WHO appeals for US$1.5b in funding to address health crisesUPDATE 1-WHO appeals for $1.5 bln in funding to address health crises

WHO appeals for US$1.5b in funding to address health crisesUPDATE 1-WHO appeals for $1.5 bln in funding to address health crises
WHO appeals for US$1.5b in funding to address health crisesUPDATE 1-WHO appeals for $1.5 bln in funding to address health crises

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - The World Health Organisation (WHO) is seeking additional funding to meet the needs in handling various global health crisies. — Reuters pic

GENEVA, Jan 15 — The World Health Organisation (WHO) today appealed for US$1.5 billion (RM7 billion) in funding to respond to the health needs of millions of people caught up in dozens of humanitarian crises around the globe.

“We aim to reach some 87 million people with life-saving humanitarian assistance this year,” said WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.

“To do this, we need support totalling US$1.5 billion, and we need this funding to arrive as early as possible and with as much flexibility as possible... A reactive approach is not enough.”

Tedros said an estimated 166 million people would require health assistance around the world this year, including in the occupied Palestinian territories, Ukraine, Haiti and Sudan. — Reuters

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