Understanding challenges to funding global health interventions as public goods: Lessons for CEPI

What lessons from the experience of funding global health interventions as public goods can be applied to underwriting the work of the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI)?

Research event, Roundtable
27 January 2022 — 2:00PM TO 4:00PM

This roundtable is part of a line of work the Global Health and Global Economy and Finance programmes at Chatham House are embarking on to investigate the political economy of global public goods in health.

It brings together an international and diverse group of policymakers, academics, practitioners, and the private sector to share their perspectives, debate, and discuss pursuing political traction and financial commitment to global public goods for HIV/AIDS, and for combatting antimicrobial resistance (AMR).

They consider what lessons from those experiences can be applied to efforts to adequately fund the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI) in advance of a major UK-CEPI Summit in March.

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