World Health Organisation

The World Health Organisation is a specialised agency of the United Nations which is responsible for the international public health. It consists of 192 member states. The primary role of the who is to direct and coordinate international health within the united nations system .It is headquartered in GenevaSwitzerland, with six semi-autonomous regional offices and 150 field offices worldwide. The WHO's broad mandate includes advocating for universal healthcare, monitoring public health risks, coordinating responses to health emergencies, and promoting human health and wellbeing.



“Suggesting measures for fair and equitable allocation and access of vaccines for COVID-19.”


Ashima Jha

Ashima is currently completing her bachelors of science (hons) biomedical sciences at the Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences , University of Delhi.

She is a great speaker and has been actively participating in MUNs all across India and abroad both as delegate and as an executive board member. Other than her great public speaking skills Ashima is also a graduate in Indian Classical Dance, Bharatanatyama and holds meritorious certificates in the field of sketching and Fine arts.

Shanu Pathak
Vice Chairperson

Shanu is active in public speaking and activities like debates, elocutions, declamations and MUNs have bagged various inter-schools , internals, inter districts and state level prizes awards. Have participated in more than 30 MUN conferences as a delegate, organising committee member and even as executive board members and been trained into International Relations as an academic by UN certified mentors.

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