The World Health Organization (WHO) has been appointed as the director of Southeast Asia. Sayema Wazed Puthul will officially take charge from February 1. The current director. He will replace Punam Kshetrapal Singh.
This information was informed in a press release sent by the World Health Organization on Monday (January 22) night.
It is said that Dr. Sayema Wazed Putul has been officially appointed by the World Health Organization as the Director for Southeast Asia for the next five years. The current director. Poonam Kshetpal Singh will serve till January 31. After that, from February 1, Dr. Sayema Wazed.
According to the notification, the 154th Executive Meeting of the World Health Organization for Southeast Asia has started today (January 22), which will continue until January 27. After that Dr. Saima Wazed will start serving.
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