Annual PQMD Global Health Policy Forum
Each April, PQMD and members convene alongside representatives from a variety of multi-sectoral global companies, NGOS, and academics to discuss some of the most pressing issues facing the global aid & health sector. Below you will find relevant information from the 2017, 2018,and 2019 meetings, and be sure to save the date for our 2020 meeting set to be held in New York City.
April 16-17 – Geneva, Switzerland
Learn a bit about our 2019 Forum!
The 2019 Global Health Policy Forum galvanized cross-sectoral collective action by examining and challenging our current understanding of resilient and inclusive health systems, governance models, disaster response and pandemics all through the lens of product donations. The Forum highlighted the importance of innovation and systems thinking in an era of collaborative transformation to meet the challenges of global health governance & accountability to better define and measure health outcomes.
2018 PQMD Global Health Policy Forum
April 10-11, 2018 – Washington, D.C.
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This high level Forum explored the role of donations and their ability to create sustainable, enabling environments for the promotion of economic growth and prosperity. Guiding questions included:
How do donations become part of the path to sustainable health?
Do donations risk disempowering and undermining sustainable solutions?
What are the unintended consequences of donations?
What is the long term impact of donations assistance?
How do donors, agencies and organizations ensure that we are not creating dependency on donations, but rather moving down a path of sustainable improvement, using the right incentives and contributing to resilient health systems?
Can donations become a building block to support resilient health systems?
What does an exit strategy look like?
2017 PQMD Forum on Global Aid & Access for Health
April 3-4, 2017 – London, UK
The 2017 PQMD Forum on Global Aid and Access for Health, held April 3-6 in London, enabled partners and stakeholders to come together and discuss global access to medicine and health care, long-term investments in disease eradication, and the imperatives of pandemic preparedness. PQMD members, private sector and NGO representatives, along with global agency leaders, gathered to address issues relevant to access to global health and aid, and the many challenges and opportunities faced by the broad cross-section of participants. The forum, sponsored by Henry Schein and facilitated by PQMD, was made possible through additional support from PQMD members AbbVie, BD, , GSK, Pfizer, and Sanofi.