Sixty-third World Health Assembly
Date: 17–21 May 2010
Location: Geneva, Switzerland
The Sixty-third session of the World Health Assembly took place in Geneva during 17–21 May 2010. At this session, the Health Assembly discussed a number of public health issues, including:
- implementation of the International Health Regulations (2005);
- monitoring of the achievement of the health-related Millennium Development Goals;
- strategies to reduce the harmful use of alcohol; and
- counterfeit medical products.
The Health Assembly also discussed the programme budget, administration and management matters of WHO.
Beyond Ebola, keeping patients and health workers safe
Investing in trained midwives across Liberia
Closing doors stops deadly surgical site infections in Uganda
Liberia and Guinea discharge final Ebola patients in latest flare-up and begin 42 days of heightened surveillance
Uncovering health inequalities: A path towards leaving no one behind