Amidst COVID-19: Putting the Last Mile First | Aidos

With nine years left to attain 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), it is ever more urgent to ensure that communities of key, marginalised and vulnerable populations, and women and girls are at the centre of global health strategies and responses, even as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to ravage world economies and health systems. Within this context, support to the Health Architecture – the UN system, and to financing mechanisms and institutions such as the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria in achieving UHC and gender equality through strengthening health and community systems – including access to sexual reproductive health and rights services is ever more important to ensure that we leave no one behind by putting the last mile first.


MingHui Ren – Assistant Director-General for UHC, WHO, Zolelwa Sifumba – Clinical Research Fellow at African Health Research Institute, South Africa, Lucica Ditiu – Executive Director of Stop TB Partnership, Switzerland, Lucas Josué Nuñez Saavedra – Designer Regional Youth network of Youth living with HIV, LAC, Chile, Julitta Onabanjo – Director for Technical Division, UNFPA, Daniel Marguari – Executive Director of Spiritia Foundation, Indonesia, Peter Sands – Executive Director of the Global Fund, Switzerland, Kurt Frieder – President, Fundación Huésped, Rachel Ong – Regional Coordinator, GFAN AP, Stefania Burbo, C20 Chair.

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Promoted by: Fundación Huésped, Global Health Italian Network, Global Fund Advocates Network Asia-Pacific (GFAN AP), Italian Association for Women in Development (AIDOS), and co-organised with Africa Japan Forum (AJF), Global TB Caucus, Impact Santé Afrique (ISA), and WACI Health.