Timor Leste joins WHO programme as associate member

WHO programme / 23 October 2019

Dili, Timor Leste. Photo: Tanushree Rao on Unsplash

Timor Leste becomes the latest associate member of WHO Programme for International Drug Monitoring.

Flag of Timor Leste

Flag of Timor Leste

In May 2019, Timor Leste joined the WHO Programme for International Drug Monitoring as an associate member. Timor Leste, which first gained independence and became a United Nations member state in 2002, is now one of 30 associate members alongside the 136 full members of the WHO programme.

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