World Health Organization

The World Health Organisation (WHO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations. The committee was established on 7 April 1948 with the signing of its constitution by 61 member nations in 1946. Since the establishment, it has played a leading role in health caring and strengthening health systems for humanity. WHO works closely with the United Nations system to support its member nations in achieving their national priorities and assuring better health outcomes. WHO aims to increase coherence, effectiveness, and efficiency in delivering results.
WHO is behind the World Health Report, one of the biggest international health publications, in addition to other methods of outreach aimed at the general public. WHO also works to reduce and prevent health risk factors and provides governance and assistance to 194 member states of the United Nations.

Under-Secretary General responsible for the committee: Rabia Eryılmaz

Agenda Item I: Increment of mental illnesses among the youth and it’s correlation with the school environment
Agenda Item II: Psychological effects due to sexual assaults and life-long implications