World Health Organization
Drafting Guidelines on the Prevention and Containment of Global Communicable Diseases
The World Health Organization is a specialized agency composed of 194 members in the UN, who are grouped according to regional distribution. When founded in 1948, the agency was tasked with ensuring the attainment of world public health. The World Health Organization undertakes its objective by improving, monitoring and coordinating international responses to public health crises as well as collecting data.