Is WHO’s Transformation Steering Global Health or Fragmenting Control?

WHO’s evolution mirrors a potluck dinner—you never quite know who’s bringing what to the table. In the realm of global health, the World Health Organization has historically been the go-to guru, wielding its influence in coordinating health standards, sharing data, and fortifying responses to pandemics. However, recent times have witnessed a transformation in the financial landscape of this powerhouse. Shifts from predominantly member country contributions to a surge in private funding have tilted the scales, nudging WHO into a delicate dance between sovereign nations and private stakeholders.

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