Protecting against emerging global health threats depends on investing in and improving access to health innovations.
In our connected world, a disease outbreak anywhere can be a threat to communities everywhere. With increasing frequency, pathogens and diseases are emerging that we are not prepared to prevent, detect or treat.
At the same time, rising rates of antimicrobial resistance, or “superbugs,” put the progress of modern medicine at risk. And a changing climate is bringing into focus the linkages between the health of people and the health of the planet.
Awakening the global community into action, one crisis at a time, is not enough. Aid can be slow to arrive, new solutions take years to develop and even when innovations come to market, getting them to the people who need them most is hard.
Together with our partners, GHS works to build support for action and investment today to protect us against the challenges of tomorrow.