Ethiopia’s Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus won the race to be the next head of the World Health Organization Tuesday, becoming the first African to lead the Geneva-based United Nations agency.
The former health minister and foreign minister, who vowed to make universal health care his priority, won over half the votes from 189 member states in the first round and prevailed in a third-round ballot against Britain’s David Nabarro.
“It’s a victory day for Ethiopia and for Africa,” Ethiopia’s ambassador to the U.N. in Geneva Negash Kebret Botora said.
Tedros, as he is widely known, told health ministers at the WHO’s annual assembly after his election: “All roads lead to universal coverage. This...Read more
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