2 days | 70+ Speakers | 10 Panels | A CALL TO ACTION to G20 Leaders, Health and Finance Ministers
G20 policymakers, international organisations, the global health community, the private sector, economists, civil Society, and academia will join discussions and make concrete recommendations to the G20 ahead of the remaining ministerial meetings for 2022.
During a period of growing uncertainty globally, now is the time for multilateral organisations such as the G20 to come together to tackle common challenges such as global health security and global health financing.
The Summit will be opened by Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the WHO.
Day one of the Summit will focus specifically on sustainable financing for health and in particular the new Financial Intermediary Fund (FIF) for Pandemic Preparedness and Response (PPR). Speakers on day one will be made up of leading figures from the finance community, politicians, and global health experts.
Day two of the Summit will focus on other pressing global health issues, looking at health in the digital age, antimicrobial resistance, and the growing burden of non-communicable diseases such as cardiovascular disease.
will be speaking on 2 September on:
Panel 2, 10:45 – 12:00: What are the global best practice initiatives developed in G7, G20 and beyond during the pandemic? How can we make them more sustainable and strengthen efficient multilateral and cross-sectoral cooperation?
Panel 3, 13:00 – 14:00: Delivery to the last mile? – how can we strengthen supply chains and support mutual recognition for international manufacturing hub & research to strengthen our global health architecture?