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WHO launches appeal for US$ 1.5 billion for key emergencies in 2024

The World Health Organization (WHO) today launched an appeal for US$ 1.5 billion to protect the health of the most vulnerable populations in 41 emergencies around the globe in 2024.
The appeal covers the emergencies that demand the highest level of response from WHO, with the aim to reach over 87 million people. It is being issued in a context of complex emergencies cutting across crises of conflict, climate change and economic instability, which continue to fuel displacement, hunger, and inequality.
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  • johnte ndeto

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    This funds will play a vital role in helping those affected by climate change

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    • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

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      The World Health Organization's appeal for US$ 1.5 billion is a crucial initiative to address health emergencies affecting vulnerable populations globally in 2024. The request underscores the interconnected challenges of conflict, climate change, and economic instability, leading to complex emergencies that impact millions. In the context of the broader fight against climate change, this appeal highlights the urgent need to address health crises exacerbated by climate-related events. The funding sought will not only provide immediate relief but also contribute to building resilience in the face of ongoing challenges, emphasizing the importance of a comprehensive and coordinated global response to protect the well-being of those most in need.

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      • We Don't Have Time

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        • Grace Njeri

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          Extreme weather events are devastating health globally

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          • Saustine Lusanzu

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            This is great, raising money to help people in need should be praised

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            • walter lungayi

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              This shows the ongoing need for global support and funding for emergency responses, highlighting the importance of international cooperation in addressing key crises.

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              • Rotich Kim

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                This is really encouraging health nation is a great win to our environment 💪

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                • Boniface Kuria

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                  I really hope the WHO is able to raise this money. People worldwide are suffering due to war and climate change that has displaced vulnerable populations. Support WHO.

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                  • Joseph Githinji

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                    Kudos to WHO for a great commitment to create a health globe and aid those left vulnerable by climate change effects and economic instability.

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