World Health Organization (WHO) is a dedicated agency for the worldwide public health of the United Nations. According to its constitution, the main goal of the WHO is the best standard of health for all people.
It was established as the World Health Organization on April 7, 1948. It has contributed significantly to several advancements in public health, including the abolition of smallpox, the almost complete abolition of polio, and the creation of an Ebola vaccine. A balanced diet, proper nutrition, food security, occupational health, substance misuse, and communicable diseases, including HIV/AIDS, Ebola, COVID-19, malaria, and typhoid, are currently its top priority. Non – communicable diseases like heart disease and cancer are also on the list.