The World Health Organization commonly known as WHO was established in 7 April 1948. The main purpose if the formation of WHO is to deal with major health related issues in the world, it provide leadership on health matters globally, it sets the health standards, it provide support to the countries which are suffering from health issues and it monitors the health trends. Among the tasks of world health organization is to take help of all recent medical research, monitor those
and combat the critical and infectious diseases world and to stop them from spreading. WHO focus more on developing countries for setting up adequate and standard health services. There are more 150 countries which are member of WHO, its headquarters are located in Geneva, Switzerland. The main purpose and aim of the WHO is to help and aware people about the attainment the highest possible level of health.
The development and health agenda of WHO includes, attainment of the Millennium Development Goals, aware people to prevent themselves from the attack of diseases, it prevents and treats chronic and critical diseases and also through media and other mediums addresses to us about combating and preventing from diseases.
WHO is working with some of the major health authorities in those countries which are highly effect affected countries in order to solve
solving health related problem. Activities of WHO are aimed at the development of health, it gives priority to health outcomes in disadvantaged, vulnerable, poor and poor categories of world.
WHO gives high priority in strengthening the health systems and it makes sure that all the approaches of health systems reaches underserved and poor populations.
In addition to epidemiologists, medical doctors, scientists and public health specialists, staff of World health organization includes trained people to manage financial, information and administrative systems as well as experts are hired for the fields of health economics, statistics, and emergencies.