The World Health Organization (WHO) provides all kinds of information in the healthcare field, conducts international health studies, develops the process of pandemic eradication since its inception in 1948, and includes 194 member states around the world. Since its outbreak in early December 2019, the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted the global economy, politics, sports, education systems, the environment, and most importantly, human health and psychology. Governments have prosecuted different policies for the pandemic, and through the development of the Covid-19 vaccine, they progress to improve post-pandemic policies.
So, in the WHO committee, the delegates will mainly focus on the psychological and psychical impacts of the pandemic on people (such as bullying, obesity, etc.), the effects of the Covid-19 vaccine, and the countries’ lockdown strategies.
- Impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on society
- Establishing preparedness protocols for pandemics
Under-Secretary General: Gülrana DURAN