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World Health Organization
Transcript of World Health Organization
When and why was this organization created?
The World Health Organization was created on April 7th, 1948. It was created to reach the goal of "Attainment by all the peoples of the highest possible level of health."
What is the mission statement of the group?
Like in two slides ago, the World Health Organization's mission statement is "Attainment by all the peoples of the highest possible level of health."
Who were the founding members of the group and what are some member countries?
The founder of WHO is Brock Chisholm. A few of the member countries are India, Italy, Germany, Canada, Greece, United States, Qatar, Zimbabwe, Australia, and Ethiopia.
How does the group enforce its decisions?
WHO enforces their decisions by giving members vaccines if they follow the rules.
How does a country gain membership?
Above is a website stating the procedures. If you follow the procedures, you will be able to join WHO.
By: Thailer P. & Walker W.
World Health Organization
WHO Executive Office
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WHO DG stands for director general.
SAGE stands for Strategic Advisory Group of Experts