At this year's 63rd World Health Assembly, MSF prepared a package of information for each of the delegates covering three topics in depth: infant and young child nutrition, counterfeit medicinal products; and public health, innovation and intellectual property. In addition, MSF noted concerns surrounding tuberculosis control, control and elimination of chagas disease, and monitoring of the health-related Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

Read MSF's letter to WHA delegates for an overview of the issues briefly mentioned above.

For more detailed information, read MSF's briefing documents on:

Infant and young child nutrition

Counterfeit medicinal products

Public health, innovation and intellectual property

For more information on this year's interventions:

Global measles strategy

Expert Working Group (EWG)

Update:

To learn more about the outcomes of EWG discussions, read "New direction: WHO's work on the financing of medical research and development is given a fresh start" (16 June 2010)