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The bipartisan bills (H.R.1145 & S.812) aim to regain observer status for Taiwan in the WHO!

Bill Info

Senate: S.812

  • Sponsor: Sen. Menendez, Robert [D-NJ] 
    (Introduced 03/17/2021) 
  • Cosponsors: (1) [R:1]
  • Committees: Senate – Foreign Relations
  • Latest Action: Senate – 03/17/2021 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations. (All Actions)
  • Status: Introduced

House: H.R.1145

  • Sponsor: Rep. Kim, Young [R-CA-39] 
    (Introduced 02/18/2021) 
  • Cosponsors: (71)
    [R:43, D:28]
  • Committees: House – Foreign Affairs
  • Latest Action: House – 02/18/2021 Referred to the House Committee on Foreign Affairs. (All Actions)
  • Status: Introduced

What does this bill do?

If passed, the bill will request the Secretary of State to develop a strategy to regain observer status for Taiwan in the World Health Organization.

Why is it important?

The systematic shunning by the WHO of Taiwan is unconscionable because:

  • It compromises the health of Taiwan’s 23 million people
  • It denies the world the benefits of Taiwan’s abundant public health and technical resources.

Email to Your Members of Congress

It is easy and can be done in 3 minutes!

  1. Fill in the form below and click the “Take Action” button.
  2. You will see your Congress Members’ names and the two draft email templates (for Senate and House). Feel free to edit it.
  3. We strongly encourage you to customize the email by adding your Congress Member’s name to the first line and sign your name at the end of the email.
  4. Click the “Send Email” button, and our system will send the email to your Member’s congressional office directly.

After sending the email, please share the information with your friends and family and invite them to join the campaign. We can make a change if we work together!

** If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to 
FAPA Project Coordinator Chihyun Huang at cy.huang@fapa.org. **

The bipartisan bills (H.R.1145 & S.812) aim to regain observer status for Taiwan in the WHO!

Bill Info

  • Sponsor: Sen. Menendez, Robert [D-NJ] 
    (Introduced 03/17/2021) 
  • Cosponsors: (1) [R:1]
  • Committees: Senate – Foreign Relations
  • Latest Action: Senate – 03/17/2021 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations. (All Actions)
  • Status: Introduced
  • Sponsor: Rep. Kim, Young [R-CA-39] (Introduced 02/18/2021) 
  • Cosponsors: (71) [R:43, D:28]
  • Committees: House – Foreign Affairs
  • Latest Action: House – 02/18/2021 Referred to the House Committee on Foreign Affairs. (All Actions)Status: Introduced.

What does this bill do?

If passed, the bill will request the Secretary of State to develop a strategy to regain observer status for Taiwan in the World Health Organization.

Why is it important?

The systematic shunning by the WHO of Taiwan is unconscionable because:

  • It compromises the health of Taiwan’s 23 million people
  • It denies the world the benefits of Taiwan’s abundant public health and technical resources.

Email to Your Members of Congress

It is easy and can be done in 3 minutes!

  1. Fill in the form below and click the “Take Action” button.
  2. You will see your Congress Members’ names and the two draft email templates (for Senate and House). Feel free to edit it.
  3. We strongly encourage you to customize the email by adding your Congress Member’s name to the first line and sign your name at the end of the email.
  4. Click the “Send Email” button, and our system will send the email to your Member’s congressional office directly.

After sending the email, please share the information with your friends and family and invite them to join the campaign. We can make a change if we work together!

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to  FAPA Project Coordinator Chihyun Huang at cy.huang@fapa.org.