All over the world people are dying. With its near universal membership and strong convening power, the World Health Organization is the primary multilateral organization able to mobilize and coordinate international action on global health issues. The current issues up for debate include ebola, vaccines, and migrants. As the representatives for your countries, you must come up with solutions to these problems without sacrificing ethical or moral principles, and while maintaining proper funding. The World Health Organization has no direct power over individual governments, so it is up to you delegates to achieve agreeable plans and ensure action is taken to save the most lives that you can.