Developing and manufacturing vaccines won’t end the pandemic quickly unless we also deliver them equitably. Here is why it’s critical that vaccines are distributed in proportion to the global population:
What the world does in the next few months is going to make a big difference. Read our 2020 Goalkeepers Report to learn what it will take to end the pandemic.
A #COVID19 vaccine equitably distributed globally could save nearly twice as many lives than one where the 50 wealthiest nations get the first 2 billion doses New report from the (thx )
If you take away one message from this year’s Goalkeepers report, I’d like it to be this: The world can end the pandemic and undo the damage it’s caused if we commit to working together. Here’s what it will take.
After 20 years of stunning advances toward global goals to improve health and reduce poverty, the COVID-19 pandemic stopped progress in its tracks. In our foundation’s Goalkeepers report, we survey the damage and discuss how to start reversing it.
After 20 years of advances toward global goals to improve health and reduce poverty, COVID-19 has stopped progress in its tracks. We can end the pandemic, but it will take a solution that includes everyone. Learn more in this year’s Goalkeepers report.
🚨In 2020, vaccine coverage is dropping to levels last seen in the 1990s.🚨 The hardest-hit countries will need support to make sure that what should be temporary reversals don’t become permanent.
New report from estimates that an equitably distributed #COVID19 vaccine could save nearly twice as many lives as vaccine where initial 2 billion doses are distributed to fifty wealthiest nations first
Due to #COVID19, global immunization rates have dropped from 84% to 70%, and momentum on nearly every indicator has reversed. The 2020 Goalkeepers Report examines the data that proves why we urgently need a collaborative response.
If the world wants to recover from this pandemic stronger, more prepared, and more equal, leaders must put women and girls at the center of their response.
Here's what it will take to end the pandemic.
How bad the pandemic gets and how long it lasts is largely within the world’s control. It is a cooperative endeavor in which we all make progress together.
As everyone turns their attention to stopping COVID-19, it’s essential that the world doesn't let the decades of progress that have been made in fighting diseases like malaria slip away.
According to modeling from Northeastern University, if rich countries buy up the first 2 billion doses of vaccine instead of making sure they are distributed in proportion to the global population, then almost twice as many people could die from COVID-19.
The pandemic is a shared global crisis that demands a shared global response. Learn more in our 2020 Goalkeepers report.
What the world does in the next few months is going to make a big difference. Read our 2020 Goalkeepers Report to learn what it will take to end the pandemic.
Every person on the planet shares this crisis. The world must share solutions, too.
Modelling data has looked at the impact of rich countries buying up #COVID19 vaccine, instead of making sure they are distributed to the global population 🌍 Equitable access isn’t just the right thing to do, it’s in all our interests 👉
Really sobering read from on #COVID19 & SDGs, will thread a bit below "Consider vaccine coverage, which is a good proxy measure for how health systems are functioning...  We’ve been set back about 25 years in about 25 weeks"
“We’ve been set back about 25 years in about 25 weeks.” New report explains the impact of #COVID around the world and what it will take to end the pandemic
New report from shows how #COVID19 has affected progress towards the #SDGs - we need to work together to end this pandemic & ensure that temporary reversals in progress for the hardest hit, don’t become permanent.
We are glad to have contributed to 2020 #Goalkeepers report, citing our tracker suggesting how G20 countries spend as much as 22% of their GDP on Covid19 response, in contrast w/ African countries' rescue packages of only 3% of GDP
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 >
#COVID19 has derailed #global health🌎 by nearly every indicator— including setting back #vaccine 💉coverage by 25 years in just 25 weeks, according to the 's sobering new Goalkeepers Report. Read it here:
.’s #Goalkeepers report says, “Progress is possible but not inevitable.” and (who presented in 2019) remain committed to #endhunger despite the devastating impacts of #COVID19. 🗣: 📘:
For the 2020 Goalkeepers report, we generated three scenarios - reference, better, and worse - to track progress toward achieving 2030 targets established in the Sustainable Development Goals. View the report online ➡️
How can the post-pandemic world be constructed with optimism and hope? Read this year's Goalkeepers report to know more:
Thanks to COVID-19 global immunization rates have dropped from 84% to 70% - a 25-year setback in 25 weeks. Read the Goalkeepers report to learn more about countries are innovating to make up lost ground
Innovation among #LMICs has helped mitigate #COVID19. Learn more about Ghana’s method of pooling tests in the 2020 Goalkeepers report from
The stakes to control and end this pandemic are high. Governments, businesses, civil society, and the general public must join together to resume progress towards the SDGs.
If there is one thing we took away from the #Goalkeepers report, it’s that we need to work together across governments, businesses and as individuals to stop #COVID19. Only together we can end this #pandemic and prevent the next one. Read the report
A new report shows we’ve regressed on the vast majority of the #SDGs. #COVID19 has halted progress — but we must build back better to ensure equity. Read more in the 2020 #GoalkeepersReport. #UNGA75
"There is no such thing as a national solution to a global crisis. All countries must work together to end the pandemic and begin rebuilding economies." We couldn't agree more. Read the new #Goalkeepers report on #COVID19
Developing and manufacturing vaccines won’t end the pandemic quickly unless we also deliver them equitably and at an affordable price.
This stunning chart shows the number of lives that can be saved through equitable distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine. Explore all of the data behind this year’s Goalkeepers report, and let it inspire you to act for a more equal world.
Read here the report pm Global #COVID19 and its relationship to Development Goals. The pandemic has wiped out 25 years of vaccine progress in 25 weeks.
Goalkeepers tagline: Progress is possible but not inevitable. We must come together to end the pandemic and resume progress toward the global goals. We can do this by developing treatments and distributing them based on need instead of ability to pay.
"There is no such thing as a national solution to a global crisis" #goalkeepers report
COVID is undermining progress in UHC: – supply chains are cut off – PPE is scarce – resources to acute COVID care. Demand is also down as people avoid or can't access care. No single action can reverse this decline. New report from
The ripple effects of #COVID19 have stopped 20 years of progress towards the #GlobalGoals, finds the 2020 Goalkeepers Report. Progress in Africa is possible, but not inevitable, and will only be achieved if we work together 🌍
Powerful report and call to continue full force to battle the pandemic and stem the losses on other fronts.
"We’ve been set back about 25 years in about 25 weeks" In 2020, vaccine coverage is dropping to levels last seen in the 1990s. #Goalkeepers
Goalkeepers | 2020 Report - describes COVID-19 as a 25 year setback in global health gains in 25 weeks
The UN predicts that at least another 83 million people may go hungry in 2020 as a result of #COVID19. Africa can regain its lost agricultural productivity, but only with a joint response focused on equitable diagnosis, treatments and vaccines.
Despite the tremendous constraints and economic catastrophe caused by COVID-19, countries are still innovating to meet the challenge – this year, new or improved cash transfers reached 1.1 billion in 131 countries.
What the world does in the next few months will have an impact for decades to come. The 2020 Goalkeepers Report find that #COVID19 presents an opportunity to either come together, or fall apart ⬇️
The Goalkeepers report has a good summary of what we know about COVID impacts for developing countries, with amazing graphics
It will take global cooperation to stop the #COVID19 pandemic and reverse its effects on human capital outcomes and #SDG progress. The ’s 2020 Goalkeepers Report outlines what it will take to protect and #investinpeople.
#COVID19 could reverse Africa’s development across poverty, health, and education. The continent can recover, by adopting a collaborative response focused on securing and distributing the right treatment for all people.
Despite the tremendous constraints and economic catastrophe caused by COVID-19, countries are still innovating to meet the challenge – this year, new or improved cash transfers reached 1.1 billion in 131 countries.
Africa’s recovery from #COVID19 will depend on access to the right vaccines. The 2020 #Goalkeepers Report shows that if the first 2 billion doses of vaccine only go to high-income countries, deaths could double.
In recent years, the world has improved on every UN’ Sustainable Development Goals #SDGs. This year, on the vast majority, we’ve regressed. The annual #Goalkeepers report tells us why we must cooperate on a global solution to the #COVID19 pandemic. 🔎
For a long-term recovery from #COVID19, changemakers in Ethiopia and across the world will be vital in coordinating diagnosis, treatment, and vaccines at the community level.
The #COVID19 pandemic threatens to take back years of progress in the fight against measles in #Ethiopia. The 2020 #Goalkeepers Report shows that delaying measles campaigns by only one year could more than double projected deaths.
This was supposed to be *this* link to the report on the pandemic impact on paths to SDGs.
RT : The pandemic is a shared global crisis that demands a shared global response. Learn more in our 2020 Goalkeepers report.