Historical Dictionary of the World Health Organization

Smallpox Eradication: The successful global campaign led by WHO to eliminate smallpox, a deadly infectious disease, by 1980.

Alma Ata Declaration: A 1978 declaration highlighting the importance of primary health care as a means to achieve "Health for All" by the year 2000.

Global Polio Eradication Initiative: A collaborative effort by WHO and partners to eliminate polio worldwide, significantly reducing the disease's prevalence.

Ebola Virus Outbreak (2014-2016): WHO's response to the West Africa Ebola outbreak, demonstrating its role in coordinating international responses

World Health Report: An annual publication by WHO focusing on a specific health issue, providing in-depth analysis and recommendations.

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