During the 1945 United Nations Conference on International Organisation conferred on creating an international health organisation under the auspices of the new United Nations. The use of the word "world", rather than "international", emphasised the truly global nature of what the organisation was seeking to achieve. The constitution of the World Health Organisation (WHO) was signed by all 51 countries of the United Nations, and by 10 other countries, on 22 July 1946 It thus became the first specialised agency of the United Nations to which every member subscribed.

Coordinating international health within the United Nations system is the primary objective of the WHO. Through the developments in technology, the humankind has deteriorated all of the eco-systems in the world, thus damaged their health significantly. This deterioration is widely expected to escalate in the future, and compelling health challenges, especially epidemics, are to come.

In ITUMUN’18, delegates will have the chance to overcome this challenges in the committee of Futuristic WHO through unity to protect their most valuable asset from diminishing, health.

USG: Bican Kutlu
AUSGs: İhsan Zeyveli and Ata Berk