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Ending complacency: reforming the global health architecture to improve pandemic preparedness

Friday 11 november 2022 11:15 - 12:00

As the world is facing multiple crises, the Covid-19 pandemic is still ongoing, and other health concerns are emerging. Nonetheless, health security seems to have been deprioritized on the international agenda. Global South distrust resulting from the inequity of the pandemic response remains, and efforts to improve pandemic preparedness have so far not had concrete effects.

In this context, ongoing reforms to global health architecture including the pandemic instrument and the fund for pandemic preparedness, are critical to move towards more resilient and inclusive global health governance. This session will aim to drive renewed political leadership towards these developments in a way that brings them together, considering complementary initiatives as well. 

Stage D
Managing the fallout of the multicrisis on populations

Including the participation of (6)

Gayle Smith

Chief Executive Officer, ONE Campaign

Chen Zhu

Vice Chairperson of the National People's Congress, People's Republic of China

Catharina Boehme

Cabinet Chief, World Health Organization

Joy Phumaphi

Co-Chair, Global Preparedness Monitoring Board (GPMB)

Son Excellence Jacinda Ardern

Prime Minister, New-Zealand

Krishna Udayakumar

Director, Duke Global Health Innovation Center

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