“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, Tuberculosis and Malaria to help carry out their mission.“
In this Friends of the Global Fund, Japan (FGFJ) report, JCIE/USA Senior Fellow, Jim Gannon, carefully reviews each proposed reform, noting the areas of consensus and divergence, including each proposal’s funding target, financing modality, and governance. Mr. Gannon also factors in the issues that have yet to be addressed in these proposals and expands on the implications of the Global Fund’s role in supporting a new PPR financing facility.
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