Devex, Johnson & Johnson Explore Intersection Between Global Health, Development In Davos Event, Survey

Devex: How to bridge the gap between global health and development
“It may require a culture change, but making the link between global health and development challenges — from education to poverty — is critical to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. How to move from dialogue to creating a more integrated system was the subject of an event organized by Devex and Johnson & Johnson on Tuesday [in Davos]. While there was an acceptance that the problem was complex, there were several recommendations that emerged, from developing better data, to improving transparency so that platforms and partnerships are not redundant…” (Saldinger, 1/24).

Devex: Health as an enabler for development progress
“…To learn more about how achieving good health can impact education, gender equality, work, and peace and justice, Devex, in partnership with Johnson & Johnson, asked more than 1,200 diverse development professionals and interviewed several distinguished scientists and experts on why and how good health and well-being enables their work. Here are the five things we learned…” (Root, 1/24).

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