Reaffirming the significance of global public goods for health: global solidarity in response to COVID-19 and future shocks

Thomas, Yonette Felicity, Aginam, Obijiofor, Banerjee, Sainath, Ezeh, Alex, Galea, Sandro, Gatzweiler, Franz W., Mberu, Blessing, Nguendo-Yongsi, Blaise, Ogbuoji, Osondu, Reddy, K. Srikanth, Thomas, Margo and Yamey, Gavin M. (2020). Reaffirming the significance of global public goods for health: global solidarity in response to COVID-19 and future shocks. TF11: (COVID-19) Multidisciplinary Approaches to Complex Problems. T20 Saudi Arabia.

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    Author Thomas, Yonette Felicity
    Aginam, Obijiofor
    Banerjee, Sainath
    Ezeh, Alex
    Galea, Sandro
    Gatzweiler, Franz W.
    Mberu, Blessing
    Nguendo-Yongsi, Blaise
    Ogbuoji, Osondu
    Reddy, K. Srikanth
    Thomas, Margo
    Yamey, Gavin M.
    Title Reaffirming the significance of global public goods for health: global solidarity in response to COVID-19 and future shocks
    Series Title TF11: (COVID-19) Multidisciplinary Approaches to Complex Problems
    Publication Date 2020-10
    Place of Publication Riyadh
    Publisher T20 Saudi Arabia
    Pages 15
    Language eng
    Abstract There is an urgent need for collective action to improve key aspects of our global health that can be realized only by addressing the global systemic and structural health inequities that impose significant social, economic, and inter-generational costs. Health disparities have continued to increase within and across countries, regions, and continents, despite gains in some localities. COVID-19 has amplified health inequities that disproportionately impact poor and vulnerable groups around the world. The global scramble to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated the need for a global reaffirmation of health as being integral to the social, economic, and environmental resilience of our planet. Equitable approaches to COVID-19 and future shocks require global collective action on Global Public Goods for health.
    UNBIS Thesaurus HEALTH
    PUBLIC GOODS
    Keyword COVID-19
    Copyright Holder T20 Saudi Arabia
    Copyright Year 2020
    Copyright type All rights reserved
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