COVID GAP Accountability Report, Issues 1-16

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Summaries and the full publications of COVID GAP Accountability Reports, Issues 1-16 (covering 5/11/2022 - 12/14/2022) are available at: https://covid19gap.org/news/publications The Duke Global Health Innovation Center is a proud partner of the COVID Global Accountability Platform (COVID GAP).  COVID GAP’s Accountability Reports highlight and analyze recent developments, track progress toward national, regional, and global targets, and identify high-priority recommendations for a more effective, efficient, and equitable pandemic response and preparedness. Drawing on data across many sources, our team tracks important measures of progress on commitments and remaining gaps, helping to hold leaders and organizations to account on these actions.
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Global Health Security Agenda Needs Stronger Core to Increase Effectiveness

Global Health Security Agenda Needs Stronger Core to Increase Effectiveness

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The Global Accountability Platform (COVID GAP) blog series. December 12, 2022 By Nellie Bristol The Global Health Security Agenda launched in early 2014 as a bold attempt to jump start health emergency capacity building in low- and middle-income countries. Backed by the US government, the coalition of now nearly 70 countries with private sector and nongovernmental supporting organizations, urges increased attention and resources to prevent, detect, and respond to infectious diseases. GHSA works primarily through Action Packages focused on specific issues such as biosafety and biosecurity, surveillance, or legal issues associated with preparedness. The GHSA provides a unique multisectoral forum for countries at all income levels to share lessons and experiences as they work toward compliance with the International Health Regulations (IHR). Among its innovations, the GHSA developed the precursor to what became the…
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