WHO DG Tedros Discusses Plans For Organization In Devex Interview

Devex: Q&A: Tedros on internal policies, staff engagement, and legacy
“For the past six months, World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has been laying the groundwork for how he will run and lead the institution. Now, member states and observers in the global health community are watching closely to see what comes next. As part of our exclusive interview with the WHO aid chief, Devex sat down with Tedros to learn more of his plans for the organization, how he aims to move forward with his gender parity goals amid a new United Nations policy that could affect succession planning, what his plans are to promoting a more open recruitment process at the organization, and what legacy he intends to leave WHO…” (Ravelo, 2/8).

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