There is a strong economic case for sustained country-level investment to establishing and maintain global health security capacity in support of the International Health Regulations and other global health security frameworks, which is needed to help prevent and mitigate such threats. Experts have identified recommendations for how to achieve sustainable financing for preparedness, such as the critical role of domestic resource mobilization, and many different groups have undertaken efforts to address some of the needs.
This Action Package seeks to develop a strategic approach for mobilizing resources to achieve sustainable financing for preparedness at the country, regional, and global levels.
- Engage relevant stakeholders to take joint action
- Build on efforts to facilitate mobilization of resources for implementing country NAPHS
- Galvanize high-level awareness and support
Contributing Countries: Australia, Finland, Italy, Norway Pakistan, United Kingdom, United States
Contributing International and Non-Government Organizations: World Health Organization, World Bank, GHSA Consortium, Private Sector Round Table