1. Efforts of the World Health Organization to end the current HIV/Aids crisis throughout the African continent.
2.The capacity of the World Health Organization to deal with the international medical black market.
3.Preparing for the health implications of climate change
WHO Briefing Paper
The World Health Organization is a subgroup of the United Nations that focuses on issues regarding health, the promotion of healthy behaviour and the monitoring of mass disease outbreaks. Not only does this group monitor these things it also includes aspect of research support, creating international norms of health standards and provides a base for state based health care approaches and plans. A key area of the World Health Organization is also its ability and jurisdiction to help countries that are facing states of emergency, whether this be because of a disease outbreak or a natural disaster that has triggered health issues.
Ezra Anugrah Bangun
The University of Melbourne