WHO Senior Executives met with EU Commission

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Senior executives of the World Health Organization have met with the European Union team and EU Geneva groups.

Geneva, 20 October 2021 (TDI): Senior executives of the World Health Organization (WHO) have met with the European Union team and EU Geneva groups. They discussed how the WHO can continue to strengthen the organization to deliver health services.

At the end of the COVID-19 Pandemic, both set the purpose to establish a partnership agreement, which can be a key to addressing all these challenges. At the event, several topics were addressed. These include COVID response and recovery, global health coverage, non-communicable diseases, cancer, and mental health.

The partnership is important in working on global health issues. The EU has reported that it is a milestone in the delivery of the COVID-19 vaccine to the world. Also, it has exported more than 1 billion volumes and shipped about 87 million to the low- and middle-income countries – recommends using COVAX. 

Universal Health Coverage (UHC)

COVID-19 has a profound impact on all areas of society leading to a reversal of health gains and efforts to achieve Universal Health Coverage (UHC). Diversion of health system resources to address COVID-19 care has led to long-term disruption of essential health services. Therefore, new barriers to the demand for health care, such as limited mobility, reduced ability to pay, and fear of infection, have brought additional and unprecedented challenges to reality.

The world has not learned from previous epidemics. Overuse of reactions to events as they occur. Rather than precautionary measures means that countries are caught unprepared for the spread of the disease and scale. Unfortunately, the epidemic has hit the most vulnerable people, and COVID-19 has exacerbated previous inequalities.

The World Health Organization (WHO)

The World Health Organization (WHO) will work with its Member States and other partners to support the implementation of the UHC and health security. The WHO is using its UN framework for rapid socio-economic response to COVID-19. At the national level, the role of the World Health Organization’s national offices will be paramount, strengthening the various sectors, and leading government economic and economic recovery and transformation processes.

The WHO will also support the health departments in coordinating other partnerships. Partners, community organizations, voluntary sectors, promoting the health agenda, and mobilizing resources. This includes, where appropriate, ongoing epidemics and response planning. Going forward will review and improve the existing system of monitoring, monitoring, and reporting on national skills and processes. The WHO will continue to support strategies to address key weaknesses in the health system infrastructure in countries with FCV arrangements.

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