About WHO in China

The WHO China Representative Office locates in the capital Beijing.

The WHO China Representative Office is the official representation of the World Health Organization in China, working with the People's Republic of China in achieving good health for China's citizens.

In a rapidly changing and populous middle-income country such as China, WHO's international technical expertise and evidence-based policy advice helps the Government attain more equitable health outcomes, and supports progress towards the achievement of global health norms and standards, as well as the Millennium Development Goals.

Cooperation between China and WHO aims to strengthen the national healthcare system to meet the needs of China's people, and ensure that all Chinese citizens have access to essential health care, especially the most disadvantaged and those living in rural and remote areas.

WHO China puts the priorities set by the Government of China and WHO global and regional strategic directions at the core of its works.

WHO work in China

China-WHO Country Cooperation Strategy 2016-2020

WHO China Office-New space for health

Contact information

World Health Organization China Representative Office
401 Dongwai Diplomatic Building,
23 Dongzhimenwai Dajie,
Chaoyang District,
Beijing 100600, PR China
Telephone: +86 10 6532-7189 / 90 / 91 / 92
Fax: +86 10 6532-2359
E-mail: wpchnwr@who.int