Formed in 1948, the World Health Organization has a storied history of trying to improve the well-being of people globally. This committee will have to come together to discuss how to mitigate disparities in healthcare on a world wide scale, and will do so by debating our 2 topics, non-communicable diseases and social determinants of health. Our first topic, combating non-communicable diseases (or NCDs for short) is a nearly insurmountable issue for global health. Accounting for an estimated 71% of all deaths worldwide, mitigating the impact of NCDs will be no easy task, however there is no better organization for the job than the WHO. The second topic is social determinants of health, and this dives into the many ways in which healthcare around the world is tied to the inequality present globally. Delegates will have to research and debate the many factors of a population’s health, and decide how the country they represent will want to tackle it.