Should the need arise, it will be used to meet expenses such as emergency health kits, medicines, facilities and equipment for temporary shelters, among other things.
What does EHK stand for?
EHK stands for Emergency Health Kits (UN World Health Organization)
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We have 2 other meanings of EHK in our Acronym Attic
- Enhanced Human Immunodeficiency Virus
- Electronic Health Information Exchange
- Environmental Health Journal (Chadwick House Group, Ltd.; UK)
- European Heart Journal
- Euskal Herria Journal (Basque Country, Spain)
- East Hampshire Joint Advisory Committee (UK)
- Environmental Health and Justice Collaborative (Chattanooga, TN)
- Engrossed House Joint Resolution (Washington State Legislature)
- Eastern Habitat Joint Ventures
- Elternverein für Hochbegabte Kinder (German: Parent Association for Gifted Children; Switzerland)
- Energasindo Heksa Karya (Indonesian company)
- Epidermolytic Hyperkeratosis
- Epson Hong Kong Limited (est. 1980)
- Établissement Hatem Krichen (Tunisian subcontracting company)
- Euskal Herriko Komunistak
- Echo Hills Kennel Club (Troy, OH)
- Eskisehir Hayvanlari Koruma Dernegi (Turkish)
- Elly Heuss Knapp Gymnasium
- Einheitliche Hoehere Kommunikationsprotokolle (Telekom Germany)
- Elly-Heuss-Knapp Schule (German: Elly-Heuss-Knapp School)
Samples in periodicals archive:
She said, the WHO provides all the medicines according to the demand of provincial government and installed water filtration plants in Badin, WHO has also provided emergency health kits, clean delivery kits, hygiene kits and Aqua tablets for water purification, she added.
To a question about the government efforts for recovery of the patients and controlling the situation, she said that 48 emergency health kits were provided to the affected areas, adding that one kit caters for a population of 6,000 for one month and each has delivery kit for 20 females as well.
In this regard World Health Organisation (WHO) has distributed a total of 144 cholera kits which would facilitate 72,000 patients, 129 emergency kits which are enough to meet the basic health needs of 780,000 people for one month, four inter-agency emergency health kits for 24,000 people for one month), three surgical supply kits having treatment facilities to 18,000 people, 750 vials of anti-snake venom and 1500 hygiene kits.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has distributed a total of 144 cholera kits which would facilitate 72,000 patients, 129 emergency kits which are enough to meet the basic health needs of 780,000 people for one month, four emergency health kits for 24,000 people.