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The United Nations presents . This first-of-its-kind film explores the solutions & action needed to tackle the biggest issues facing humanity, from & the climate crisis to poverty & inequality. Essential viewing!
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Around 4⃣8⃣ million couples and 1⃣8⃣6⃣ million individuals around 🌏🌍🌎 live with infertility. See the overview of global in the WHO updated factsheet 👉
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🇹🇭 launched its response to on 3 January 2020 a 10 days before the first case was detected in the country. Watch how Thailand came together to fight the outbreak.
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus Sep 18
Replying to @WHO @UNICEF
The new / joint programme on , psychosocial wellbeing and development will boost joint efforts at a global, regional and country level. Together!
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus Sep 18
Glad to sign a new Strategic Collaboration Framework with Henrietta Fore to start a new chapter in strengthening 's joint work with on universal health coverage, mental health, public health emergencies, and maternal and child nutrition.
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 18
Replying to @WorldBank @DrTedros
"On behalf of WHO and our co-conveners the Bank, I would like to thank the co-Chairs and Board members for this report and for their recommendations."-
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 18
Replying to @DrTedros
"I want to thank the 🇬🇧, 🇪🇬 and 🇮🇩 for announcing that they will be joining COVAX. My thanks to other countries who are making commitments ahead of the deadline."-
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 18
Replying to @DrTedros
"For people also, we ask you to continue to do the basics. -Physical distancing -Hand washing - -Coughing & sneezing safely away from others -Avoiding crowds -Keeping windows & doors open when you can’t meet friends and family outside. Do it all!" -
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 18
Replying to @DrTedros
"This is a critical moment for countries and we ask leaders to put targeted measures in place that we know can suppress the spread and ensure that health systems and workers are protected."-
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 18
Replying to @DrTedros
"As some countries start to open up we see cases and deaths starting to spike and concerns about potential lack of hospital capacity."-
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 18
Replying to @DrTedros
"We know for certain that there will be future novel viruses and another so called disease X. But we also have the tools and know that the only way confront these global threats is as a global community, united in solidarity and committed to long-term cooperation."-
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 18
Replying to @DrTedros
"In a world that is heating up and where intensified human activity is shrinking wild spaces, the likelihood of spillover of a novel pathogen from animals to humans is increasing."-
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 18
Replying to @DrTedros
"With the right political and financial commitment and investment now, we can prevent and mitigate future pandemics."-
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 18
Replying to @DrTedros
"From endless warnings about the world being under-prepared, all countries need to dig in together and invest to ensure a pandemic of this magnitude and severity never happens again."-
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 18
Replying to @DrTedros
"Developing “muscle memory’, like 🇹🇭 did from previous outbreaks, is key to pandemic response and now we need the whole world to strengthen preparedness."-
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 18
Replying to @DrTedros
"This empowered the country to suppress the virus as citizens played their part in breaking the chains of transmission. WHO recently shared a video outlining Thailand’s response."-
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 18
Replying to @DrTedros
"Leadership across government and public engagement supported by a million community health workers helped swiftly scale up an effective track and trace system." -
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 18
Replying to @DrTedros
"On 13 January, 🇹🇭 was the first country outside of China to record a case of the disease. Thailand’s experience with SARS and H5N1 – combined with a strong public health and surveillance system – gave them the “muscle memory” to respond quickly to ."-
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 18
Replying to @DrTedros
"As I said, many of those countries that responded well have learned from previous outbreaks."-
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 18
Replying to @DrTedros
"This pandemic has shown that whether countries are rich or poor, health systems can be completely overwhelmed and essential services can break down." -
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