Immunizations; Infant Mortality Rate ; International Health; Iodine; Maternal and Child Health; Poverty; Sanitation in Developing Countries; Smallpox; Thyroid Disorders; Tropical. Negotiation for a tobacco-control convention may lead to greater success for WHO's Tobacco-Free Initiative. 56 Other publications of WHO include the Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 57 the Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal (overseen by emro 58 the Human Resources for Health (published in collaboration with BioMed Central 59 and the Pan American Journal of Public Health (overseen. By 2020, maternal mortality rates will be halved; the worldwide burden of disease will be substantially decreased by reversing the current trends of incidence and disability caused by tuberculosis, malaria, HIV/aids, tobacco-related diseases, and violence; measles will be eradicated; and lymphatic filariasis eliminated. Although it inherited specific tasks relating to epidemic control, quarantine measures, and drug standardization from the Health Organization of the. It adopted, in 1951, the International Sanitary Regulations, later (in 1971) renamed the International Health Regulations. Essential trauma care project. Brock Chisholm was appointed Director-General of WHO, having served as Executive Secretary during the planning stages. These campaigns have had some success against aids, tuberculosis, malaria, and a variety of other diseases. 70 euro South-East Asia New Delhi, India North Korea is served by searo. In a real sense, the WHO is an international health cooperative that monitors the state of the world's health and takes steps to improve the health status of individual countries and of the world community.
The goal of Health for All (HFA adopted by member states at the 1977 World Health Assembly, called for the attainment by all people of the world of a level of health that will permit them to lead a socially and economically productive life. Roman Catholic Church and aids Edit Main article: Roman Catholic Church and aids In 2003, the WHO denounced the Roman Curia 's health department's opposition to the use of condoms, saying: "These incorrect statements about condoms and HIV are dangerous when we are facing. China, PHC precepts and programs became respectable.
There are 141 WHO country offices, and the total number of WHO staff, as of 2001, stands at 3,800. 73 wpro The Americas Washington.C., USA.
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6), 366418, Geneva: World Health Organization. Regional Office for South-East Asia. 51 The organization develops and promotes the use of evidence-based tools, norms and standards to support member states to inform health policy options. 43 The Global Health Observatory(GHO) 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. Also known as the Pan American Health Organization (paho and covers the Americas. 40 WHO aims to improve access to health research and literature in developing countries such as through the hinari network. WHO World Health Survey. Regional Office for the Americas.