On the sidelines of the International Financial Institutions’ spring meetings, please join the O’Neill Institute, Georgetown University School of Health, UNAIDS, and Friends of the Global Fight for an engaging in-person event with prominent thought leaders on the future of health and the global economy. Spots are limited.
- Winnie Byanyima, Executive Director, UNAIDS; United Nations Under-Secretary-General
- Jarbas Barbosa, Director, Pan American Health Organization/WHO
- Joanne Carter, Executive Director, RESULTS
- Justice Nonvignon, Head of the Health Economics Unit, Africa CDC
Opening Remarks: Christopher King, Dean, Georgetown University School of Health
Closing Remarks: Chris Collins, President and CEO, Friends of the Global Fight
Moderated by: Matthew Kavanagh, Director, Global Health Policy and Politics Initiative, O’Neill Institute; Georgetown University School of Health
Date: Wednesday, April 12, 2023
Time: 9:30 AM EST
Location: Riggs Library, Georgetown University
Glaring gaps in the global financing architecture demand fresh thinking to tackle the health challenges of today, which include continuing pandemics of HIV and COVID-19, while we prepare for a time when climate change will create new health problems. In a world marked by growing inequality that undermines human health and shrinking fiscal space for low- and middle-income countries to respond, fundamental shifts are needed.