In response to Rev 2 of the Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response (PPPR) Political Declaration, members of the Coalition of Advocates for Global Health and Pandemic Preparedness have written to Member States highlighting:

  • The importance of OP39, recognising the responses to HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria provide a wealth of experience from which to draw in designing future pandemic responses

  • Concern with the direction of many of the equity pieces with this most recent draft failing to include any call for access provisions in public investment agreements or details on how manufacturing capacity can be strengthened through licensing and technology transfer

  • The need to concretely commit additional resources for existing mechanisms (including the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria) and call to recognise and implement the “all contribute, all benefit, all decide” principles of Global Public Investment

  • The important acknowledgment of community-led health services in PP27, as distinct from community-based services