World Health Day is celebrated every year on 7 April with the aim of improving the health level of the people and making people aware of health. The main objective of celebrating this is to provide good treatment facilities to every person in the world, improve their health, raise their health level, and keep society healthy by creating a healthy environment by making them aware of diseases.
When did World Health Day start to celebrate?
The day, celebrated under the banner of the World Health Organization (WHO), began on 7 April 1950, and the date for celebrating the day was set to mark the founding anniversary of the WHO. In fact, on April 7, 1948, a global health body called the World Health Organization was established at the international level with the aim of making the whole world healthy. The tradition of celebrating World Health Day started two years after the organization was founded.
Why is 7 April celebrated as a World Health Day?
World Health Day is celebrated yearly to mark the founding anniversary of the World Health Organization (WHO) in 1948 and to raise awareness about a public health priority.
The objective of celebrating World Health Day
This year, the world struggling with the corona epidemic is celebrating the 71st World Health Day and in such a situation, the importance of this day is many times more than that of this year. In the battle being fought with Corona for more than a year, it is the effort of each country to get rid of Corona as soon as possible and for this, the work of Covid Vaccination is going on all over the world.
World Health Day 2021 Theme
Every year World Health Day is celebrated with a different theme, and this time the theme is ‘Building a fairer, healthier world’. At the same time, the theme of the year 2020 was ‘Supports and Endowed Wives’. The WHO had honored the contribution of nurses and midwives to keep the world healthy in the battle of Covid 19 under this theme.