The World Health Organisation have one overlaying goal: Better health for everyone, everywhere.
Their primary function is to direct and coordinate international health work through collaboration.
Working together, the WHO partnerships attain health objectives by supporting national health policies and strategies.
The organisation have 194 Member States, across six regions, and working from more than 150 offices. WHO partner with countries, the United Nations system, international organisations, civil society, foundations, academia and research institutions.
WHO is a SDG partner.
The Good Country index have taken it upon itself to use different indicators of how countries effects the international community and putting a value on those indicators. A “glass is half full” person will read it to see what countries are the most international benevolent countries in the world, another of the “glass is half empty” mind will look at it to determine which countries does the least harm to the world community.
The Good Country’s goal is to show that we are one species and as such, there are problems in current time that are best solved in collaboration cross borders and some countries are good at it in some areas and others are good at it in other areas. Learn from those that does it well and try not to sabotage the good intends.
Link: The Good Country