Delegates have been meeting in the Congo this week (7-11 November) for the first conference on a sanitation improvement programme for Africa.
SV EXTERIOR: World Health Organisation's regional office for Africa, in Brazzaville, flag flying. (TWO SHOTS)
SV: Delegates seated.
MV: WHO regional Director for Africa, Dr. Comlan Quenum.
MV: Delegates seated.
SV: Delegates listening.
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Background: Delegates have been meeting in the Congo this week (7-11 November) for the first conference on a sanitation improvement programme for Africa.
SYNOPSIS: Held at the World Health Organisation's (WHO) regional office for Africa in Brazzaville, the five-day meeting has been concerned mainly with planning regional sanitation objectives, and discussing the budget for Africa's 1980-81 health programme. Chaired by the WHO regional director for Africa, Dr. Comlan Quenum, the conference replaces the traditional annual meeting of World Health Organisation African representatives. The organisation aims at achieving social order and good health for everyone in all African countries by the year 2000.