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World Health Organisation (WHO)

Note: This is a beginner committee and is only available to delegates from Years 9-11.


Ensuring equitable access to healthcare services for migrants, refugees and displaced peoples

Image by Mufid Majnun

Alexandra Cheung
Head Chair

Hi everyone, I’m Alexandra, a first year Psychology student at the University of Warwick, and I will be your head chair for the World Health Organisation this year! My Model UN journey started since 2016, but have only been extremely devoted to it during sixth-form when I became more comfortable with public speaking and debating, so I’ll completely understand if you feel intimidated or scared during the conference (I’m always here if you ever need help!) Recently, I’ve gradually drifted my focus towards chairing, so there is a chance you’ll see me in other conferences as your chair in the future! Outside of MUN, I am an avid fan of Kpop, a rhythm game player (Project Sekai fans rise up!) and also practice calligraphy from time to time. I wish you all the best in your preparation and debate, and I hope to see you all soon in the conference!


Annie Yan
Vice Chair

Dear delegates, a warm welcome to the WHO committee! My name is Annie, a first year BSc International Relations student at the LSE. I will be your Vice-Chair at this year's YouthMUN 2023. My first interaction with MUN was in 2018 as a member of administrative staff, before becoming a delegate. Some of my favourite aspects of participating in MUN are the friendships that are formed, as well as being able to develop and gain new perspectives on global challenges. To both new and returning delegates, my advice when preparing for the conference would be to familiarise yourself with the stance of the country you are representing in relation to the topics being discussed. I am especially excited to take on a new role as Vice-Chair and cannot wait for the engaging debates as we address issues relating to global health. 

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