COVID-19 is exposing new gaps in health systems globally while widening existing gaps for global health issues that have been emerging as pandemics for years, such as HIV/AIDS, noncommunicable diseases and antimicrobial resistance. Our activities bring together stakeholders who are focused on producing efficiencies in healthcare, innovating in healthcare delivery models, private sector integration in sustainable financing, and the regulatory challenges of access to medicine, diagnostics and PPE for the most vulnerable communities in order to reflect on the past and present and prepare for the future.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a clarifying moment in so many ways. Not only has it unveiled many of the challenges within the global health system, but it also exacerbated longstanding inequities across our communities that need to be addressed. Along the way, the pandemic has reaffirmed the need for a collaborative, global healthcare framework to ensure equity and security against future health emergencies.
Prioritizing women’s health is of vital importance in attaining the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and rebuilding a global economic recovery. Too many gaps exist in health coverage for women and there is a significant need to promote gender equality in national recovery plans.
Our Eisenhower Awards Gala is a very special time every year when we have the supreme privilege to recognize leaders who are making exceptional contributions to our world.
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