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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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.@SecBlinken noted that strengthening and reforming the #WHO will better position it to prevent, detect, and respond to future pandemics
https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/defence/un-chief-appreciates-critically-important-partnership-between-us-un-in-responding-to-pressing-global-challenges/articleshow/80877938.cms

As we look back at #UNEA5: real solutions to #endplasticwaste will indeed require innovative new ideas and private sector engagement -- read more about new ideas from #Ghana, #Indonesia, #Uganda and more. https://endplasticwaste.org/Our-Stories/6-bright-ideas-in-2021

1/2 "MTN’s initiative to support the African Union’s COVID-19 vaccination program is highly commendable. With a pandemic at our heels and a financial gap that set our health equity efforts to a huge challenge, time for public-private partnerships is now... https://twitter.com/MTNRwanda/status/1354698752020393987

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1/2 #YelloHope: MTN has pledged to support the fight against #COVID19 in Rwanda by donating Rwf 50 million for oxygen concentration monitoring equipment. @RwandaHealth @DrDanielNgamije @RBCRwanda @RURA_RWANDA @RwandaICT 3

"Intellectual property is at the foundation of medical innovation. Without them, the world would be defenseless against future pandemics." Read more about the role of innovation in fighting #COVID19, and the danger of short-sighted steps to undermine it. https://www.modernghana.com/news/1058008/why-ip-matters-for-covid.html

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