New data suggests that the world as a whole has been helped to prevent dangerous events; monitoring requires long-term funding to ensure sustainability and sustainability towards the Global Goals
SEATTLE, September 13, 2021 / CNW / – The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation today launched its fifth year Guard Reports, with a global repository that reflects the impact of the epidemic on progress in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (Global Goals).
This year’s report, written by Bill Gates and Melinda French Gates, another chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, shows that the differences caused by COVID-19 remain significant, and that those most affected by the epidemic are those who delay recovery. As a result of COVID-19, an additional 31 million people will be forced to live in extreme poverty by 2020 compared to 2019. And while 90% of the world’s population will be affected by the epidemic next year, one-third of the low- and middle-income economy is expected to do so.
Unfortunately, in the midst of this catastrophe, the world struggled to avoid further complications. In a Goalkeepers Report last year, the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) predicted a 14 percent decline in global vaccine availability – eliminating the 25-year period in 25 weeks. A new study from IHME shows that the decline, even is unacceptable, it was half of what was expected.
In the report, the co-chairs highlight the “impressive” results made by international cooperation, commitment, and savings over the years. He acknowledges that it is good to avoid extremes, but he realizes that this is not enough. In order to ensure a successful recovery, they want more long-term health and economic outcomes – such as the advance of the COVID-19 vaccine – to help restart and rehabilitate the country in line with the Global Goals.
“[The past year] has strengthened our belief that progress is possible but inevitable, “write chairs.” If we can add to the benefits we have seen over the past 18 months, we can ultimately leave the epidemic behind and accelerate our efforts to address issues such as health, hunger, and climate change. “
The report highlights the serious economic impact that the epidemic has had on women around the world. In high-income and low-income countries, women have suffered more than men and the global economic crisis caused by the epidemic.
“Women face challenges around the world, which puts them at risk of the epidemic,” she said. Melinda French Gates. “By investing in women now and tackling this, governments can promote equitable funding and strengthen their economies against future challenges. It is not just a matter of action – but a wise idea that will benefit everyone.”
The report also highlights how the so-called “miracle” of the COVID-19 vaccine came about as a result of decades of financial, strategic, and collaborative efforts that created the infrastructure, talent, and natural resources needed for sustainable use. However, the mechanisms that have led to the development and delivery of the COVID-19 vaccine exist mainly in rich countries, and thus, the country has not achieved the same.
“Lack of access to COVID-19 vaccine is a health problem,” he said Bill Gates. “We are facing a real risk that in the future, rich countries and territories will begin to develop COVID-19 and other poverty-stricken diseases. We will not be able to reverse the epidemic until everyone, regardless of where they live, can be vaccinated.”
More than 80% of all COVID-19 vaccines have been given in the highest and most middle-income countries to date, some protecting two or three times the amount needed to pay extra; less than 1% of the drug is delivered in low-income countries. In addition, the acquisition of the COVID-19 vaccine is closely linked to the R&D vaccine and production environment. Although Africa and home to 17% of the world’s population, for example, it has less than 1% of the world’s total vaccine production.
Finally, the report calls for global investment in R&D, infrastructure, and innovation in areas that are closer to the people who are most likely to benefit.
“We need to invest in our partners to help researchers and manufacturers of low-income countries develop vaccines and drugs they may need,” the Gates Foundation said. Mark Suzman. “The only way we can solve our health problems is to take the skills and expertise of people around the world.”
Of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Guided by the belief that all lives are equal, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation works to help all people live healthier, more productive lives. In developing countries, it is focused on improving the health of the people and giving them the opportunity to alleviate hunger and extreme poverty. Mu United States, strives to ensure that all people – especially those with limited resources – have access to the opportunities they need to succeed in school and in life. Copying Seattle, Washington, the foundation is headed by the CEO Mark Suzman, under the direction of Bill Gates and Melinda French Gates.
About Goal Managers
Goal Managers is a groundbreaking campaign to promote progress in the Sustainable Development Goals (Global Goals). By sharing background information and background information on Global Goals through the annual report, we hope to inspire new leaders-Guardians who inform people of progress, strengthen their leaders, and direct action to achieve global goals.
About Global Goals
Turn it on September 25, 2015, at the United Nations headquarters in new York, 193 world leaders volunteered for 17 Sustainable Development Goals (Global Goals). These are the main goals and objectives of achieving the three priorities by 2030: poverty eradication, tackling inequality and injustice, and reforming climate change.
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