Author: Nyasha Katena
In order for everyone, everywhere to achieve the maximum level of health, the World Health Organization (WHO), a United Nations agency founded in 1948, connects states, partners, and individuals to promote health, maintain global security, and assist the most vulnerable.
Firstly, we had a guest speaker who was addressing dieting and global obesity rates in the world. The speaker addressed these issues to the committee and the delegates had the opportunity to discuss their different opinions on this topic. After the delegates and the chairs had the opportunity to introduce themselves by organizing a game called ice breaker where they get to know a bit about each other and get the chance to ask questions. They were then divided into two groups to talk about resolutions. The two groups are made of countries that have similar interests or are allies. So the two groups have to come up with resolutions on both topics, addressing dieting and obesity and preventing and combating human organ trafficking.