WHO (All levels, Mid-sized)

TOPIC 1: Global Maternal & Child Healthcare

As women and children continue to experience high rates of morbidity and mortality, particularly in low-income countries, this problem is compounded by factors such as inadequate healthcare infrastructure, limited access to healthcare services, and poverty. This highlights the need for increased investment in maternal and child healthcare, including comprehensive reproductive health services, immunization programs, and child nutrition initiatives, to improve health outcomes and promote social and economic development.”

TOPIC 2: Combating Global Antibiotic Resistance

Antibiotic resistance is a global health crisis, as the effectiveness of antibiotics in treating bacterial infections continues to decline. This problem is compounded by factors such as overuse and misuse of antibiotics, inadequate infection control practices, and a lack of new antibiotics in development. This highlights the need for comprehensive strategies to combat antibiotic resistance, including stewardship programs, surveillance systems, and research into new antibiotics and alternative treatments, to protect public health and prevent a post-antibiotic era.”