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World Health Organization


The World Health Organization (WHO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations responsible for international public health. Established in 1948, WHO's primary goal is to promote and protect global health by providing leadership on international health issues, setting health standards and guidelines, monitoring health trends, and assisting countries in strengthening their health systems. WHO plays a crucial role in coordinating responses to health emergencies, conducting research, and providing technical assistance to countries to improve healthcare delivery and disease prevention worldwide. 


Addressing the Health Impacts of Climate Change: Mitigation, Adaptation, and Building Resilient Health Systems

Meet your Chairs!


Seniha Kocak is a senior here at CJCP with a keen interest in the field of medicine. Throughout her high school years, she has dedicated herself to Model UN and gained three years of valuable experience, specializing in the World Health Organization (WHO) for two years and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) for one year. Outside of her academic life, Seniha enjoys shopping, traveling, playing volleyball, listening to music, and cherishing quality time with her friends.

Chair: Seniha Kocak


Varun Ramanathan is a senior at CJCP with an interest in neuroscience. He was a delegate for the World Health Organization (WHO) committee both years. Outside of school, Varun enjoys playing sports, music, playing video games and engaging in outdoor activities. He also enjoys playing chess competitively in his free time.

Vice-Chair: Varun Ramanathan

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