Definition of World Health Organization in English:

World Health Organization

Line breaks: World Health Or¦gan|iza|tion
(abbreviation: WHO)
An agency of the United Nations, established in 1948 to promote health and control communicable diseases. It assists in the efforts of member governments, and pursues biomedical research through some 500 collaborating research centres throughout the world. Its headquarters are in Geneva.

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