Libya Requests WHO Raise Country’s Emergency Level To Mobilize Additional Resources

Agence France-Presse: Libya asks to be labeled top health emergency by WHO
“Libya on Wednesday asked the World Health Organization to raise the emergency level in the country to the highest category, saying it would help mobilize resources for people in need. There are currently five crises that WHO has classified as ‘level-three’ health emergencies: Iraq, Sudan, Syria, Yemen, and the parts of West Africa hit hardest by Ebola…” (1/27).

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