The delegation of Iraq care aboutthe issue of global epidemics there is aremarkably high incidence of communicable diseases among Iraqi children,including those that are wholly preventable with vaccines such as measles andoutbreaks of diarrhea due to a lack of adequate sanitation. Achieving the IHRin Iraq comes as a part of Iraq’s ambition to enlarge the surveillance systemand improve reporting mechanisms in order to fight new and emerging diseasesand epidemics. Global health and foreign policy research the roles of healthacross 4 major components of foreign policy: aid, trade, diplomacy, andnational security. Natural disasterscan become the risk of epidemics by a specific large amount.
In crowded foreignercamps, the outbreaks is still a major concern in public health, causing majorsocioeconomic separation as well a loss of life. However, only from thebeginning of the 19th century when researchers started to understand the causesof the disease and its relevant treatment. Global healthissues have risen to the highest levels of international politics and havebecome accepted as lawful issues in foreign policy. This fixed political preferenceis in many ways a welcome development for advocate of global health, and it hasresulted in increased financing for and thinking to select global healthissues. The Government of Iraq with the support of WHO and UNICEF, completedthe first foundation of the oral cholera vaccination campaign.
The campaign,which ended on the second week of November, the vaccination was provided to229,000 refugees and mentally removed people across camps in Governorates. Oralcholera vaccination should be full and unified package that includes cleanwater supply, improved cleanliness and hygiene to provide protection againstcholera and other diarrheal diseases. The director of the centers for disease controland prevention said “It is the world’s first Ebola epidemic, and it’sspiraling out of control. It’s bad now, and it’s going to get worse in the verynear future. There is still a window of opportunity to tamp it down, but thatwindow is closing.
We really have to act now.” Ebola virus wasable to spread so densely because the national health services andinfrastructures failed. Due to a shortage of knowledge, people did not know fora long time how to preserve themselves. Well-run education systems and healthservices, as well as working infrastructures, are the best insurance againstepidemics.