Supporting World Health Day as an Organization



In 1949, the World Health Assembly passed a resolution to create World Health Day. This day would be used as an opportunity to commemorate global health achievements and focus on areas of concern. On April 7th each year, individuals and organizations around the world work together to promote various aspects of global health. This year, World Health Day’s theme is “Our planet, our health.” In support of this campaign, we want to share how you can include personal and environmental recovery in your organization.

There are many ways to get involved with World Health Day. One way is to support the initiative through your organization. You can do this by creating awareness within your company or group about the campaign and its objectives. This will help ensure that everyone is on the same page and knows how they can contribute. Additionally, you can integrate environmental and personal recovery into your organization’s culture. This could look like setting up recycling stations, composting food waste, or starting a community garden. By doing this, you’re not only supporting World Health Day but also promoting sustainable practices within your workplace.

Additionally, organizations can participate in activities related to personal and environmental recovery. Here are some examples:


  • Educate employees on the importance of recycling and composting

  • Encourage employees to take public transportation, walk, or bike to work

  • Start a community garden

  • Volunteer with an organization that promotes environmental conservation

There are many other ways that organizations can support World Health day. Some additional examples include:

  • Hosting educational events on topics related to global health

  • Organizing fundraisers for charities related to global health

  • Partnering with local businesses to promote healthy living


Let us know how you will be supporting World Health Day in the comments! Together we can make a difference.

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