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In Global Health, focus weve put on fighting individual diseases has had enormous impact, yet many of the most stubborn challenges we face are shared across disease areas. Whether its accelerating development of New Vaccines, forecasting global health challenges of tomorrow, or preparing FOR epidemics, we must work beyond the scope of One Disease area and create durable public goods whose benefits permeate global health. Vaccines are some of our most powerful tools in combating diseases. Yet despite substantial scientific advances and investment, bringing vaccines TO market affordably and reliably remains a challenge. Promising candidates can fail late in development, and existing vaccines can face supply shortages, resulting in wasted time, investments, and missed opportunities TO improve human health. Diseases of low - resource settingswhether, they are entrench, like Malaria and HIV, or they are next outbreak pathogenares often some of the hardest TO address scientifically. They are ALSO often the least attractive commercially. These challenges mean Vaccine development FOR low - resource settings will only be successful if we use innovation in technologies, platforms, processes, and business models TO accelerate timelines and reduce costs. Because developing new vaccines is a lengthy and expensive undertaking, it is particularly important that we understand how to prioritize our efforts. Some diseases lend themselves TO vaccine intervention. Others, like neglect tropical diseases, are best tackled through better deployment of existing interventions. And others, like noncommunicable diseases, require non - Vaccine approaches. Unfortunately, because the quality of our primary data is so poor, it is difficult to answer questions such as how many deaths Malaria Vaccine could prevent. Parents WHO experience the tragedy of losing a child may never know the true cause of death. The mystery behind these individual tragedies then accumulates into a public health conundrum, making it impossible for product developers, governments, and funders to effectively prioritize resources for global and public health. Tackling diseases individually wont solve many global health challenges. Working across disease areas allows the US to identify public goods that can accelerate global health impact and reduce the threat of epidemics. We believe technical innovation has a critical role TO play in design, development, and deployment of these public goods. We invest in deep technical expertise and novel platforms in Vaccine development and Manufacturing TO accelerate Innovation FOR better, faster, and cheaper Vaccines. We ALSO invest in building high - quality modeling and forecasting capabilities informed by trustworthy primary data. We make this information public TO allow all experts to better prioritize our collective Global Health resources. We believe we can accelerate the impact of Vaccines in low - resource contexts by cultivating deep expertise in Vaccine - Manufacturing process, quality control, and clinical evaluation. This expertise allows the US to advise on more effective vaccine development programs and identify new areas of Innovation TO benefit multiple disease programs. In addition to technical expertise, we ALSO NEED TO know which problems are most important TO tackle. Trustworthy primary data and high - quality modeling and forecasting allow US TO better prioritize collective resources of Global Health.

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Frontline heroes

Most people have heard of Louis Pasteur, Jonas Salk and Albert Sabin, whose innovative research years ago led to the creation of the first vaccines to protect against rabies, cholera and polio. Discovering new vaccines is a remarkable achievement, but getting those vaccines out into some of the toughest places on earth is also an extraordinary accomplishment. Although he may not be a household name, Dr. Asm Amjad Hossains innovative methods for getting vaccines to children in Bangladesh exemplify challenges involved in immunizing children against life - threatening diseases. It was exciting to learn about Dr. Hossain's important work and to recognize his contribution with the first Gates Vaccine Innovation Award. We recently established an award to acknowledge and reward individuals WHO have achieved significant improvements in prevention, control, or elimination of Vaccine - preventable diseases through imaginative and pioneering approaches. Dr. Hossain was chosen from among 117 nominees and will receive 250, most of which will be donated to the charity of his choice in recognition of his success in increasing immunization coverage in two districts of Bangladesh that had historically low vaccination rates. What especially impressed me about Dr. Hossains approach was how simple, yet effective, interventions were. As district immunization and surveillance medical officer, Dr. Hossain inspires his team to identify children they need to reach. He looks at the performance of each field worker and helps them understand what would be needed to close the gap in Vaccine coverage. Health workers seek out pregnant women so they can estimate their due date and visit their newborns to administer vaccines. Families were encouraged to register their other children, and vaccinator phone numbers were written on each child's vaccination card so parents could easily reach them. Brochures with yearly vaccination schedules were distribute, which help families remember ages when children need to return for their next vaccines. And checklist was developed to monitor and supervise the quality of immunization sessions and effectiveness of mobilization activities. The results were impressive. In 2006, 19 300 more children were fully vaccinated than the year before. In 2009 and 2010, additional 28 000 children were fully vaccinate. These strategies have since been put into practice by thousands of field workers in other parts of Bangladesh, and they can easily be adapted in other countries. Bangladesh has made tremendous strides in improving children's health. Childhood deaths have been reduced by 65 percent since 1990, amazing achievement. National immunization of children is a high priority there and the number of one - year - old children immunized is consistently high, often higher than in industrialized nations. Pasteur, Salk and Sabin made hugely important contributions to improving global health. I was equally impressed with Dr. Hossain, humble and gracious man. When we told him that he had won an award, he was moved to tears. The first words out of his mouth, when he could speak, were about how much this tribute would mean to frontline health workers in Bangladesh and the importance of their collective contribution to ensuring children have a healthy future.

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Equitable world

Thatas just one finding from the fourth annual Goalkeepers Report, which was prepared by the Gates Foundation in partnership with the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation. In previous years, reports have documented steady progress the world has made toward meeting sustainable development goals laid out by the United Nations in areas ranging from educational access to hunger to gender equality. Currently, more than 150 vaccines are in development worldwide, and eight are in the late stages of clinical trials. Distributing eventual vaccine among nations proportional to their populations would stop 61 percent of global COVID - 19 deaths that would occur without vaccine, said the report, citing two scenarios from Northeastern Universityas Laboratory for Modeling of Biological and Socio - technical Systems. By contrast, report says that allocating the first two billion doses of vaccine to the highest bidders would prevent just 33 percent of deaths. According to the report, global economic recession is the most pernicious of these crises, affecting all countries regardless of their success in limiting the spread of viruses. The International Monetary Fund has estimated that the global economy is losing nearly 500 billion every month and will lose at least 12 trillion by the end of 2021. These recessionas effects hurt developing countries in an outsized way, report say. The 18 trillion in stimulus funding that has been spent since March is largely concentrated in wealthy countries, while low - income countries such as those in sub - Saharan Africa have had to scramble to stave off financial ruin. Women and girls are more likely to work in the informal sector, which includes domestic workers and street vendors. Those jobs have been particularly hard hit by the pandemic and at the same time, unpaid household work usually delegate to women, including childcare and care for sick, has increase. Pandemics are also likely to affect future generations, as studies from the 2014 Ebola epidemic in West Africa suggest that girls in low - income countries are less likely than boys to return to school when they reopen after an outbreak. More optimistic scenario assumes that COVID - 19 can be eradicated quickly. In that case, data models predict that the world could be back on track toward achieving its sustainable development goals in just a couple of years. In worst - case scenarioaif COVID - 19 cannot be swiftly subduedathe, the world might not resume progress toward those goals for more than 10 years. Which future comes to pass will be determined largely by what companies and countries do in the next few months, Gates say. Solving such complex, connect problems will require collaborative efforts, he say. Vaccine manufacturing is one area for potential collaboration. Gates is optimistic that vaccine will be developed by early 2021, but he questions whether facilities will be able to produce doses needed to combat pandemic on a global scale.

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Social media users have shared photos that claim to show the Center For Global Human Population Reduction affiliate with Bill & Melinda Gate Foundation. The image, however, has been manipulate. The Stone signage it captures is the Foundation's Discovery Center in Seattle, which is not home to depopulation effort, nor are the Microsoft co - founder and his wife behind any such initiative. Bill Gate has been the leading voice in the push for vaccine to combat COVID - 19, disease caused by the novel Coronavirus, pledging 50 million as part of broader funding that has made him the target of anti - Vaccine campaigners. Posts sharing altered photos on Facebook and Twitter, seek to disparage tech billionaire.S Please could you explain what is this, tweet that includes photo say, in response to video posted on May 1 2020 on Bill Gates's Twitter account about progress made to finding Vaccine to tackle COVID - 19 Infections that have swept globe since first emerging in Wuhan, China in late 2019. In case you ever doubt what outcome Bill Gates plans / plans with his artificial forms of eugenics, Facebook users write in post share more than 600 times. Eugenics - study of Human Population control and manipulation of genetic characteristics - is commonly cited by the anti - Vaccine movement as the goal of those WHO favour vaccination. Also READ: Will Flu Vaccine Make You Test Positive For COVID - 19? Fact Check reverse image search shows that signage at Discovery Center, located at 500 5 Avenue N, in Seattle, Washington, has no writing other than the Bill & Melinda Gate Foundation name. The Centre hosts exhibits about the Foundation's mission, and how science and technology can fight inequalities, poverty and diseases. Purport Center For Global Human Population Reduction has been falsely add. Look at buildings through different angles on Google Street View confirms that the location display above matches that of the photo shared on social media. Multiple conspiracy theories concerning Bill Gates and the novel Coronavirus have emerged since the beginning of the pandemic. Posts about letters said to have been written by a billionaire were debunked by AFP Fact - checkers in Hong Kong, and warnings about Bill Gates Vaccine, were proven by AFP Ethiopia to be false, given there is no such treatment.

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