Six countries present candidates to lead Pan American Health Organization

The candidates are Camilo Alleyne (Panama), Jarbas Barbosa Da Silva (Brazil), Florence Duperval Guillaume (Haiti), Nadine Flora Gasman Zylbermann (Mexico), Fernando Ruiz Gómez (Colombia) and Daniel Salinas (Uruguay), the PAHO Executive Committee said in a statement.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Panama, Haiti, and Uruguay have presented candidates to lead the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) for the next five years the WHO Regional Office announced Thursday.

The candidates are Camilo Alleyne (Panama), Jarbas Barbosa Da Silva (Brazil), Florence Duperval Guillaume (Haiti), Nadine Flora Gasman Zylbermann (Mexico), and Fernando Ruiz Gómez (Colombia) and Daniel Salinas (Uruguay), the PAHO Executive Committee said in a statement.

The election of the next director will take place by secret ballot during the 30th Pan American Sanitary Conference, which will be held Sept. 26-30.

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