Tag: Global Health Policy

FGFJ Issue Brief | Launching a Pandemic Financing Facility: Three Proposals & Their Implications for the Global Fund

August 2021

“Over the past three months, three different commissions issued reports proposing major reforms of the global health architecture to improve pandemic preparedness and response (PPR). Each recommends the creation of a new institution for financing PPR, along with a bevy of other reforms, and all rely heavily on preexisting global health organizations such as the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, …

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The Biden-Suga Summit: Cooperation to Enhance Support for the ACT Accelerator

April 26, 2021

On April 16, 2021, President Joseph Biden of the United States and Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga of Japan held a meeting in Washington DC. This was the first face-to-face meeting between the two leaders since the Biden administration took office, and the two exchanged opinions on important issues between the United States and Japan, including the US-Japan alliance and regional …

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December 12 is UHC Day!

December 12, 2014

December 12, 2014, was the first ever Universal Health Coverage Day, marking the two-year anniversary of a unanimous United Nations resolution endorsing universal health coverage (UHC). JCIE is proud to be a part of the global coalition of more than 500 organizations that launched this day, which is intended to be a call to action toward realizing a world where every …

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Tokyo seminar on careers in the Global Fund

June 23, 2009

The FGFJ held a seminar in Tokyo on June 23, 2009, to increase understanding of the activities and role of the Global Fund, and to share information with Japanese professionals about career possibilities within the Global Fund.

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Roundtable on Global Health

Tokyo, August 6, 2007

The FGFJ convened a roundtable in Tokyo on August 6, 2007, with Tachi Yamada, president of the Bill & Melinda Gate’s Foundation’s Global Health Program addressing ways the public and private sector can cooperate to address challenges in global health.

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