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Engaging America’s Global Leadership (EAGL) encourages strong U.S. leadership in the United Nations and other international organizations. In particular, we champion transparent policymaking processes that rely on evidence-based solutions and involve all stakeholders, including the private sector.




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At this week's #EB148, U.S. Chief Medical Adviser Anthony Fauci committed that the United States will stay in the #WHO and engage with critical mechanisms to #FightCOVID19 - while also making clear its commitment to push for badly-needed WHO reform. https://www.hhs.gov/about/news/2021/01/21/dr-anthony-s-fauci-remarks-world-health-organization-executive-board-meeting.html

We're thrilled to see @ABlinken's successful confirmation as our next Secretary of State, and look forward to working with him to strengthen engagement, advocacy and reform at multilateral orgs to advance U.S. interests and global leadership. http://americasgloballeadership.org/2021/01/11/eagl-coalition-congratulates-president-elect-joe-biden-and-vice-president-elect-kamala-harris/

With the #WHO #EB148 now underway, we highlight comments from @AnshuBanerjeeWHO that the private sector plays a fundamentally important role in health systems strengthening -- and underscore that business is committed to the cause. https://www.devex.com/news/sponsored/q-a-the-value-of-the-private-sector-in-health-system-strengthening-98214

Manufacturers are pleased to see @POTUS show a clear U.S. commitment to global leadership on COVID-19 and global health by restoring its membership at the WHO and committing to lead the charge for WHO reform. #CreatorsRespond
https://www.axios.com/biden-executive-order-who-world-health-covid-4579d0e5-136a-4792-920c-412ecadf4233.html

The pandemic shows just how much manufacturers need a transparent, science-based WHO that is focused and equipped to succeed in its core mission. #CreatorsRespond

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