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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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.@Devex & @Philips survey: "93% of survey respondents believe cross-sector partnerships between government, NGOs, and the #privatesector are critical to a strong primary healthcare system that can prevent, detect, and treat #NCDs." https://bit.ly/2QRX7jH

"An innovation system based on government-managed prizes could create just as many, if not more, economic losses." Read the latest piece by @sjezell & @genevanetwork's Philip Stevens on why IP rights help drive greater medical innovation. https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/02/05/severing-link-ip-biomedical-innovation-isnt-answer-global-health-care-challenges/id=118506/

It is impossible for govts alone to achieve the Goals. All partners, particularly private sector & civil society, must work together.

Any assessment of progress towards the #SDGs needs to be informed by civil society: Renata Dessallien, UNRC India

.@FAOWHOCodex is holding its Executive Committee this week in Rome. Learn more on why it is critical to implement evidence-based approaches to promoting healthy diets: http://americasgloballeadership.org/2019/05/23/challenges-of-developing-evidence-based-approaches-to-healthy-diets/

"New treatments and cures are always going to be needed, whether to contain communicable disease outbreaks like Ebola or the coronavirus or to treat #NCDs." -Great piece by @pietropaganini on the role of #innovation in global health. https://www.euronews.com/2020/02/07/time-the-who-and-the-private-sector-acted-together-to-tackle-barriers-to-healthcare-view

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