World Health Organization
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World Health Organization Employee Review

WHO is an agency under UN therefore it is a humanitarian organisation, so working there is an opportunity to serve humanity

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July 23, 2020
I worked with WHO on SPECIAL SERVICE AGREEMENT (SSA) and was relieved of my job due to polio virus eradication in Nigeria. Thete is no fund to maintain staff under polio eradication program. I really contributed to this historic achievement. WHO has achieved more in providing health for all around the globe and it need to be funded adequately in order to achieve more.
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Pros
Salary is commiserate and is paid in time, Working environment is conducive with computers and cellphones to aid the work
Cons
No staff development programme in terms of training either locally or internationally
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  1. WHO is an agency under UN therefore it is a humanitarian organisation, so working there is an opportunity to serve humanity