WHO is in Iraq with a team of 77 country officers at national and provincial level.

WHO is in Iraq with a team of 77 country officers at national and provincial level, backed by the WHO international technical teams. One of their main tasks is to support the Ministry of Health to get the national surveillance and early warning system and immunization consent.

WHO will continue to support Iraq countries in the region countries in the region their existing health services to meet the needs of the people, said Dr. Hussein Gezairy, Regional Director for the Eastern Mediterranean Region of WHO.. WHO is active in Iraq to national health authorities and civil society organizations in the restoration of basic public health services and strengthening emergency services in hospitals support is also key, the pre-positioning of drugs and medical supplies at appropriate locations.The letter requests Chairman Dingell and ranking members Bartonella and Deal of the House Energy and. Commerce Committee to have been produced to delay implementation of dominion to status Medicaid programs properly trained suppliers and an adequate supply of tamper-resistant pads.