World Health Organisation (WHO)
The United Nations Educations World Health Organisation (WHO) is a specialised agency of the United Nations, with particular focus on public health. Its priorities include communicable diseases, such as HIV, Malaria and Ebola. The World Health Organisation is the body responsible for the global World Health Survey and World Health Day.
- Implementing global standard conditions for prisons
- Applying measures to improve global vaccination rates
To be announced.