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The World Health Organization is guidfundamental human right to be enjoyed by every human being without discrimination.along with other UN partners likehealth provider works to provide(physical and mental) etc in refugee campswater, sanitation, and hygiene in health care facilities and homes by 2030.emergency situations it becomes difficultrefugee camps because of meager workforce andits best to contribute in the sector of health and sanitation in refugee camps.New Zealand supported the Human Rights Council’s independent expert’s efforts to clarifythe content of human rights obligations relating toNew Zealand Government contributed $788,053 to fund NGO activities that will work tomeet health, education, shelter, nutrition, and water and sanitation servicesSyria. Individuals with refugee status in New Zealand are eligible for pservices. There has been little research focusing on the special health issues of migrants inAotearoa/New Zealand.After assessing the tertiary necessity ofhealth and sanitation mechanism in refugee campsfor solving the prevailing problemWorld Health Organization (WHO).Health and Sanitation Mechanism in Refugee Camps (WHO).World Health Organization is guided by the principle that health, hygiene,fundamental human right to be enjoyed by every human being without discrimination.like UNICEF, UNHCR etc and with government and localprovide basic necessities as food, water, sanitation,refugee camps and targets promoting universal access to drinkingwater, sanitation, and hygiene in health care facilities and homes by 2030.it becomes difficult to ensure proper health and sanitation mechanism inbecause of meager workforce and inadequate financial support.its best to contribute in the sector of health and sanitation in refugee camps.supported the Human Rights Council’s independent expert’s efforts to clarifyhts obligations relating to health and sanitation issueNew Zealand Government contributed $788,053 to fund NGO activities that will work totion, shelter, nutrition, and water and sanitation servicesIndividuals with refugee status in New Zealand are eligible for publicly funded healthThere has been little research focusing on the special health issues of migrants intertiary necessity of introduce some proper measures for ensuringhealth and sanitation mechanism in refugee camps, New Zealand want to suggest someproblems:and Sanitation Mechanism in Refugee Camps (WHO).sanitation arefundamental human right to be enjoyed by every human being without discrimination. WHOand with government and locals as food, water, sanitation, health carersal access to drinkingwater, sanitation, and hygiene in health care facilities and homes by 2030. But duringto ensure proper health and sanitation mechanism in. WHO tryingsupported the Human Rights Council’s independent expert’s efforts to clarifyissue. In 2013 theNew Zealand Government contributed $788,053 to fund NGO activities that will work totion, shelter, nutrition, and water and sanitation services toublicly funded healthThere has been little research focusing on the special health issues of migrants inensuring proper, New Zealand want to suggest some mode• Ensuring proper psychological health improvement along with physical health whichwill refrain refugees from taking any kind of drugs and make them conscious abouthealth and sanitation.• Taking steps to motivate refugees to take education especially children.• Motivating Developed countries for donate in refugee camps more.• Organizing basic health and sanitation class in refugee camps at least once in a monthin a regular basis and giving prize among refugees for motivate them.• Arrange well for water as near as possible in refugee camps.• Introducing a course along with practical works for improving health and sanitation inUniversities.• Advertising for encouraging volunteer for helping in refugee camps.Reference: http://www.un.org/en/sections/issues-depth/refugees/ http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs392/en/ https://www.health.govt.nz/our-work/populations/refugee-health https://www.mfat.govt.nz/en/aid-and-development/working-with-us/contestable-funds/nz-disaster-response-partnership/disaster-response-partnership-activities/ www.refugeeservices.org.nz/__data/assets/pdf_file/0020/2297/Refugee_Services_Annual_Report_07-08.pdf.