11 Facts About World Health Organization


World Health Organization is a specialized agency of the United Nations responsible for international public health.

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The constitution of the World Health Organization was signed by all 51 countries of the United Nations, and by 10 other countries, on 22 July 1946.

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World Health Organization, did accept that more had to be done to assist maternal health and that progress in this area had been slow.

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World Health Organization promotes road safety as a means to reduce traffic-related injuries.

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WHO along with the World Bank constitute the core team responsible for administering the International Health Partnership .

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The Global World Health Organization Observatory has been the WHO's main portal which provides access to data and analyses for key health themes by monitoring health situations around the globe.

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The Pan American Health Organization became the first region to develop and pass a policy on research for health approved in September 2009.

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World Health Organization is a member of the United Nations Development Group.

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World Health Organization responded by indicating that they had already discussed China and formally ended the interview.

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World Health Assembly is the legislative and supreme body of WHO.

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World Health Organization operates 150 country offices in six different regions.

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