World Health Day is used to celebrate with lots of people to provide them with awareness about Health. It is important to look after the Health of every people to make them more Stable and Strong to complete any task easily and quickly.
World Health Day is celebrated each year on 7th April globally. The day marks the founding of the World Health Organization (WHO) and aims to draw attention to important health issues facing the world each year.
Over the past 50 years, this has brought to light important health issues such as mental health, maternal and child care, and climate change. The celebration is marked by activities that extend beyond the day itself and serves as an opportunity to focus worldwide attention on these important aspects of global health.
The World Health Organization was founded on April 7, 1948. Since then, the organization has carried out a huge amount of valuable work, including the global eradication of smallpox and the implementation of a wide range of public health strategies. Now, 193 countries are members and the organization is still working to improve many aspects of health around the world.
What is World Health Day?
It is a day observed worldwide by government and non-government health organizations focusing on promoting healthier living habits that increase the life expectancy of people around the world. There are organized activities, pledges and support plans such as conferences for health workers, briefings for local politicians, informational displays for children and young people, public marches and demonstrations, as well as free or easy access to medical tests.
What is the significance of this year, 7th April 2020?
7 April 2020 is the day to celebrate the work of nurses and midwives and remind world leaders of the critical role they play in keeping the world healthy. Nurses and other health workers are at the forefront of COVID-19 response — providing high quality, respectful treatment, and care, leading community dialogue to address fears and questions and, in some instances, collecting data for clinical studies. Quite simply, without nurses, there would be no response.