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Donors, diplomats and World Health Organization have expressed concern over the handling of sexual harassment cases


Donors and diplomats are protesting against the World Health Organization’s treatment of doctors.

The United Nations Ambassador and the World Health Organization in Geneva have zero tolerance for sexual exploitation and harassment in the UK – and this includes all international organizations that we support financially. He said Associated Press.

“We are in urgent need of cooperation with the World Health Organization and other major donors,” he said.

The United States is the largest donor to the World Health Organization, followed by the United Kingdom.

The concerns were raised by the API. The investigation found that at least two world health professionals had been charged with sexual assault during the 2018 Ebola outbreak in Congo.

The company’s doctor, Jean-Paul Ngandu, and a young woman are said to have reached an agreement to cover the cost of pregnancy, send money and buy her land.

The agreement, signed by two World Health Organization staff members, is “to protect the organisation’s integrity and reputation,” he said.

Another World Health Organization doctor, Dr. Bubacar Diallo, has been accused of sexual harassment and bragging against Dr. Tedros Adhanom Gebre-Jesus.

If three women have sex with him, he will be offered a job by the World Health Organization (WHO). Diallo denies the allegations.

The World Health Organization and the State Department did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation said: “As a donor, our role is to support fund-raising organizations from the grassroots level to the highest levels of transparency and accountability and to take firm action to prevent future misconduct. The group’s third largest donor is AP.

The World Bank is “deeply concerned” about the allegations and will review its relationship with the WHO.

Balaz Ujvari, a spokesman for the European Commission, told the Associated Press that he would closely monitor their investigation and that “any partner who does not meet the highest standards of ethics and professionalism may be able to assess or withhold funds.”


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