4.4. Promotion and reinforcement, particularly in developing countries, HPV training, HPV implementation and effective cooperation between public health and the veterinary sector. Home > About us > key texts > cooperation agreement Recently, the World Health Organization (WHO) was asked by several journalists and others about its relationship with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). It was feared that WHO could not act independently on exposure to radioactive substances and human health, as it was bound by the 1959 agreement between the two agencies. This concern is unfounded. In 2019, WHO signed 1,980 individual consultant contracts for a total of $80,583,599.00; 105 APWs with individual contractors with a total value of $4,061,425.54; 33 agreements (NG) with individual contractors with a total value of $2,012,284.35; and 81 General External Services with individual contractors with a total value of $2,506,995.24. The World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Office of Epidemics (`referred to as the OIE)` intend to coordinate their efforts to promote and improve veterinary public health (HPV) and food safety and safety and to cooperate closely to this end 4.2. organize regional and global meetings and conferences on zoonoses, food-related diseases and related issues, such as feeding practices and antimicrobial resistance, related to the prudent use of antimicrobials in livestock and their mitigation and control policies and programs. 4.1. Reciprocal exchange of reports, publications and other information, including the timely exchange of information on outbreaks of zoonoses and food-related diseases.
Specific agreements are reached between the two parties to coordinate the response to outbreaks of zoonotic and/or food diseases of recognized or potential public health importance. 5.4. Both sides should make administrative arrangements necessary to implement these policies, such as the joint organisation of experts, the joint organisation of joint scientific and technical meetings, and the joint training of health and veterinary personnel. The agreement between WHO and the IAEA follows the middle income model between WHO and the United Nations or other international organizations. These agreements create a general framework for relevant organisations to organise and develop their cooperation according to their programmes and priorities, and do not contain detailed commitments. It is customary, for example. B, that organizations agree on a consultation on issues of common interest or for which one of the parties may have a significant interest.