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01 Oct 2009 description

Executive Summary

1. The Secretary General of the United Nations and the Director-General of WHO called a meeting on 6 July 2009 to express concern that the H1N1 virus could have a severe impact on low income countries over the coming months. They called on the international community to provide resources to help the least resourced countries to withstand these impacts. At this meeting, donors asked the UN system, WHO and the World Bank to develop a more detailed assessment of what is required.

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17 Aug 2009 description

La OMS, la FICR, la UNSIC, la OCAH y el UNICEF, animados por el imperativo humanitario, trabajarán con asociados como las Sociedades de la Cruz Roja y la Media Luna Roja, las ONG y la sociedad civil para apoyar a gobiernos y comunidades en la reducción del impacto de la pandemia (H1N1) 2009.

17 Aug 2009 description

Portés par l'impératif humanitaire, l'OMS, la FICR, l'UNSIC, l'OCHA et l'UNICEF s'emploieront avec les Sociétés de la Croix-Rouge et du Croissant-Rouge, les ONG, la société civile et autres partenaires à aider les gouvernements et les collectivités à réduire l'impact de la pandémie de H1N1 en 2009.

17 Aug 2009 description

WHO, IFRC, UNSIC, OCHA and UNICEF, prompted by the humanitarian imperative, will work with partners such as the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, NGOs and civil society to support governments and communities to reduce the impact from the pandemic (H1N1) 2009.

Key principles

- The H1N1 influenza pandemic is spreading rapidly, but its future evolution cannot be predicted.