45 health NGOs establish World Council of Health for “factual and effective” advice on Covid-19 issues

The World Council for Health is an umbrella coalition made up of 45 health-focused NGOs from around the world. They promise to provide honest medical leadership during the Covid-19 health emergency and on other health issues.

Covid-19, 45 health NGOs establish World Council of Health for “factual and effective” advice on Covid-19 issues

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The newly founded World Council for Health was launched on September 22 and says it provides the latest unbiased scientific guidance so that individuals and frontline health professionals can make the best health decisions without being forced into a coercive narrative that does not allow for other interpretations as is the case today.

The World Council for Health is an umbrella coalition made up of 45 health-focused non-governmental organizations (NGOs) from around the world. They will provide what they say is honest medical leadership during the Covid health emergency and on many other health issues now and in the future.

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One of the World Council for Health’s fundamental principles is to build trust with the public. Confidence in public institutions has been eroding, so The World Council for Health has established itself to be completely independent of governments, pharmaceutical companies, and other financial and political stakeholders. In this way, the council is free to promote factual and effective health care advice.

“There are many things people can do to stay healthy,” said Dr. Tess Lawrie of the United Kingdom, who serves on the Global Health Council’s steering group.

She added, “The World Council for Health will provide the latest and best expert guidance on how to prevent and safely manage Covid at home. By providing people with the information and treatments they need and want to take control of their own health, the World Health Council aims to eliminate the prevailing climate of uncertainty and fear.

The Covid treatment guide is the first of many in an ambitious plan to regularly produce reliable guides on a wide range of health topics. These will be readily available on the newly established website.

Other members of the founding steering group explain their different motivations for establishing the World Health Council as a force for good in the world.

Dr. Tracy Chandler of Doctors Speaking Out for Science New Zealand (NZDSOS) was unequivocal in pointing out the urgent need for an independent health agency.

One of the fundamental principles of the World Health Council is to build public trust. “At no time in history has freedom of choice been more important than it is today. But to make informed decisions, you need information you can trust. It is the Council’s job to provide them with that information,” added Dr. Naseeba Kathrada of the Coalition of Caring Health Workers of South Africa.

“Today’s launch is just the first step. Our new approach will transcend national boundaries,” predicted Shabnam Palesa Mohamed, South African founder of Transformative Health Justice and International Legal Alliance for Health.

“There is no greater need than that of humanity working for truth, health and freedom. As we move forward, we welcome other groups that align with the vision of the World Health Council to join us in creating a healthier world.

“It’s not about us, it’s about our children and future generations,” concludes Dr. Jennifer Hibberd, “There is a better way, and we will find it together.

The World Health Council provides the latest, unbiased scientific guidance to help individuals and frontline health professionals make the best health decisions. It is an umbrella organization supported by several leading health and wellness organizations from around the world.

It takes a principled and ethical stance to be free from government and corporate influence. At launch, it had over 45 member organizations, and the organization expects that number to grow rapidly.

STEERING GROUP MEMBERS

Tess Lawrie, UK, MBBCh, PhD, director of EbMCsquared, CiC, and founder of the UK Ivermectin Recommendations Development Initiative.

Jennifer Hibberd, Canada, BSc, DDS, DPD, MRCDC, specialist dentist, clinical scientist and editor.

Shabnam Palesa Mohamed, South Africa, LLB, activist, journalist, mediator, founder of Transformative Health Justice (THJ) and.
International Legal Alliance for Health (ILAH). Chair of the Legal Committee

Zac Cox, UK, BDS, LCPH, founder of World Doctors Alliance, specialist dentist and homeopathic physician.

Tracy Chandler, New Zealand, BSc (Hons), MB ChB, FRNZCGP, FACNEM, MNZSCM, PGDipSEM, Founder of New Zealand Doctors Speaking out with Science (NZDSOS), Cert Dermoscopy, Cert Homeopathy, AIMA Member, ACNEM Examiner, ACNEM Board Member and Treasurer (2018-2020).

Naseeba Kathrada, South Africa, MB. ChB (Natal), founder of the Caring Healthcare Workers Coalition and founder of the Covid Home Management Team Durban

Mark Trozzi, Canada, MD, emergency physician, critical resuscitation instructor

Maria Hubmer-Mogg, Austria, MD, certified herbalist, co-founder of World Health Forum 21

Karen McKenna, Canada, MBA, B.Comm (Hons), PMP, operations for the World Doctors Alliance

Anna De Buisseret, UK, BA (Hons), Dip. Law, Barrister, Retired Officer (LT, 51st Signal Regiment).

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