The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has been challenged by the COVID-19 pandemic. This pandemic has underlined the faults that existed in the past systems, which requires developing multi-sectoral solutions to show the road for a stronger future.
Gairdner, co-broadcasted by the Canadian Conference for Global Health, are bringing multi-stakeholders and leaders from academia, innovation, and governance together to discuss the way forward. Now is the time to work on meeting the SDGs and health-related SDGs effectively. To achieve the SDGs successfuly, the approaches being adopted has to be effective, evidence-based, innovative, and inclusive. In this webinar, experts will be discussing how the approaches adopted globally can meet these criteria to effectively address the SDGs and the health-related SDGs.
The approaches adopted needs to contain effective policies and ideas that would act as effective interventions to the communities that needs them. Furthermore, it will work to improve the current healthcare landscape, while aiming to build a stronger health systems globally.
Approaches being adopted that contains data-tracking and scientific research have been regarded as important during the pandemic. This webinar will discuss further how we can utilize these tools to improve health access and equity.
Furthermore, effective approaches need to be innovative through adopting novel solutions to any new problem that may arise. It will also learn from the previous pandemic responses and addresses effectively the long-standing inequalities through creating an equitable global response.
To achieve the health-related SDGs, we need to adopt a cross-sectoral approaches that examines different factors like gender, environment, economic inequality, technologies, infrastructure, and their impact on health. This webinar will discuss the ways ideas, voices, and outcomes of health and health-related SDGs can be equitable globally across different communities.
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