Pyongyang, April 7 (KCNA) — Minju Joson Thursday dedicates a signed article to the World Health Day.
The international conference on public health on April 7, 1948 officially declared the foundation of the WHO and made a decision to commemorate the day as the world health day, the article says, and goes on:
With due consideration into the influence of the health of mothers and children on social progress and the status quo, the WHO raised cooperation with all nations for the development of medical service, cooperation for the development of medical science, hygienics in particular, the work of training health care cadres and improving their qualification and aid to developing countries as the contents of its basic activities and has strengthened cooperation with governments and medical organizations of all countries and made achievements in this process.
In Korea good medicare environments have been provided to all women and children thanks to the correct health care policies of the Workers’ Party of Korea and the state and the good trait of respecting and rendering preferential treatment to them are prevailing in the society.
Under the man-centred socialist system Korean women are loved and respected as “flowers” of families and society and they are creditably carrying out their duties as full-fledged members of the society. Their children, too, are growing to be dependable pillars of the country, called as “king” of the country at “babies’ palace” when they are born and at “children’s palaces” when they grow.
The positive efforts of the WHO and different countries to promote the health of women, mothers and children and human welfare will bear a good fruit.
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