U.S. Delegation To Attend Global Health Security Agenda Meeting

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Admiral Tim Ziemer, senior director for global health security at the National Security Council, discusses a U.S. delegation’s attendance at an upcoming Global Health Security Agenda meeting in Kampala, Uganda. Ziemer writes, “We have three objectives at this year’s GHSA meeting. First, we want to ensure that GHSA is extended to 2024. There is still much work to do to realize the original GHSA vision of a world safe and secure from infectious disease threats. Second, we want our partners to sustain and strengthen their GHSA commitments. Finally, we want to foster partnerships to promote sustainability and coordination across all sectors, including with non-governmental stakeholders, to prevent the next outbreak…” (10/23).

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