Currently, Cambodian authorities are struggling to fight with two issues at one time. Both the issues are woven, and involved mysterious disease, which has taken lives of 50 children. The other issue is publicity of the issue across the countries in the world.
Beat Richner, who is the founder of the Kantha Bopha Children's Hospitals, expressed his views on Facebook that there was no need on the side of the World Health Organization to raise an alarm about the deaths. It was nothing, but an unneeded effort from their side.
He continued by saying that it would have been better that the WHO would have raised an alarm, after Cambodian authorities would had enough information on the mysterious disease. Richner talked on the issue, as his one of the hospitals was the first place where the disease has strike.
On the other hand, the WHO was quick on taking defensive role. The WHO officials were of the view that whatever they did was justified under the international protocols.
Moreover, they talked about the same at the time when international health officials said that the matter should be discussed at a bigger podium. "At the end of the day, we live in a global village, and if something is going on, other countries should know", said Nima Asgari, who is a WHO official.
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