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A Global Public Health Convention To Prevent the Next Pandemic

Infectious diseases with pandemic potential present a grave threat to the health and well-being of human societies with the potential to devastate the world’s economy.

Considerations for INB-8 negotiations on WHO pandemic convention/agreement

As member states of the World Health Organization (WHO) continue negotiations on key aspects of the pandemic agreement, the AHF Global Public Health Institute, in partnership with the University of Miami Public Health Policy Lab, underscores critical considerations concerning equity, accountability, global health financing, and civil society participation.

AHF Global Public Health Institute

at the University of Miami

A Global Public Health Convention for the 21st Century

To Prevent the Next Pandemic

Infectious diseases with pandemic potential present a grave threat to the health and well-being of human societies with the potential to devastate the world’s economy. This study draws upon input from 29 global experts to establish the necessary characteristics for global collective action that could effectively ensure greater international cooperation in infectious disease pandemic prevention, preparedness, and response.

About Us

The AHF Global Public Health Institute was created as a joint initiative between the Aids Healthcare Foundation and the University of Miami in order to engage in global public health policy analysis and research to generate objective evidence that can inform improvements in public health policy at the global, regional, national and local levels, particularly for infectious diseases.

Our People

A team of committed individuals that addresses the most pressing global health challenges related to infectious diseases in order to inform public policy and advocacy.

Who We Are

The AHF Global Public Health Institute addresses gaps in global, regional, national, and local public health policies

Research

The AHF Global Public Health Institute engages in global public health policy analysis and research to generate objective evidence that can inform improvements in public health policy at the global, regional, national, and local levels, particularly for infectious diseases.

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La Salud Pública en América Latina: Desafíos y Oportunidades

América Latina (LATAM) persiste como la región más desigual del mundo. Las disparidades en salud en LATAM tienen sus raíces en los determinantes sociales y en sistemas de salud fragmentados.

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Epidemiological Data

In this section, you will find relevant epidemiological data, as well as interactive graphs representing the evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic in Latin America and the Caribbean. This information is updated on a daily basis.
Click here to view Epidemiological data.