Today, more than 200 countries in the world are reeling under the corona pandemic, and the importance of the World Health Day to be celebrated on 7th April is further increased. Today, health workers from all over the world are engaged in the service of people infected with the Coronavirus and save their lives. World Health Day is celebrated on 7th April every year. The day was started by the World Health Organization in the year 1950. Let's know what is behind this special day in detail about the history, the purpose behind celebrating this day, and the importance of this day.
The World Health Day is celebrated on 7th April every year on the anniversary of the Foundation Day of the World Health Organization. The World Health Organization, which we know in short as who is part of the United Nations. Its main task is to monitor and help in addressing health problems in the world. The WHO, the World Health Organization, was established on 7th April 1948. The institution is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. At the time of the establishment of who, its constitution was signed by 61 countries in the world, and its first meeting was held on 24th July 1948.
World Health Day was started in the year 1950. The main objective is to discuss global health and related problems. It also aims to spread awareness about similar health care facilities all over the world as well as to dispel health rumors and myths. On behalf of the World Health Organization, governments of various countries are motivated to formulate and implement health policies.
The World Health Organization has played a great responsibility in eliminating the disease like small chickenpox since its inception. The Government of India has also reduced the polio-like epidemic. Who is currently working to prevent life-threatening diseases like TB, HIV, AIDS, and Ebola, and the World Health Organization is currently working with governments of several countries to control corona infections.
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