Zika outbreak creates havoc in the minds of the people across Continents. The mosquito virus is directly affecting the new born babies. You should have known the dire health consequences your child may face in case they contract with virus. WHO is relentlessly planning for virus vaccine in every possible manner.
After the outbreak of Zika virus, World Health Organization has created a global emergency response plan to tackle neonatal malformations, and neurological conditions associated to the Zika. As Zika virus and disorders affects the new born baby the strategy focuses on the countries. In the process, coordinating partners will effectively communicate risks, guidance, and protection measure.
Statistics from the WHO Reveals
- $56 million is required to implement the Strategic Response Framework and Joint Operations Plan.
- $25 million would fund the WHO/AMRO/PAHO response.
- $31 million would fund the work of key partners.
WHO has funded about 56 million US dollars to complete the strategic response, and the period allotted for the implementation period is six months. The entire responsive program is participated by 23 nations. The response strategy can be established when the following requirements are sought such as Surveillance (7.1M), community engagement and risk communications (15.4).
The surveillance will provide up to date current information on Zika virus and associated complications. Response action involves all measures that help people in preventing and controlling and the provision of guidance to pregnant women and families.