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Every Woman Every Child - Health and Well-being Calendar @UNGA 2018
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DateTime + VenueEventPartner Organziation(s)Details about the EventRSVP Links
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Tuesday, September 1810:30AM-12:00PM (CR 11, UNHQ)High-Level Event on Family Planning: Human Right and Key to Address Humanitarian, Development, Peace NexusUNFPAUNFPA’s side event at the 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly is timely to mark 50 years since the landmark agreement of United Nations International Conference on Human Rights Proclamation of Teheran of 1968 that stated: “Family Planning is a Human Right.” The event will address the need for family planning to address the humanitarian, development and peace nexus.RSVP here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1p7ATvXue56ncIdjNJa-ZuNNvVRwef-DrmjBKZ8Jd-zc/formrestricted?edit_requested=true
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Wednesday, September 19
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Thursday, September 20
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Friday, September 2110:30AM-12:00PM (UNFPA HQ, 605 3rd Ave, New York)Roundtable on harnessing youth-led change for gender equality: UNGA edition (Invite-only)UNFPA, Restless DevelopmentFollow up rountable meeting from HLPFInvite-only
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Friday, September 214:00PM-10:00PM (The Ball Room 4 West 43rd Street New York, NY 10036)First Ladies High Level ForumAfricana Women Working Group at the UN and
Miss CARICOM International Foundation
Held annually during the week of the United Nations General Assembly, the First Ladies High Level Forum Annual Peace Award Dinner is one of the most anticipated women in executive leadership-focused events in New York City. The event brings together distinguished guests including First Ladies of UN Member States and diplomats, international and senior government officials, business and civil society leaders, educators, journalists, philanthropists and other prominent figures who are working towards advancing gender, peace and security progress across the world. RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/firstladies-high-level-forumthe-unga73-session-tickets-49235220871
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Saturday, September 228:00AM-5:00PM (Global; 100% virtual and online with live studios in NYC at Manhattan Center - 311 W 34th St)Global People's SummitThe Humanity Lab Foundation and the United Nations Office for PartnershipsThe Global People’s Summit creates space for accessible conversations, innovative partnerships and inspiration to catalyze action for the Sustainable Development Goals, all around the world. We give all people a seat at the table to create the future we want.
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Sunday, September 238:00AM-10:30AM (The Westin
Grand Central Ballroom -
212 E 42nd St)
PMNCH Annual Accountability Breakfast PMNCH This year's PMNCH breakfast and dialogue will have a stronger focus on effective national/regional political and social accountability mechanisms and how this work complements and is complemented by evidence-for-action from global monitoring and review reports. Chaired by President Dr. Michelle Bachelet (Chile/PMNCH Board) will feature comments by EWEC global champions, launch of the PMNCH Report on Commitments to the EWEC Global Strategy and a series of thematic panels.RSVP here: https://pmnchaccountabilitybreakfast2016.eventbrite.com
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Sunday, September 2310:00AM-5:00PM (92nd St Y)Social Good SummitUNDP, 92nd St Y, Mashable and UN Foundation Held annually during the United Nations General Assembly week, the Summit unites a lively community of global citizens and progressive thought leaders around a common theme: #2030NOW. A dynamic exploration of the world we want to live in by 2030, the Social Good Summit will focus on how we can unlock technology’s potential to make the world a better place.
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Sunday, September 231:00PM-4:00PM (TBC Convene
101 Park Ave
(by Grand Central)
TB Innovation Summit: Modernizing the Fight Against TBThe Stop TB Partnership, Johnson and Johnson (J&J), and the World Economic Forum (WEF) The Summit will bring together a unique mix of leaders from the private, public and civil society sectors, as well as TB survivors, academics, donors, and not-so-usual actors, to discuss the importance and potential of innovation – from research and development (R&D) to delivery – and what it will take to truly modernize the approach to this ancient disease.RSVP: https://tbis.typeform.com/to/vEJ4ZR
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Sunday, September 233:00PM-4:30PM (Convene, 101 Park Ave)Youth for Health WHO, IFMSA, IPSF, UN Foundation, World Economic
Forum, Rabin Martin
N/AN/A
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Sunday, September 234:00PM-6:00PM (TBC, UNHQ)Secretary General’s SDG Leaders Recognition EventUNF, UNFIP and Project Everyone. The high-profile SDG Leaders Recognition event will be hosted by the UN Secretary General during UNGA at the United Nations Secretariat building in New York. The event will celebrate progress towards the Goals, remind the world what is at stake and generate further momentum through highlighting existing efforts from a range of partners.
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Sunday, September 234:00PM-7:00PM (Convene at 237 Park Avenue, New York)It’s broken-let’s fix it! Strategies to improve antenatal careJhpiegoJoin Jhpiego, partners, experts and advocates in maternal and child health for a lively discussion on how to improve the antenatal care experience for women and providers. The session will include a presentation of the results of a transformative approach known as group antenatal care.Register at: https://strategies-to-improve-antenatal-care.eventbrite.com
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Sunday, September 235:00PM-7:00PM (TBC)Global Goals Cast Reception (TBC)TBCTBC
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Sunday, September 235:30PM-9:30PM (AARPs NY Office 750 3rd Ave)AARP Aging Readiness ReceptionAARP and World Economic Forum. Prior to the launch of new, collaborative research by AARP and FP Analytics, join executives from both organizations for a networking reception and preview of key findings, highlighting ten countries that have proven to be more nimble and willing to innovate to adjust their economies and societies for the realities of aging and the opportunities of longevity. Brief remarks will be provided by AARP and World Economic Forum leadership.RSVP via email to international@aarp.org
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Monday, September 247:30AM-9:45AM (Harvard Club, 35 West 44th St)Giving a Voice to a TB PatientWHO, Stop TB Partnership and TBPeople, IFRC, and IFPMALaunch of the “Tuberculosis and You” Publication RSVP to info@ifpma.org
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Monday, September 249:30AM-6:00PM (GA Hall, UNHQ)High-level Plenary on Global Peace: Nelson Mandela Peace SummitUN Member States A high-level plenary meeting on global peace in honor of the centenary of the birth of Nelson Mandela. A political resolution will be adopted.
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Monday, September 2410:00AM (American Heart Association 122 E 42nd St #18, New York, NY 10168)NCD Alliance Supporters in-person MeetingNCD AllianceTBC
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Monday, September 2410:00AM-11:30AM (Population Council, 1 Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, New York, NY)Empowering Girls, Opening Futures: Evidence-Based Programming for Indigenous Girls in the AmericasPopulation Council Parallel to the 73rd Session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA 73), the Population Council will convene diverse partners working to advance the health, dignity and well-being of indigenous girls by focusing on evidence-based programs addressing their unique needsRSVP here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfnVYf35qC2kXHyMNNOyPDK9DVUG_agX4WBG-v-m2eUQzd2KA/viewform
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Monday, September 2411:00AM-1:00PM (Scandinavia
House 58 Park Ave, New York)
Committing to end TB in children and families WHO, UNICEF, and the Stop TB PartnershipLaunch of the Updated Childhood TB RoadmapRSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/committing-to-end-tuberculosis-in-children-adolescents-and-families-tickets-49559897989
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Monday, September 2411:30AM- 1:00PM (CR F, UNHQ)Scaling up action towards achieving SDG 3Defeat NCDs Partnership,
UNOPS, Novo Nordisk and the Ministry of Foreign
Affairs of Denmark
An introduction to The Defeat-NCD Partnership, a new public-private partnership established to progress sustained actions against non-communicable diseases (NCDs) towards achieving SDG 3 by 2030.Contact: sebmed@um.dk
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Monday, September 2412PM (TBC)Access to Medicines for NCDs, NTDs and more (TBC)Access Challenge TBC
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Monday, September 2412PM (Open Society, 224 West 57th Street, New York)TB & Human RightsStop TB Partnership, Open Society, and the Global FundTBC
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Monday, September 2412:30PM-2:30PM (Japan Society
333 East 47th Street
New York, NY 10017)
Data Driving Change: EM2030 SDG Gender Index
Launch
Equal Measures 2030Join leading gender, data and SDG advocates and policy-makers as we launch the Equal Measures 2030 SDG Gender Index framework, new Gender Advocates Data Hub, and global report, including insights from hundreds of advocates from our Global Advocate Survey as well as stories from our work around the world. With exciting speakers and a dynamic regional marketplace exhibition to explore, we look forward to welcoming you as we present this new tool to ensure that girls and women count and are counted.Rgister here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/data-driving-change-em2030-sdg-gender-index-launch-tickets-48693765363?ref=enivtefor001&invite=MTQ5MDk3NDcvcGthbmF5c29uQG5jZGFsbGlhbmNlLm9yZy8w%0A&utm_source=eb_email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=inviteformalv2&utm_term=attend
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Monday, September 241:00PM-2:45PM (CR 3, UNHQ)Eliminating sexual and gender-based violence and protecting the health and rights of women and children in humanitarian settingsAfrican Union, UNAIDS and
the H6 Partnership
This high-level interactive panel will showcase country experiences shared by Heads of States, Civil Society Representatives and Key Stakeholders. This event provides a unique opportunity to highlight the multisectoral nature of human security and the far-reaching impact of global health diplomacy, and the need for intensified effort on prevention and building resilience.TBC
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Monday, September 241:15PM-2:30PM (CR 2, UNHQ)Protecting the Health and Rights of Women and Girls affected by Conflict: Focus on Yemen and South SudanUNFPA, Co-sponsored by Denmark, European Union, South Sudan, and YemenThe UNFPA side event will highlight the plight of women and adolescent girls affected by conflict, with a focus on Yemen and South Sudan, and serve as a platform to discuss measures that have been taken to increase access to SRH and GBV services for women and adolescent girls in humanitarian settings, including refugees, displaced persons, and affected host community. It will provide an opportunity for global media coverage, and the exploration of ways and means and announcement of commitments to provide increased support to improve the health, well-being, and protection of conflict-affected women and adolescent girls.
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Monday, September 241:15PM-2:30PM (CR 7, UNHQ)Cervical Cancer Elimination WHO, Zambia, Thai, Brazil, Australia, UICC, UN
Women, UNICEF, UNFPA, UNAIDS, Unitaid, IAEA, UNODC, Clinton
Health Access Initiative, the Global Fund, GAVI, Human
Reproduction Programme
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Monday, September 241:30PM-4:30PM (Scandinavia House, 58 Park Ave, New York)NCD Alliance Civil Socierty Advocacy Briefing (for NGOs only)NCD AllianceThe NCD Alliance requests you save the date for a Civil Society Advocacy Briefing on the occasion of the 73rd United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) and the third United Nations High-Level Meeting on NCDs (UN HLM on NCDs). Meet other CSOs, learn about the official process that lead to the UN HLM on NCDs, side events taking place during UNGA, new initiatives and papers, and strategise on priority advocacy messages. RSVP here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSecAkU86HRDZFn_vN4-7FBqfpWgDRFtH3upIxhrJM2DeJCwYQ/viewform
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Monday, September 242:30PM-5:00PM (Harvard Club of New York City 35 W 44th St. New York City, NY 10036)Putting Political Will into Action: Public-Private
Partnerships to End TB
MSH, PATHOn the margins of the High-Level Meeting on TB, this side event will raise awareness on the need for political and financial commitments to end TB. Speakers will join a panel discussion to examine the following topics:
-Solution-oriented strategies and innovative approaches to finding the missing TB cases
-New trends on incentivizing private sector delivery
-Ways to scale-up digital technology to end TB
-Financing gaps that hinder delivery of health services to address TB
RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/putting-political-will-into-action-public-private-partnerships-to-end-tb-tickets-49397174278?ref=estw&utm_source=MSH+Newsletter&utm_campaign=f9a922b7fa-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2017_04_GHSAC_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_869a96a773-f9a922b7fa-129815869
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Monday, September 243:00PM-4:00PM (Trusteeship Council Chamber, UNHQ)Launch of the Young People’s Agenda (invite-only)UNICEFTBCInvite-only
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Monday, September 243:00PM-6:00PM (ECOSOC, UNHQ)High-level Meeting on Financing the 2030 AgendaEOSGHosted by the Secretary-General. The HLM will address the following action areas: building momentum and political support at all levels; step up engagement with the private sector; and innovative solutions to finance the SDGs. The opening by the SG will be followed by three interactive panel discussions. More information can be found here: https://www.un.org/sg/en/content/dsg/statement/2018-07-27/deputy-secretary-generals-informal-briefing-secretary-general%E2%80%99s
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Monday, September 243:30PM-7:00PM (South Dining Room, UNHQ)Collective Impact Opportunities Lab (invite only)UN Global
Compact, others - TBC
TBCInvite-only
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Monday, September 244:00PM-6:30PM (The Westin NY Times Square - 270 W 43rd St)Universal Health Coverage Conference 2018, followed by a reception
Concurrent Forums on NCDs, NTDs, Maternal Health, Child Health and Malaria
The Access ChallengeThe Access Challenge UHC Conference 2018 is a strategic platform to highlight the leadership of organizations working towards UHC in Africa. The program includes exhibits, 4 concurrent forums on NCDs, NTDs, Maternal Health, and Child Health and Malaria; and a cocktail and Awards Ceremony and Dinner. For more information please visit: https://www.uhcconference2018.com/RSVP here: https://www.uhcconference2018.com/forum-registration
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Monday, September 246:30PM-8:30PM (Trusteeship Council Chamber, UNHQ)Data Financing to End Hunger GPSDD The event will: 1) Highlight the urgency of SDG 2 – world is falling behind on ending hunger amid volatility. Ways to fight food insecurity are well understood – they start with good information. 2) Announce multi-government and stakeholder collaboration of policy & funding commitments to ‘close the agricultural data gap’. 3) Showcase vanguard countries’ work and call to all countries, donors and philanthropists to join the fight to end hunger by joining an SDG 2 roadmap partnership.
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Monday, September 246:30PM-9:00PM (TBC)Global Health Security DinnerWorld Economic Forum & the Wellcome TrustThis working dinner will focus on identifying and advancing priorities for data innovation to improve epidemic readiness. Participants will consider challenges and opportunities to unlock the potential for reliable private-topublic data sharing to reduce the risk and impact of infectious disease outbreaks.
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Monday, September 247:00PM-9:30PM (Location will be confirmed to attendees)Feast of Ideas (invite-only)NCD FreeDuring the UN General Assembly in New York, NCDFREE will be serving up a Menu for Change with our Feast of Ideas.
A dinner with a difference, this Feast of Ideas will bring together 150 young people from health and non-health sectors over a shared dining experience to discuss, debate, and digest the world’s biggest health issues. Through a curated and expertly facilitated conversation designed to crowdsource ideas, we'll create the ultimate menu of solutions – a Menu for Change – and toast to a better future for everyone
Register interest here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScs-f2jE_P4Mlb1KfDmYVaxyGNQ9pmotJC_SDxDB1J8d2cSjQ/viewform
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Monday, September 24Evening (TBC)Dinner Dialogue: Indonesia’s TB Efforts Forum Stop TB Partnership IndonesiaTBC
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Tuesday, September 257:30AM-9:00AM (Delegates Dining Room)Big Data for Better Lives: Mobile, Statistics & Insights Redefining how the world responds to those in needGSMA, Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data, Unicef, World Food Programme, Royal Norwegian Ministry of Foreign AffairsTBCRSVP: https://www.gsma.com/betterfuture/bigdataforbetterlives
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Tuesday, September 257:30AM-9:30AM (New York Marriot East Side, 525 Lexington Avenue at, E 49th St, New York)BRICS TB Research Network EventBRICS TB Research Network Speakers: BRICS Ministers of Health Possibly invite-only. RSVP to Niresh Bhagwandin <Niresh.Bhagwandin@mrc.ac.za>
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Tuesday, September 257:30AM-10:00AM (Millennium Hotel
Landmark Room One UN Plaza)
Equitable Access to Healthcare in Asia and Africa through UHCAmref Health Africa, Takeda TBCRSVP to peter.waiganjo@amref.org
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Tuesday, September 257:45AM-9:00AM (UK Mission to the UN)Call to Action – Addressing Malnutrition in YemenWHO, UNICEF, WFPN/ARSVP at G-McGhee@dfid.gov.uk
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Tuesday, September 258:00AM-9:30AM (West Terrace, UNHQ)Accelerating the global NCD agenda through youth-led action (invite-only)The Permanent Mission of Denmark to the UN and NCD Child. The event will feature a high-level breakfast panel & global art contest award ceremony.Invite-only. RSVP to:
ncdchild@aap.org
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Tuesday, September 258:00AM-10:00AM (Delegates Private Dining Room 6-8)From High Burden to High Impact: Getting Back on Track to End
Malaria
The Kingdom of eSwatini, The Federal Democratic
Republic of Ethiopia, The Republic of Ghana, The Republic of India
(TBC), The Republic of Mozambique, The Solomon Islands, The
Kingdom of Thailand, African Union Commission, RBM Partnership
to End Malaria, WHO, ALMA, APLMA, United Nations Foundation.
The event will provide a high-level forum at a strategic moment to assess the strategies required to consolidate successes, maximize forthcoming opportunities and reignite progress in the campaign to end malaria, bringing together ministerial representatives of endemic countries and key donors to promote, celebrate and solidify existing commitments, identify priority gaps and opportunities ahead to meet these including financing strategies to help accelerate progress in high burden countries and not lose momentum in elimination countries.N/A
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Tuesday, September 258:00AM-10:00AM (Harvard
Club 35 W 44th Street, New York)
What will it take to address the NCDs and injuries of the poorest? Leading with equity in the NCD and UHC agendaPartners in Health and
Harvard Medical School, in
support of the Lancet NCDI
Poverty Commission
Please join the NCD Synergies project at Partners In Health, and the Program in Global NCDs and Social Change at Harvard Medical School for a breakfast to discuss leading with equity around the NCD and UHC agenda.
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Tuesday, September 258:30AM-10:00AM (the Marriott East Side Hotel in New York, NY)Women Leading the Way – The Power of Women’s Leadership in Politics, Business, and Communities (invite-only)Women Deliver, the National Democratic Institute (NDI), the Government of France and Procter & Gamble From #MeToo to the first Gender Equality Advisory Council to a G7 Presidency, there is growing recognition that we must invest in and advocate for increased women’s agency, decision-making, and leadership at all levels. This event will further the conversation on the power and impact of girls and women as leaders from the global to local levels. The event will feature conversations focused on political leadership, private sector leadership, and community leadership. From young leaders to world leaders, the event will highlight diverse examples of leadership that accelerate progress, drive change, and catalyze action.

The event is by invitation only but will be live streamed via Women Deliver’s Facebook page – all are invited to tune in and participate https://www.facebook.com/womendeliver/

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Tuesday, September 259:00AM-11:00AM (Convene New York City (237 Park Avenue). Funding the future: Innovative Models for A New Era Devex, MSD for Mothers and the Global Financing Facility (GFF) in support of EWECAs world leaders gather for the United Nations General Assembly, we are convening a discussion during this key moment to highlight innovative financing models for healthcare and take an action-oriented look at how we can deepen government and private investor participation in funding the health and nutrition needs of people around the world. Approximately 50 thought leaders in attendance from governments, funding organizations and private banks, and international organizations. The on-stage panel discussion will be followed by an interactive conversation with the audience and will look to highlight a number of different funding models, identify the barriers to mobilizing private capital at scale - and possible solutions for the way forward.
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Tuesday, September 259:00AM-11:00AM (UNICEF, 22nd Floor, 633 3rd Avenue, New York, NY) Creating a Quality of Care Revolution to Save Lives -
Changing our approach to RMNCH in the Era of UHC
UNICEF, Lancet Global Health Commission on High Quality Health Systems in the SDG EraThe past two decades have marked a “golden age” of global health as the world has
mobilized to reduce maternal, newborn and child mortality. However, while access to
health care has grown in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), quality of care
has lagged. The methods of the past will not address the health challenges we currently
face, including a slow decline in newborn mortality and the rise of non-communicable
diseases and injuries, without high quality health systems. Thousands of mothers,
newborns and children will continue to die and will fail to thrive without a change in the
quality of care they receive.
The recently launched Lancet Global Health Commission on High Quality Health
Systems in the SDG Era report on finds that:
§ quality is a determinant of health
§ quality of care is weak across conditions and countries and worst for the most
vulnerable
§ quality of care needs to be prioritized in the UHC, SDG, and primary care
agendas
Join us in a discussion on how we create a revolution in quality of care that will ensure
that every mother and child has access to the quality care that is their right.
RSVP: https://lancethqss.formstack.com/forms/unicef
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Tuesday, September 2511:00AM-2:00PM (Grand Hyatt New York 109 E 42nd Street)Every Woman Every Child Innovation Marketplace Business Roundtable (invite-only)The EWEC Innovation Marketplace and UNF This roundtable discussion will bring together several innovators working on medical device solutions for women’s, children’s and adolescents’ health. The event will feature several innovator pitch sessions, followed by a panel discussion on Dual Market strategies and one on Challenges to Scaling. The event is by invitation only, and is targeting innovators of medical devices, companies in the medical technology space and global health investors.Invite-only
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Tuesday, September 2512:00PM-1:30PM (Danish Mission)Health system’s integration from
a PLWNCDs perspective (TBC)
NCD Alliance, Novo Nordisk, Mission of DenmarkTBC
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Tuesday, September 2512:00PM-2:00PM (Harvard Club
35 W 44th Street, New York)
NCD prevention and adolescents: The time to act (invite-only)Plan International UK, NCD
Child, Population Reference
Bureau, American Academy of
Paediatrics, AstraZeneca
Young Health Programme, RTI
International
Come and experience our NEW interactive, online global database on NCD risk factors among young people and the progress achieved by countries targeting their teens. We will release new research showing the high return on investment when young people are included in NCD prevention. Experts and young advocates will combine to discuss:
• How we can build on the momentum of the High-Level Meeting and drive policy change relevant needs of adolescents.
• How we better translate data and evidence on adolescent health into robust policy action.
• How do we better amplify young voices so to tackle NCDs, one of the greatest social justice challenges of our time?
Register interest here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSerpy6v1eafx2T365Fgt1UR2Mh_BPjYZ2ne_vgg28VC_uKIDg/viewform?fbzx=-9051954659428227000
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Tuesday, September 2512:30PM-3:30PM (Fitzpatrick Grand Central Hotel, 141 E. 44th St)United to End Tuberculosis in Africa: A Continental Response (invite-only) WHO AFRO, AU, NEPAD, WB, the Global Fund to
Fight AIDS, TB, and Malaria, STBP, MINERALS COUN
N/AInvite Only
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Tuesday, September 251:00PM-3:00PM (Empire Ballroom, InterContinental New York Barclay)She Is Equal: Leveling the Law for Women and Girls by 2030Global Citizen, UN Women, and the Group of Champions for Women’s Economic EmpowermentThis Global Citizen Week event - She Is Equal: Leveling the Law for Women and Girls by 2030 - will bring forward the work of the UN High-Level Panel on Women’s Economic Empowerment, particularly as it relates to legislative reform. The reception will convene leaders from government, international and regional organizations, civil society, the private sector and parliaments, as well as youth activists and global influencers for a robust discussion and exchange of ideas on women’s economic empowerment and legal reform initiatives.RSVP here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdxiz7YUqe9C5JTyjzK9J7mhrOgfWkpUgKRHDtrgfDXHCpbpg/viewform
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Tuesday, September 251:00PM-6:00PM (SAP 10 Hudson Yards, New York, NY) Global Goals World CupEir Soccer, UNDP, Save the Children, GAIN and Women DeliverThe Global Goals World Cup is an alternative activist world cup for women from all over the world. It is for everyone! You do not have to be an experienced soccer player to enter. We have changed the rules, so that taking action, being creative and brining your crowd is just as important as scoring goals.Register here: http://ggwcup.com/registration-nyc-2018
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Tuesday, September 251:00PM-3:00PM (UNAIDS Office)Civil-society members of official delegations Strategising Meeting (invite-only)Stop TB PartnershipN/AOpen to civil society members of official delegations only. POC: James Malar (jamesm@stoptb.org)
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Tuesday, September 251:15PM-2:30PM (CR3, UNHQ)Food Systems Approaches to the Prevention of NCDsNorway, Finland, Indonesia, Sweden, EAT, WHON/AN/A
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Tuesday, September 253:00PM-5:00PM (Harvard
Club 35 W 44th Street, New York)
There When Needed: Coming Together to Ensure Access to NCD Treatment and Care
Followed by a joint reception with Access Accelerated
The Coalition for Access to
NCD Medicines & Products
Translating the commitments made at the high-level meeting on NCDs into meaningful country action will require coordinated effort across sectors, particularly when it comes to realizing access to NCD medicines and products. Attendees will hear from leading voices in government, industry, academia, and the non-profit sector on how catalyzing innovations in financing and service delivery are critical to the system strengthening efforts needed to combat NCDs and realize universal health coverage.RSVP by 31 August here: https://pages.devex.com/there-when-needed-unga2018.html?mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiWWpReVlqYzFPVE5sTkRKayIsInQiOiJ4dk1Xb3hneENoV21xZ0tiSkF0V3REdFVIMExLc0ROVmM0NDN3NXdRYVJXK1VKRFwvaDJ2V2dHZGxFQVZYZExPbWloTjhsdlRzMUNTeEl0OVA2MDFUVGxpWTJLb2xWYjV2WGplVHE5Y2xNYXl0MkVpcHkwRThGRzBnVDNOelwvT0pqIn0%3D
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Tuesday, September 255:00PM-6:30PM (Millennium Hilton, New York, One UN Plaza)ICM ROUNDTABLE STAKEHOLDER MEETING (invite-only) International Confederation of Midwives (ICM)‘Quality, Equity and Leadership’ are the themes that embody the International Confederation of Midwives 2017-2020
triennium strategy and continue to guide and influence the work of the organisation. This meeting will bring together our
key stakeholders within maternal and reproductive health for a discussion on the work of ICM as well as our strategic
vision moving forward.The goal of the session is to identify solutions to the operational and financial obstacles that surround midwifery. The event will close with a call-to- action for partnerships and funding to increase demand and resourcing for midwives around the
world. The event will be followed by the ‘Midwifery Champions’ cocktail reception
Invite-only
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Tuesday, September 255:30PM-7:30PM (New York Marriott East Side Stuyvesant Ballroom
525 Lexington Avenue, New York)
Time to Disrupt the Health Care System: Novel Solutions for Quality Care in the NCD Era
American Heart Association,
NCD Alliance, University of
Oxford Nuffield Center,
Children’s Heart Link, World
Heart Federation, Partners in
Health, Young Professionals
Chronic Disease Network,
World Stroke Organization,
Arnhold Institute for Global
Health at Icahn School of
Medicine at Mount Sinai
To achieve Universal Health Coverage and reduce premature NCD deaths by a third, health care systems will need to radically transform. The Sustainable Development Goal mantra to, “leave no one behind", underscores a broad public health approach and a call for action by all stakeholders. This event will showcase patient stories and international examples of disruptive innovations at the primary, secondary and tertiary levels. Among them how primary care can be delivered to address primary prevention within communities and promising policies that support accountability in improving care and secondary prevention at the clinical level. At the heart of all these solutions is the patient and creating healthier communities. Come join us for a discussion that reimagines how we can strengthen our health systems.RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/time-to-disrupt-the-health-care-system-novel-solutions-for-quality-care-in-the-ncd-era-tickets-48915859653
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Tuesday, September 256:00PM-7:30PM (The Westin Grand Central 212 E 42nd Street, New York)High-level Reception: Uniting for Every Woman Every Child (invite-only)aThe Every Woman Every Child secretariat in partnership with PMNCH and the Government of India This High-level Reception will galvanize political momentum around the EWEC movement, in the margins of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA73), and will highlight the on-going unification of EWEC partners towards the ambition of the EWEC Global Strategy, showcasing their common strategic direction in delivering concrete results at country-level. Invite-only. If interested in attending, please contact: darwishn@un.org
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Tuesday, September 256:00PM-8:00PM (Harvard Club
35 W 44th Street, New York)
Access Accelerated Side event, followed by cocktail receptionAccess Accelerated, IFPMATBC
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Tuesday, September 256:00PM-9:00PM (Roosevelt Hotel 45 E 45th St.)Launch of the AMR Challenge CDC, PEW charitable trust, Wellcome Trust, BMGF, UNFThe AMR Challenge encourages global leaders to make formal commitments that further progress against antimicrobial resistance. Your efforts could contribute to solutions that protect humans, animals, and the environment from this global threat.RSVP: http://forms.logiforms.com/formdata/user_forms/9580_18629/359871/page1.html?cachebust=2735
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Tuesday, September 256:15PM-8:30PM (Nippon Club, 145 W. 57th St)Accelerating Global TB Response through Technical InnovationJapan, NikkeiJoin us for a lively panel discussion on effective ways to apply groundbreaking innovations to the frontlines of the battle against TB. Representatives from international organizations, high-burden countries, and civil society will discuss real-world case studies of innovative TB countermeasures, including ways of utilizing diagnostics and treatments for multidrug-resistant TB and new approaches that can ensure more thorough detection and treatment of TB patients, including infants, around the world.Register by 14 September here: https://eventregist.com/e/tb2018
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Tuesday, September 256:30PM-8:30PM (Library Hotel, 299 Madison
Avenue, New York, NY)
Ending TBUnitaid, endTB, Partners in Health, Medecins Sans
Frontieres, WHO
N/ARSVP: partnerships@pih.org
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Tuesday, September 256:30PM-10:30PM (Crowne Plaza Times Square)Our Night with the Stars: Celebrate TB Survivors, Celebrities and Champions (invite-only)Stop TB Partnership N/AInvite-only
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Tuesday, September 25All Day (The Times Center - 242 W 41st St)Global Citizen Movement MakersGlobal CitizenTBC
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Tuesday, September 25TBCAfrican Union meeting on Common Africa Position on TBThe African UnionTBC
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Wednesday, September 267:30AM-9:00AM (Convene
730 Third Avenue, 18th floor
New York)
Obesity and the SDGs: creating a new narrative (invite-only)World Economic Forum,
World Obesity Federation,
Healthy Caribbean Coalition, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark
TBCInvite-only. Contact: mpretty@worldobesity.org
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Wednesday, September 267:30AM-9:30AM (DDR, UNHQ)Leave no one behind: Scaling up integrated people-centred TB/HIV care towards universal health coverage.KNCV, Aidsfonds, AFEW, ICSS/GFAN, WHO, UNAIDSMore details forthcoming
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Wednesday, September 267:30AM-1:00PM (Convene, 730 Third Ave,18th Floor, Union Square Hub)Non-Communiciable Disease (NCD) DayTBCThis meeting will be conducted in the context of the NCD
Dialogue Series project and will be a series of sessions
showcasing the World Economic Forum’s platform portfolio
on NCDs prior to the UN High-Level Meeting on NCDs. The
overall objectives are to emphasize the importance of
private-sector involvement to achieve SDG target 3.4 (on
NCDs) and to provide a platform for progressing different
focus themes in the global NCD agenda.
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Wednesday, September 268:00AM-9:00AM (Danish Mission
One Dag Hammarskjöld Plaza
885 Second Avenue, 18th fl (TBC))
Leveraging Global Supply Chains to Achieve Gender Equality, Advance Worker Health, and Realize Returns: a private, roundtable discussion to discuss concrete corporate action.UNF, UNFPA, UNGC, Population Council and the Danish Mission (TBC). A private, roundtable discussion during UNGA designed to bring together leading corporations with global supply chains employing disproportionate numbers of women workers to hear from other companies taking action to improve the health and wellbeing of female workers and to learn about new ways to take action that deliver returns while achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.
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Wednesday, September 268:00AM-9:30AM (The Westin Grand Central 212 E 42nd Street, New York)Accelerating Universal Health Coverage through Innovative Public-Private PartnershipsNovartis Foundation,
IntraHealth, UN Foundation
This event aims to discuss ways in which the private sector is teaming up with governments and development partners to improve access to high-quality primary health care services and make faster progress toward universal health coverage (UHC).
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Wednesday, September 268:00AM-9:30AM (DDR, UNHQ)Leave No One Behind: Scaling-up integrated TB/HIV Care
towards Universal Health Coverage
Netherlands, KNCV, WHO,
UNAIDS
N/AN/A
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Wednesday, September 268:00AM-9:30AM (CR2, UNHQ)Tobacco-Free Finance PledgeTobacco Free Portfolios,
France, and Australia
This unique initiative represents a new collaboration between global Finance, Health, Government and Civil Society and will accelerate progress toward a tobacco-free future. The launch event is being co-sponsored by the French and Australian Governments and will take place in the presence of Her Royal Highness Princess Dina Mired of Jordan, President-Elect of the Union for International Cancer Control and Global Ambassador for Tobacco Free Portfolios.RSVP before 5:00pm EDT, Wednesday 19 September 2018 via email:
maxine.touba@diplomatie.gouv.fr
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Wednesday, September 26-289:00AM-5:00PM (Alfred Lerner Hall - 2920 Broadway)SDSN’s International Conference on Sustainable DevelopmentSDSN The theme for ICSD 2018 is “Breaking Down Silos: Fostering Collaborative Action on the SDGs.” The International Conference on Sustainable Development (ICSD) provides a forum for academia, government, civil society, UN agencies, and the private sector to come together to share practical solutions to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The event features keynote addresses from heads of state and leaders on sustainable development, as well as 300+ academic presentations. Full calendar of events at http://ic-sd.org/
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Wednesday, September 269:30AM-11:00AM (Convene
730 Third Ave, 18th Floor – Union
Square Hub)
Transforming healthcare systems to respond to the NCD burden by focusing on early diagnosisWorld Economic Forum, Royal
Phillips, Devex
TBCRSVP to HealthandHealthcareIndustries@weforum.org
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Wednesday, September 2610:00AM-1:00PM; 3:00PM-6:00PM (ECOSOC; CR4, UNHQ)UN High-level Meeting on TBUN Member States Heads of State will gather in New York this year at the United Nations General Assembly first-ever high-level meeting on tuberculosis (TB) to accelerate efforts in ending TB and reach all affected people with prevention and care. The theme of the meeting is “United to end tuberculosis: an urgent global response to a global epidemic”. The high-level meeting should result in an ambitious Political Declaration on TB endorsed by Heads of State that will strengthen action and investments for the end TB response, saving millions of lives.
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Wednesday, September 2610AM -12PMHeForShe Impact SummitHeForSheTBC
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Wednesday, September 2611:30AM-1:00PM (Convene
730 Third Ave, 18th Floor – Union
Square Hub)
Increasing capacity-building for public and private cooperation to advance the NCD AgendaWorld Economic Forum,
Arnhold Institute for Global
Health, Icahn School of
Medicine at Mount Sinai
TBCRSVP to HealthandHealthcareIndustries@weforum.org
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Wednesday, September 261:00PM-3:00PM (Private Dining Room 1-3, UNHQ)Breaking the barriers towards Ending TB in South East Asia (invite-only)
Region
WHO SEAR and a number of member states The objective of this side event is to demonstrate political commitment, highlight specific needs of the region and discuss partnership opportunities towards ending TB in WHO South-East Asia in line with the targets set out in the HLM outcome document.Invite-only
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Wednesday, September 261:00PM-2:45PM (The Westin NY Grand Central 212 E 42nd Street, New York)The Impact of Digital Health on NCDs in Primary Care & Launch of the UN Broadband Commission Report on Digital Health & NCDsNovartis Foundation, IntelTBC
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Wednesday, September 261:15PM-2:30PM (CR A, UNHQ)Combatting NCDs from the village to the UN The Permanent Mission of
Denmark, Danish NCD
Alliance, East African NCD
Alliance, NCD Alliance
TBC
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Wednesday, September 261:30PM-3:00PM (CR3, UNHQ)Time to Act on Global Mental HealthThe Permanent Missions of Bahrain, Belgium Canada and the Netherlands, together with the Global Campaign on Mental Health and Born This Way FoundationThe event will bring together leaders from government, civil society, the business community, youth movements and people with lived experience of mental ill health from around the world. Speakers will highlight examples of progress from around the world and address the need for greater action.RSVP to rsvp@gcfmh.org
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Wednesday, September 261:30PM-3:00PM (UNHQ)USAID Global TB Accelerator (invite-only)USAIDN/AInvite-only
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Wednesday, September 262:00PM-5:00PM (UNICEF House)Action for Refugee Education (invite-only)Save The Children, The UN
Refugee Agency, UNICEF, The
world Bank, UNESCO, Global
Partnership for Education,
Global Citizen, INEE, Education
cannot wait, The initiative for
Child Rights in the Global
Compacts
TBCInvite-only
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Wednesday, September 262:00PM-3:30PM (African Union Conference, 3 Dag PLaza)The Fight for Quality Medicines in Africa – Stopping Falsified,
Substandard Medicines
WHO AFRO (on behalf of Algeria, Benin, Congo,
Kenya, Namibia, Zimbabwe)
N/AN/A
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Wednesday, September 264:00PM-6:00PM ( The Westin Grand Central, New York)Tackling NCDs at Primary Care Level: Effective models and pathways to scaleEli LillyTBC
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Wednesday, September 264:00PM-6:00PM (GRAND HYATT NEW YORK- Alvin & Carnegie Rooms
109 EAST 42ND STREET)
Accelerating Global Elimination of Cervical Cancer: A Call to ActionUICC, American Cancer
Society, NCD Alliance, Cancer
Action Network, Together for
Health, Adva Med DX
Hear from public health leaders as they discuss how various sectors are taking action and working together to achieve global elimination of HPV cancers through vaccination and integration of screening and treatment into health systems and programs.RSVP here: https://www.acscan.org/events/accelerating-global-elimination-hpv-cervical-cancer
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Wednesdat, September 265:00PM-7:00PM (North Lawn, UNHQ)#JumpTheTalk Living Actively to #BeatNCDsUNICEF, Sweden, Jamaica, and othersN/AN/A
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Wednesday, September 265PM-7:30PM (Ford Foundation Building, East 43rd Street, New York, NY)Supporting communities to end child marriage, launch of the Girls First Fund (invite-only)Girls Not Brides, Ford Foundation and
NoVo Foundation
The reception will celebrate community-based organizations driving efforts to end child marriage, and explore how to leverage more resources to accelerate their efforts.Invite-only
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Wednesday, September 265:30PM-7:00PM (Helmsley Charitable Trust 230 Park Avenue, Suite 401
New York)
How can we improve access to essential NCD
medicines? The lessons learned from insulin, followed by cocktail reception
ACCISSTBCPre-register here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/P9Q2QX5
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Wednesday, September 266:00PM-8:00PM (South Dining Room, UNHQ)UHC Leaves No One Behind: working together towards good health and well-being for all (invite-only)Royal Thai Government, the Government of Japan and the Govenrment of Uruguay The High-level Meeting (HLM) on UHC in 2019 represents a key milestone to foster political commitment & drive action, building on HLMs on Ending AIDS, AMR, TB & NCDs. We must achieve UHC to promote
physical & mental health & well-being for all by 2030. To achieve this goal, at least 1 billion more people will need to have access to essential health services in each five-year period between 2015 & 2030.
This multi-stakeholder dialogue will cover the following topics to prepare UHC Political Declaration in 2019:
• Options for collaboration, alignment & harmonisation across SDG3+ goals & targets
• Health investments for increased equity, access & security
• Building momentum to increase delivery of a package of essential health services
Invite only. RSVP link will be distributed around the beginning of September
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Wednesday, September 266:00PM-8:00PM (CR A, UNHQ)Addressing Childhood Obesity in EuropeWHO, PortugalN/AN/A
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Wednesday, September 266:30PM-8:30PM (Scandinavia
House 58 Park Ave, New York)
No Turning Back: Charting opportunities to invigorate and intensify the NCD response, a high-level receptionNCD AllianceOn the eve of the third UN High-Level Meeting on NCDs, we will take a moment to celebrate the achievements of the NCD movement together with friends and allies, including the global health and development community attending the 73rd Session of the UN General Assembly. We will reflect on how far we have come together, as civil society and people living with NCDs, and look forward to our next steps following the adoption of the Political Declaration. RSVP here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfe0MWdSr2SjHE0fEyO6Q3rmUwFoQwsl0h2nCRwDUua_Jqtuw/viewform
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Wednesday, September 266:30PM - 8:30PM (Grand Hyatt New York - Broadway Room)Preventing TB to End TB, Bending the Curve: The Critical Role of TB Preventative Therapy (TPT) in achieving the END TB Strategy Targets (invite-only)CDC Foundation/US
Government
TBCInvite-only
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Wednesday, September 267:00PM-9:00PM (Mondrian Terrace, 444 Park Ave South)An exclusive preview of the new NCDs "Saving lives, spending less" web portalWHO, Bloomberg Exclusive preview of the new NCDs “Saving lives, spending less” web portal.
This tool presents country specific investment opportunities for NCDs.
RSVP here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdvWheFtO7oskIgmS9HOEuTXOuiDHX3XCTsb8p2DTjK5-cBzw/viewform
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Wednesday, September 267:30PM-9:30PM (The Westin Grand Central)Innovations in Partnerships: The Road to Universal Health CoverageUNF, Novartis Foundation, IntraHealth International, Africa Health Business and Africa Healthcare Federation. This event aims to discuss ways in which the private sector team up with governments and development partners in Africa to improve access to high-quality primary health care services and make faster progress toward universal health coverage (UHC).
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Wednesday, September 26Evening Reception (TBC)Reception for Heads of State and GovernmentBloomberg PhilanthropiesTBC
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Thursday, September 277:45 AM - 9:30 AM (CR 3, UNHQ)Independent Accountability Panel for Every Woman, Every Child, Every Adolescent (IAP) 2018 Report launch: Private Sector – Who is Accountable?Hosted by the Governments of Finland and South Africa, and co-organized by the IAP with the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (PMNCH).Join the launch of the 2018 Report of the UN Secretary General’s Independent Accountability Panel for Every Woman, Every Child, Every Adolescent (IAP). The report’s key findings and recommendations, focused on this year’s theme – The Private Sector: Who is Accountable? - will be presented by the IAP Co-Chairs joined by a high-level and distinguished panel of dignitaries. Following their brief remarks, audience members will be invited to engage in a dynamic exchange with interventions from the floor, representing Member States, UN agencies, funds and foundations, health professionals, civil society, private sector and other stakeholders.For information contact info@iapewec.org. RSVP by 10 September here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/iap-2018-report-launch-registration-48907227835?ref=enivtefor001&invite=MTQ5MDk4Mzkva3VvdEB1bi5vcmcvMA%3D%3D%0A&utm_source=eb_email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=inviteformalv2&utm_term=attend
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Thursday, September 278:00AM-9:30AM (CR11, UNHQ)Tobacco Control at the Heart of Preventing NCDs: the Success
Story of the WHO FCTC
WHO, NetherlandsTBC
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