The WHO Country Office in Poland was established in 1992 in Warsaw. It serves as the focal point for WHO activities in Poland. The country team consists of two staff members and focuses on the fields of public health, health care systems, tobacco control, noncommunicable diseases, and environment and health.

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Opportunity for improvement as new WHO report sheds light on promotion of unsuitable baby foods in Poland

A new WHO/Europe report, “Improving the nutritional quality of commercial foods for infants and young children in Poland”, concludes that inappropriate promotion is a widespread practice, echoing other recent reports coming from many countries of the WHO European Region.


The UN at 75

2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the United Nations.

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