewed, new goals are set, and new tasks assigned.
The Sixty-fourth World Health Assembly this year has a long and complex list of health challenges and responses to review. In this section, we will bring daily notes on the major public health issues that are being debated during this year's session.
The process at the annual World Health Assembly
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