Friends Of The Global Fight Releases Transition Document For Incoming Biden Administration, Outlines 5 Priority Actions For U.S. Global Health

Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria: U.S. Global Health Leadership for a Safer and More Equitable World
“[On Monday], Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria released our transition document for the incoming Biden administration: ‘U.S. Global Health Leadership for a Safer and More Equitable World.’ We discuss five mutually reinforcing priority actions for a reinvigorated U.S. global health strategy: 1) Increase U.S. global health investments and align them with other public programs 2) Rally the world to end the three biggest infectious disease killers — AIDS, TB, and malaria 3) Reaffirm global leadership in support of the Global Fund 4) Strengthen pandemic preparedness and health security 5) Advance rights and good governance alongside health…” (11/9).

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