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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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https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2021/05/09/waiving-intellectual-property-rights-covid-vaccines-wrong/

Rewind: In a SFRC hearing on the global #COVID19 response, @StateDept Gayle Smith discusses "modernizing existing institutions" like the #WHO to be "fit for purpose" + improving global norms, sustainable financing, transparency, accountability, oversight. https://www.devex.com/news/lawmakers-push-us-officials-for-details-on-global-pandemic-response-99894

100% agree. Governments, civil society and the private sector must work together to strengthen #nutrition, access to food and healthy behaviors. Partnerships are the key: the private sector has critical expertise and resources to build effective solutions.

Michelle Obama@MichelleObama

I’ve long said that supporting parents and helping our kids build healthy habits isn’t just a job for nonprofits or government—the private sector has a critical role to play as well.

USAID announces grants to protect Sri Lanka's cities and marine resources from plastic pollution through grants and partnerships with private sector and civil society groups. #PowerofPartnerships #WorldOceansDay https://www.usaid.gov/sri-lanka/press-releases/apr-23-2021-united-states-launches-clean-cities-blue-ocean-program-tackle-plastic-pollution

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