As the world becomes increasingly globalized, it is more important than ever to consider the changing face of global health and how the international community plays a role in providing for the wellbeing of ordinary citizens. The World Health Organization seeks to work alongside governments to create more advanced and more accessible healthcare for people around the world. In this committee, delegates will be tasked with debating pressing issues that affect tens of millions of people in both the Global North and Global South. HIV/AIDS affects millions worldwide, on every continent, and from every walk of life – however, the way the disease is handled and what treatment is available differs greatly from region to region. Although advancements have been made in treating this disease, there is still much to be done in the areas of education, treatment, and access to this treatment. In an era where life happens ever increasingly online, eHealth has emerged as a way to make healthcare streamlined and accessible – both physically and financially. Delegates will explore this burgeoning field, both its opportunities and pitfalls, including implications for the quality of care and privacy concerns. In the global healthcare market, access to proper healthcare and medicines is vastly unequal. Delegates will also tackle issues such as foreign aid and other funding for healthcare, the need for better health infrastructure, and access to often highly expensive pharmaceuticals that often lock out those most in need from potentially lifesaving treatments. Delegates will work collaboratively to create dynamic solutions to current issues facing healthcare systems worldwide.