World Health Organization is the United Nations specialized agency for health and centre of leading international cooperation for more than 60 years. The work of WHO is governed by the World Health Assembly and Executive Board and is carried out by the Secretariat.
WHOs priority in the area of health systems is moving towards universal health coverage. WHO works together with policy-makers, global health partners, civil society, academia and the private sector to support countries to develop, implement and monitor solid national health plans. In addition, WHO also supports countries to assure the availability of equitable integrated people-centered health services at an affordable price; facilitate access to affordable, safe and effective health technologies; and to strengthen health information systems and evidence-based policy formation.