September 18, 2020 | Geneva – The World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF today signed a new cooperation framework to accelerate joint public health efforts to prioritize the most marginalized and vulnerable communities.
The new Strategic Partnership Framework builds on 70 years of strong collaboration between the two organizations and prioritizes four strategic areas that require immediate action at all levels of the organization. These areas are; Including inclusive health insurance, primary health care services and health care, mental health and psychosocial wellness and development, public health emergencies and maternal and child nutrition.
In addition, the two organizations have signed a joint program on mental health and psychosocial well-being and the development of children and adolescents. These 10-year collaborative efforts will contribute to mental health and psychosocial well-being and development, increase access to services for mental health issues, and improve the quality of life of children and adolescents, as well as their carers.
UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta Four said: “Because of the coronavirus outbreak, children and vulnerable communities are facing serious health, wellness and nutrition services. Never before has there been a crisis that required such urgent action.” Strengthen the system and enable every country in the world to invest in mental health and psychosocial support services. “
For over 70 years, WHO and UNICEF have been working to ensure that children survive and thrive and lead their lives in a safe and clean environment. The two organizations collaborate to provide safe water and sanitation services around the world, including high-impact health, immunity, nutrition, HIV and early childhood development interventions, and disadvantaged settlements and conflict environments.
WHO Director General. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus: “At the heart of our work with UNICEF is the goal of a world where every child not only survives but develops and transforms their own community and future generations. As UNICEF and WHO, we play our unique and complementary role with dedication and respect. We continue our commitment to provide health care for all. “This epidemic has shown that no one is safe unless we are all safe.”
Today, WHO and UNICEF continue to work together to stop the coronavirus epidemic and to ensure that every woman and child has access to all the necessary health services, including vaccinations and health check-ups. Two companies; In addition to CEPI and Global Immunization Partners, Gavi is working together to assist countries in promoting and supplying the coronavirus vaccine as part of the “Accelerate Access to Coronavirus Tools” (ACT-A) initiative. In addition, companies are strengthening the health care system, which includes a degree of health care. Thus, the United Nations High Level Declaration on Astana Declaration and Inclusive Health Insurance agreed to ensure access to inclusive health insurance by 2030 and achieve the Sustainable Development Goal No.
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