World Health Organization
Since its establishment in 1948, the World Health Organization (WHO) has been working with 193 member states to bring awareness to causes of pressing health issues and to fight communicable diseases. WHO strives to fulfill its objectives through the six point agenda: (1) promoting development; (2) fostering health security; (3) strengthening health systems; (4) harnessing research, information and evidence; (5) enhancing partnerships; and (6) improving performance.
WHO is designed for intermediate delegates and is a double delegation committee. Though position papers are not required, they are recommended to ensure delegates feel prepared and comfortable throughout the conference.