Ireland's health minister, Simon Harris, called the appointment "offensive, bizarre".
After an outcry by global leaders and health experts, Tedros said in a statement that he had reflected and changed his mind about the appointment, calling it in the best interests of the United Nations health agency.
As the Guardian reported, the Zimbabwean leader was head of the African Union when it endorsed Tedros's appointment as director-general of World Health Organization earlier this year, leading some in the global medical community to believe he was returning the favor.
Dr Tedros, elected under the slogan "let's prove the impossible is possible" had said he hoped Mr Mugabe would use his goodwill ambassador role to "influence his peers in the region".
"Staff often go without pay, medicines are in short supply, and Mugabe, who has outlived the average life expectancy in his country by three decades, travels overseas for medical treatment", the BBC reported. "It goes against the goals of protecting the world's most vulnerable populations".
He noted that Mugabe himself had travelled to Singapore for medical treatment three times this year rather than in his homeland.
Tedros, who took charge of World Health Organization in July, said he had "listened carefully" to those who condemned the decision and spoken to the Harare government.
"The inordinate noise around the designation of the President [Mugabe] as WHO Global Ambassador for Africa does not assist the cause in the first place".
Supporters and critics of the former Ethiopian health minister, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, aka Dr. Tedros, the first African to hold the WHO post, had taken to social media to express divergent interpretations.
Other Zimbabweans expressed delight at the news. One of the country's largest hospitals had no running water and patients are asked to bring in their own bucket of water, he added.
Mugabe has been accused of violent repression, election rigging and presiding over economic ruin during his 37 years as Zimbabwean leader.
The announcement of the line of credit was made during the visit of Prime Minister Hasina to India in April. India has extended three lines of credit amounting to United States dollars 8 billion to Bangladesh so far.
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