Office international d'hygiène publique (OIHP)
International Office for Public Health
9 Dec 1907, Rome (Italy), during 12th International Sanitary Conference. After World War I acted in parallel with Health Organization of the League of Nations. After World War II, OIHP functions, together with those of the peace-time aspects of the work of the Health Division of United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA), were taken over by the World Health Organization (WHO), set up 22 July 1946.Available with paid subscription only.
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