World Hepatitis Day 2014: Think again

Every year on 28 July, WHO and partners mark World Hepatitis Day to increase awareness and understanding about viral hepatitis and the diseases that it causes. This year's theme, 'Think Again' acknowledges we do not know nearly enough about viral hepatitis as a health threat in much of the world. What we are learning is that transmission continues unabated in many settings leading to substantial morbidity and mortality.

BRICS and global health policy seminar

Recognizing the rather unique position of BRICS to influence health at global level, the June 2014 issue of WHO Bulletin is devoted to the theme of “BRICS and Global Health”. This special edition – a joint initiative of WHO Representatives in BRICS countries - was released on 23 June 2014 in New Delhi amidst strong presence of participants from BRICS countries.

Advancing Universal Health Coverage in India

Echoing the increasing attention given to enhancing access to health services while reducing financial hardship caused by out of pocket spending on health in the country, a panel discussion supported by the United Nations in India held in New Delhi on 8 May 2014 deliberated on India’s route to Universal Health Coverage.

India attains freedom from polio

The South-East Asia Regional Certification Commission for Polio Eradication (SEA-RCCPE) has declared the South-East Asia Region of the World Health Organization polio-free today. Under the dynamic leadership of its Regional Director, Dr Poonam Khetrapal Singh, the South-East Asia Region of WHO is the fourth Region to attain this distinction.


WHO Representative to India

WHO Representative and secretariat



WHO guidelines

A selection of evidence-based guidelines


Employment

Vacancies in the WHO Country Office for India


World Health Day

World Health Day 2014


WHO reform

Addressing public health challenges in the 21st century


Sixty-seventh World Health Assembly

Geneva, 19-24 May 2014