World Health Organization (WHO)

Agenda Item: Combatting Human Organ Trafficking

Agenda Item: Rehabilitation measures for all types of addictions and drug restrictions

The World Health Organisation (WHO) is a specialised agency of the United Nations responsible for international public health, which was established in 1948 and is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. The WHO addresses a wide range of global health issues, including but not limited to infectious diseases, non-communicable diseases, mental health, maternal and child health, and the effects of climate change on health. In the first agenda of the MESMUN’24 WHO committee, delegates will discuss the issue of “Human Organ Trafficking”. The crime of organ trafficking has been increasing at a remarkable rate in recent centuries. Many factors such as income inequalities, the proportional excess of the elderly population in the West, refugee camps and migrations, increased cases of missing children, wars and human trafficking are shown as the main reasons for increasing organ trafficking. Following the first agenda item, we will proceed with the second agenda item “ Rehabilitation measures for all types of  addictions and drug restrictions“ the delegates are expected to propose treatment methods for each addiction and ensure that these treatments are accessible to everyone and that there are rehabilitation centres in every country where the same standards will be applied. The Committee effectively tackles global health challenges by promoting international cooperation and coordination. Therefore, as the WHO committee, you are expected to find solutions to health problems around the world, enable people to live healthier lives, raise health standards worldwide and improve health policies