WHO calls for $2.54 billion to help those in emergency situations in 2023 – WORLD
WHO calls for $2.54 billion to help those in emergency situations in 2023GENEVA (AA) — World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has asked to support the $2.54 billion appeal they launched in 2023 for millions of people around the world facing health emergencies. healthcare.WHO launched an appeal to support the millions of people facing a health emergency in 2023. Speaking at the introduction of the emergency call, Ghebreyesus said: “I wish you a happy new year, but this is not a happy year for a record number of 339 people. million people. The new is hope for them. Instead, it brings fear of disease, famine, conflict and climate-related natural disasters that force people to flee their homes.” Expressing that they are witnessing unprecedented crises in 2023, Ghebreyesus noted that the number of people in need of humanitarian assistance has increased by about 25 percent compared to last year: “Worldwide, 80 percent of humanitarian needs are conflict-related. . Half of the preventable maternal and child deaths occur in fragile, conflict-affected and vulnerable areas. These funds will support the work of WHO around the world.” he said.– Appeal for donor supportNoting that these issues cannot be ignored and will not be resolved on their own, Ghebreyesus said, “We are therefore inviting our donors around the world to support the WHO’s $2.54 billion health emergency.” The WHO aims to respond to all these emergencies such as flooding in Pakistan, food insecurity in Africa, the war in Ukraine and the conflicts in Yemen, Afghanistan, Syria and Ethiopia Cholera, measles and other deadly epidemics are also among the crises the WHO is addressing currently.
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