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76th World Health Assembly | Alliance Members Go to Geneva

76th World Health Assembly | Alliance Members Go to Geneva

“This year’s World Health Assembly represents a pivotal moment to advance policy reforms to deliver a more fit-for-purpose, equitable research and development (R&D) ecosystem,” stated the Global Health Technologies Coalition. To accelerate global health innovation and deliver health for all, they recommend WHO member states “take collective action now to establish more inclusive, globally distributed R&D systems and approaches.” Other Alliance members also attending WHA76 include Baraka Impact Finance, Cross-Border Impact Ventures, Gilead Sciences, Global Health Council, Google, Living Goods, Meta, PATH, Pathfinder International, Pfizer, PSI, ReSurge International, and Viamo. 

ReSurge International: Strengthening Health Systems through upscaling Surgical Care

ReSurge International: Strengthening Health Systems through upscaling Surgical Care

Join Alliance Member ReSurge International on May 23, 6:00pm – 9:00pm CEST for a hybrid in-person and virtual event during the 76th World Health Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland discussing the urgent need for a global financing mechanism to enable and accelerate implementation of frontline impact for surgical care systems. The event will also serve as the official launch of the Global Surgery Foundation’s catalytic fund, designed to support frontline implementation activities for the scale up of surgical care system capacities.

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WHA76 | Opportunity to Bolster Global R&D Capacity, Members Go to Geneva

WHA76 | Opportunity to Bolster Global R&D Capacity, Members Go to Geneva

“This year’s World Health Assembly represents a pivotal moment to advance policy reforms to deliver a more fit-for-purpose, equitable research and development (R&D) ecosystem,” stated the Global Health Technologies Coalition. To accelerate global health innovation and deliver health for all, they recommend WHO member states “take collective action now to establish more inclusive, globally distributed R&D systems and approaches.”