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The World Health Organisation is a specialized body within the United Nations that is concerned with international public health. Relevant agendas include eradication of certain diseases and mitigating the effects of a non-communicable disease.
The WHO also organizes inquiries such as the annual World Health Report and the Worldwide Health Survey.
Being a participant in this council will help delegates understand the need for international cooperation to tackle rising global health risks, and enhance their understanding of public health.
Improving Healthcare for Refugees