10 Asks

10 Asks

Statement To The United Nation’s 76th General Assembly

COVID19 Infodemic

Address the impact of the COVID19 infodemic on policies, citizen’s response and covid19 vaccine introduction at global and country levels (#InfodemicManagement)

Remove Barriers to Access

Remove all barriers in access to tests, treatment, therapeutics, vaccines and personal protective equipment (#VaccineEquity)

Support Comminity & Citizens

Support community and citizen’s led action to improve the adoption of risk reduction strategies and promote vaccine acceptance
(#CitizensAction)

Integrate COVID19 Responses

Integrate coVID19 responses into the delivery of essential health services and supply chain management for medicines and commodities to secure PHC systems at all levels (#PHC4CovID19)

Protect The Health Workforce

Protect, Motivate and Reward health and other frontline workforce (#WorkforceSupport)

Social Impact Investment

Go beyond public budgets (social impact investment, corporate shared value, organized philanthropy to sustainably finance the pandemic and its impact on human capital development and economic growth (#BlendedFinancing)

Health & Social Protection Approach

Adopt a health and social protection approach to mitigate the impact of the national response on women, children and young
persons (#GenderEquityAndSocialJustice)

International Co-operation & Partnership

Re-imagine international cooperation and diplomacy (#RedefineGlobalSolidarity)

Our Stakeholders

What our stakeholders are saying

Our collective programs and interventions must not lose sight of the need to re-build a more equal, inclusive, and sustainable health and social system that aims to meet the needs of everyone, everywhere, with special emphasis on those in vulnerable circumstances which are almost always, women, girls, and young persons.

Dr Amina Dorayi
Dr Amina Dorayi
Country Director, Nigeria, Pathfinder Internation

Vaccine equity and justice are for ALL, it should not leave women and young persons behind. coVID19 vaccinations require strong PHC approaches with cross-sector partnerships funded by public budgets and more Financing for build back interventions need to be from blended sources. Women and young persons need to be at the centre of COVID19 Bounce Back interventions Partnerships are required to deliver to the last mile ALL HANDS ON DECK

Dr. Loladare
Dr. Loladare
President, Chestrad Global