WHO

Urgent action must be taken to prevent millions of people across the world running out of treatment options for gonorrhoea
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has revealed that more than one human organ is illegally purchased every hour worldwide
As representatives of the World Health Organization Member States arrive in Geneva this week for the 65th World Health Assembly, I feel a cautious optimism about the future, and the future health of Africa. With two female heads of state in Africa - Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in Liberia and Joyce Banda in Malawi - women's health and gender equality are no longer marginalised, they have become central to a nation's potential for development and prosperity. National level attention to women's health and opportunity has become the standard against which our collective progress is judged.