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G20 India Presidency Agenda: Putting Data First

JLI director for Global Health Diplomacy Dr. Christoph attended the 1st Health Working Group meeting hosted by the Indian government as part of their G20 presidency in 2023. He was invited…
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G20 Event Recap: Redesigning Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness, and Response

"I fully support the launch of a new Pandemic Fund to help making the world better prepared for future pandemics. JLI has been a proud partner in organizing the side…
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World Health Summit 2022 Recap: Aiming to close the digital divide in healthcare

At the World Health Summit 2022, a new report by Transform Health was launched. It lays out six key recommendations for governments and international funders to effectively channel investments in…
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Global Public Investment Network (GPIN) makes commitment to action with Clinton Global Initiative
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UNGA Event: Accelerating progress on the SDGs by empowering researchers and innovators to use data and AI
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Event recap: GPI: Building a better system: Making Global Public Investment a reality
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Event recap: CISDI/JLI in-person workshops in Jakarta on GPI
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Event Recap: #WHA75 Breakfast Briefing
Civil Society
Know what’s better than a vaccine mandate? A society that doesn’t need one.

The Joep Lange Institute (JLI) was founded in memory of Prof. Dr. Joep Lange in 2016. He was one of the pioneers of HIV AIDS treatment worldwide and especially in Africa.  JLI supports initiatives that helps provide better health to everyone in the world, especially by harnessing the power of mobile technologies to reach more people”

Onno Schellekens, Chairman of the Joep Lange Institute

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It's a new year and we have fresh Word on the Street interviews. Hear people talk about data, personal health data and the opportunities/risks of sharing it.
Listen to this healthcare worker talk about the fragmentation of data between hospitals
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