WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
Topic: Rebuilding Health Systems in Areas of Conflict
Established in 1948, The World Health Organization (WHO) is a specialized agency within the United Nations that specifically address issues dealing with international public health
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Currently a grade 10 student at Crofton House, Emily is delighted to be serving as your Director of the World Health Organization at SurreyMUN 2019. Ever since her first conference as Nepal in the very same committee, she’s fostered a fondness for the uniquely nuanced discourse found within MUN. Three years later, she can confidently say that every awkward introduction, chaotic midnight crisis, and atrocious speech has been undoubtedly worth it. Outside of MUN, she can be found perusing irrelevant Wikipedia articles, misusing buzzwords in debate, attempting to suppress her tears while conjugating French verbs, and consuming an unhealthy amount of bubble tea. Emily looks forward to a weekend of insightful debate, and hopes to create a memorable experience for all delegates!
Currently a grade 11 student in Fraser Heights Secondary School, Patrick joined MUN to exterminate his fear of public speaking. Ever since he stood up and spoke in his first conference, he has found a strong passion in the world of MUN. Now addicted to raising placards, Patrick wants to bring the excitement from his experience to fellow delegates attending SurreyMUN. Outside MUN activities, Patrick can be commonly found indulging himself within the euphoria of sleeping, perfecting his mastery in the art of procrastination, and consuming a Tim Hortons Iced Coffee for his daily dose of caffeine and sugar. Patrick hopes to make your experience in SurreyMUN 2019 an unforgettable one and looks forward to meeting all delegates ranging from “first-timers” to experienced “gavel-hunters.”
As a sophomore currently studying at Crofton House School, Vivian is beyond thrilled to be serving as the Assistant Director of WHO at SurreyMUN 2019. Since attending her first Model United Nations conference in Grade 8 – in which she discovered her growing passion for debate, discussion, and diplomacy – she has continued to strive towards learning more and more about the fascinating world of foreign affairs. When Vivian is not scrambling to prepare for the next debate tournament, she usually likes to spend her time travelling across the globe, sipping bubble tea, or deciphering literary classics. Vivian looks forward to meeting everyone and making SurreyMUN 2019 an unforgettable experience!