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EBOLA IS A VIRUS NOT A BACTERIA [Archives]

Day 2 Session 1
PWSMUN 2015



The day started off with a boom, delegates approached their seats with great enthusiasm. Some delegates even tried to change their seats allowing them to sit with friends or country allies. As the executive board entered the room; the eagerness shown by the delegates caused them to hint a smile revealing their anticipation to day 3 of the Model United Nations. Session 1 of the World Health Organization Commenced.

Delegates approached the podium, one after another. The Delegate of Syria tried to convey her conviction toward solving the Ebola Outbreak in West Africa; she claimed how her inability to resolve her own countries problem resulted in her willingness to help West Africa. The representative of the African Union also showed her deep concern in regard to the situation in West Africa. She appealed that, being able to resolve the Ebola outbreak should be our top priority as we can control it, in contrast to when it spread. The Series of GSL’s was followed by an unmoderated caucus focused towards reaching a consensus toward the resolution as well as creating and forming tiers within the committee. The representative of the World Bank also addressed the committee stating that she world fund medical facilitates in West Africa. Facilities that allow people diagnosed with Ebola to meet with their family and friends. The Delegate wished that the committee would help fund anti bacterial glass; correcting her the Chair mentioned it was a virus not a bacteria.The first Session in the WHO ended with a very meaningful caucus on the topic, “Solution to Ebola via physiological and sustainable aid”.

Reporters: Radhika Bansal and Tejas Kumar
Editor: Pooja K. Kumar


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