#AWorldatRisk: The world is not prepared for a fast-moving global respiratory #pandemic that could kill up to 80 million people, devastate economies and create social chaos: Global Preparedness Monitoring Board's first report
Our world is at risk of more devastating #healthemergencies and we are not prepared. Read the Global Preparedness Monitoring Board's first report calling on world leaders to take immediate action to save ourselves and our economies: #AWorldatRisk
#AWorldInDisorder is OUT NOW: Don't miss our live event today at 3:00pm CEST for a discussion on what must be done to prepare for the next #pandemic:
"It is a basic principle of public health that no individual alone can protect themselves from an outbreak. And no nation alone can protect themselves from a pandemic" at the launch of Annual Report
Ebola, cholera, measles - the most severe disease outbreaks usually occur in the places with the weakest health systems. As leaders we must "fix the roof before the rain comes" and take responsibility for emergency preparedness #AWorldatRisk
A global respiratory pathogen #pandemic could: 😷spread across the 🌎 in 36 hours ⚰️killing as many as 80 million people 💵wiping out 5% of the world economy Once an outbreak has occurred, it is too late to prepare ourselves. More 👉🏼 #AWorldatRisk
The great majority of national health systems would be unable to handle a large-scale outbreak, with the poorest and most fragile communities facing the greatest risk. More from the Global Preparedness Monitoring Board's first report #AWorldatRisk
A WORLD IN DISORDER! ‘’It would take 500 years to spend as much on preparedness as the world is currently losing due to #COVID19. The world cannot afford this cycle of panic and neglect’’ says Global Preparedness Monitoring Board in annual report
No one is safe until all are safe. New report assesses the global #COVID19 response, calls for stronger #HealthSecurity systems & better preparedness for #health emergencies. Learn more:
With looming health threats and humanitarian, conflict and environmental challenges that complicate #outbreak responses, the Global Preparedness Monitoring Board's new report urges leaders to act now to prepare for #healthemergencies: #AWorldatRisk
"It would take 500 years to spend as much on preparedness as the world is currently losing due to COVID-19." Gro Harlem Brundtland, #COVID19 #globalhealth #WHS2020
Today, there is an increasing risk of widespread epidemics, and the world remains unprepared. We must invest in stronger institutions + health systems to promote resilience, economic stability and global #healthsecurity. #GPMB #AWorldatRisk
#AWorldInDisorder makes it clear; the world cannot afford to unprepared for the next #pandemic, which is sure to come.
"We need a global movement from what I call egoism to solidarity...a move from stigma discrimination & scapegoating to compassion care & support because none of us is safe until we really all are.” - #AWorldInDisorder
For too long, we have allowed a cycle of panic and neglect when it comes to #healthemergencies. It is well past time to act forcefully, says the Global Preparedness Monitoring Board in its new report, #AWorldatRisk: #preparedness #outbreak #pandemic
We are facing the threat of a #pandemic that could kill up to 80 million and wipe out 5% of the global economy. New report just out on the world's lack of #preparedness for #healthemergencies by the Global Preparedness Monitoring Board: #AWorldatRisk
In a pandemic, no-one is safe until all of us are safe. #AWorldInDisorder, the new report by , explains why a global crisis requires global action. #COVID19
Some prep for #UNGA next week, a cheatsheet for those in charge: What went wrong with #COVID19 by > What's at stake if we don't get it right by > What countries could do now >
COVID-19 has demonstrated the importance of protecting lives and livelihoods and widening our understanding of preparedness to make the world ‘pandemic proof.' 🌍 The new GPMB report explores how we can prepare for the future 👉
The next #pandemic could kill up to 80 million and wipe out 5% of the global economy🌍🤧 The Global Preparedness Monitoring Board's first report, out today, looks at the world's lack of #preparedness for #healthemergencies👉 #AWorldatRisk
Important insights into global public health preparedness challenges. GPMB 2020 Annual Report
Report: A World in Disorder - a harsh assessment of the global COVID-19 response, warning that the world cannot afford to be unprepared again when the next pandemic hits
. says is supporting countries to develop pandemic preparedness plans. The world needs to create better incentives for all countries to prioritize preparedness. #AWorldatRisk
“Pandemics kills people, cost money and cause chaos... but we can do something about it. We call on leaders in every country to prioritize preparedness. We need to plan it and fund it.” Read the report #AWorldatRisk
We are facing the threat of a #pandemic that could kill up to 80 million and wipe out 5% of the global economy. New report just out on the world's lack of #preparedness for #healthemergencies by the Global Preparedness Monitoring Board: #AWorldatRisk
“The GPMB lays out the lessons the world must learn and the concrete actions we must take to protect ourselves. If we do not learn these lessons now and take the necessary steps to make ourselves safer, when will we?” #AWorldInDisorder
The is harsh and realistic. People should read it. None of us are safe until we are all safe. Many countries are signing up to #COVAX out of a notion of equitable access and enlightened self-interest. This will change the world.
#RT : Countries’ health systems are only as strong as its weakest part, and currently these weaknesses threaten us all. More #AWorldatRisk
The world needs to learn again that no matter what the geopolitical tensions, we must work together on health.” - #AWorldInDisorder
We're not ready for #healthemergencies, but there's plenty we can do about it. #AWorldatRisk #unga Read more here:
"The cost of doing nothing is very high. Although many groups have made several commitments in recent years, action is sorely lacking. Too many promises made, too many promises are broken and there is no accountability" #AWorldatRisk #unga
Tragically this pandemic has fallen into a geopolitical divide but whatever the tensions we need to work together on health. This is critical for revising the international health regulations.
“The gravest risk we face at the moment is that we go to a polarized more nationalistic world when the challenges we face are all multipolar.” #AWorldInDisorder
Global Preparedness Monitoring Board Second Report - there can be no health security without social security #COVID19
WHO is very proud to be a co-founder of the Global Preparedness and Monitoring Board, and we fully support its #AWorldatRisk report. Today’s report offers 7 concrete, urgent actions, with specific indicators, for making the world safer.
Great to see the Global Preparedness Monitoring Board #GPMB release its first report on how well the world is prepared to deal with epidemics and pandemics - there is a lot that needs to be done. See their 7 major recommendations
We are facing the threat of a #pandemic that could kill up to 80 million and wipe out 5% of the global economy. New report just out on the world's lack of #preparedness for #healthemergencies by the Global Preparedness Monitoring Board: #AWorldatRisk
With looming health threats and humanitarian, conflict and environmental challenges that complicate #outbreak responses, the Global Preparedness Monitoring Board's new report urges leaders to act now to prepare for #healthemergencies: #AWorldatRisk
Global Preparedness Monitoring Board report
The Second Annual Report from #GPMB - "A World in Disorder" Five Urgent actions: 1) Responsible leadership; 2) Engaged citizenship; 3) Strong and agile systems for health security; 4) Sustained investment; 5)Robust global governance of preparedness.
This #pandemic will cost the world trillions. It would take 500 years to spend as much on investing in preparedness as the world is currently losing due to #COVID19. The return on investment in #preparedness is immense, says #AWorldInDisorder
Dr Gro Harlem Brundtland, a co-chair of the Global Preparedness Monitoring Board, introducing its inaugural report #aworldatrisk calling onto world leaders to finally break the cycle of panic and neglect, and invest into pandemic preparedness.
Just reading GPMB 2019 report again: A World At Risk. Talk about prescient. This chart 👇 probably looked stark a year ago, but where would you now place #COVID19? It's like a virus version of 'spot-the-ball' ! BTW, you can read the report here:
Global Preparedness Monitoring Board - time to revisit our report from last year in view of #Wuhan coronavirus development - we must step up #preparedness and #UHC
A World in Disorder: 2020 annual report launched by the Global Preparedness Monitoring Board - highlights five actions that leaders and citizens must take to get back to a post-#COVID19 world order
#COVID19 global response represents a collective failure to take pandemic prevention, preparedness and response seriously and prioritize it accordingly, says in its new report. #AWorldInDisorder