WHO’s New Health Emergencies Program Aims To Address Prevention, Response, Recovery

WHO: WHO’s new Health Emergencies Program
This online Q&A discusses WHO’s new Health Emergencies Program, which “works with countries to address emergencies before they happen by working on prevention and preparedness, helps in the response to the emergency, and also, once the initial event has passed, on recovery. The new program builds on WHO’s years of experience working with countries in emergencies…” (10/31).

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