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Analysis of PPPR Political Declaration

Following the publication of the draft PPPR Political Declaration, the following analysis shows where Member States have delivered on the keys ask developed by over 100 civil society and community organisations and individuals and where further actioned is required. The analysis covers 8 key areas: Community led health systems and health literacy

Analysis: Rev 2 of the PPPR Political Declaration

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

Analysis: Zero draft of the PPPR Political Declaration

This analysis was developed by members of the Coalition of Advocates for Global Health and Pandemic Preparedness, a group advocating for an integrated and holistic approach to preparedness that emphasizes equity, inclusion, and synergies of multiple global health programs in advancing preparedness. The zero draft of the UN Declaration on PPPR comes following a

Civil society and communities statement on High-Level Meeting logistics & proceedings

Following the UN Multi-stakeholder Hearings in May 2023, over 90 organisations published the following statement noting concern over the proceedings of the hearings and subsequent process for drafting and adopting UN Declarations at the three health-related High-Level Meetings this year, particularly the High-Level Meeting on Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness, and Response. Read the statement here

Civil Society and Communities Statement for the United Nations General Assembly 2023 High-Level Meeting on Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response

Pandemic prevention, preparedness and response (PPPR) must be informed by the key principles of equity, inclusivity, and human rights for all. Ahead of the first high-level meeting in September 2023, over 100 organisations and individuals share a set of action-oriented policy recommendations building on the lessons learned from HIV, TB, malaria, COVID-19, and other

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