Duke University Experts Discuss New Policy Analysis On Multilateral Agencies, Global Public Goods For Health
Brookings Institution’s “Future Development”: Are the multilaterals ready to act on pandemic prevention and other global public goods?
Kaci Kennedy McDade, policy associate with the Center for Policy Impact in Global Health at the Duke Global Health Institute, and Gavin Yamey, director of the Center for Policy Impact in Global Health and professor at the Duke Global Health Institute, discuss the pending launch of the Global Action Plan for healthy lives and well-being for all and a new policy analysis led by Duke University’s Center for Policy Impact in Global Health that aims to answer the question, “Are multilateral agencies ready to collaborate to scale up their support for [global public goods (GPGs)] for health in a truly joined-up way?” (9/11).
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