A severe pandemic would harm health, economies, and communities in all countries, but especially in poor and fragile states. Pandemic prevention requires robust public health systems (veterinary and human) that collaborate to stop contagion promptly.
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May 25, 2017 — This report seeks to propose ways in which national governments, development partners can effectively and sustainably finance investments to strengthen country and regional preparedness for health emergencies.
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