The World Health Assembly is the decision-making body of the World Health Organization (WHO). It is attended by delegations from all WHO member states and focuses on a specific health agenda prepared by the Executive Board.
The main functions of the World Health Assembly are to determine the policies of the organization, supervise financial policies, and review and approve the proposed program budget.
Experts have refuted longstanding rumors about China's organ donation and transplantation practices by sharing clear and transparent information in Geneva.Read More
The 71st World Health Assembly (WHA), which closed on Saturday, has endorsed an action plan to counter worldwide declining physical activity, especially among young people where 81 percent of adolescents aged 11-17 years do not meet global recommendations.Read More
The China International Emergency Medical Team (Sichuan) received a certificate for being the first non-military international emergency medical team to be recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) at the World Health Assembly (WHA) on May 25.Read More
- [China in WHA] China eliminates blinding trachoma ahead of schedule
After several decades of hard work, China had eliminated blinding trachoma in 2014, two years ahead of schedule.
- [China in WHA] China contributes to women and children’s health
A team of health experts from China arrived at Harare, capital of Zimbabwe, after a flight of more than 30 hours on December 11, 2016.
- [China in WHA] China strives to explore efficient antibacterial drug management model
China has always attached great importance to the clinical application and management of antimicrobial drugs to curb bacterial resistance.
- [China in WHA] China, WHO see deeper cooperation
China has conducted extensive technical cooperation with the World Health Organization (WHO) since the two parties signed their first memorandum of understanding in the field of technical cooperation 40 years ago.