Commentary > Bangladesh’s murky games to get Saima Wazed to the WHO

Saima Wazed, the daughter of Bangladesh’s prime minister Sheikh Hasina, at an autism awareness event at the UN Headquarters in New York in April 2016. Wazed’s nomination to the post of WHO-SEARO regional director has raised uncomfortable questions about potential nepotism and corruption. Photo Credit: IMAGO / Pacific Press Agency

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