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Healthier world, safer America: A US government roadmap for international action to prevent the next pandemic

Source(s):  PATH (PATH)

This report provides analysis of the importance of developing a robust pipeline of new drugs, diagnostics, vaccines, and other technologies for diseases likely to become pandemics, and outlines recommendations for action from the US government to prevent the next pandemic.

This paper focuses on the impact of the US' global investments in outbreak preparedness in low- and middle-income countries, and urges the current US Administration and Congress to adopt the following recommendations to make America and the world safer from global health threats. These broad categories are broken down further into individual recommended actions, and are as follows:

  • Maintaining and leveraging US global health leadership
  • Developing an international action plan
  • Supporting research and development
  • Providing dedicated and sustained US government financing



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  • Healthier world, safer America: A US government roadmap for international action to prevent the next pandemic
  • Publication date 2017
  • Author(s) Banin, Elana
  • Number of pages 36 p.

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