The Global Health agenda has never been more relevant as the emerging global disruptions and trends due to the COVID-19 pandemic have shown over the past few months. Following trends in the Global Health awareness and policy arena over the past 7 years, we have developed an unparalleled network within the global health community. Our proud tradition of working within the global health space is founded upon our ability to create long-term, cross-sectoral and sustainable partnerships.
Prior to 2019-2020, budgeting for global health impact was viewed by many governments and multilateral groups as an expense rather than a sustainable investment in socioeconomic and human development. We are invested in changing this perception to close the existing funding gaps to achieve the United Nations Agenda 2030 targets and to support stronger health systems that enable healthier nations and wealthier economies.
We believe that health is a central tenet to the functioning of our societies and economies for now and in the future. This is why we help to position the activities, mission and vision of global health and development organisations – that includes public, private sector entities, civil society organisations and charities – at the centre of global policy-making. This approach helps organisations to create an impactful change be it to help national targets, to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals or the Agenda 2063 Goals to help transform the African continent into a future global powerhouse.