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Accelerating the SDG3 Global Action Plan
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    • Thomas Schwarz, Executive Secretary Medicus Mundi International - Network Health for All

    As outlined in a blog on the making of the “Global Action Plan for healthy lives and well-being for all” published in June (, the information on the GAP that are accessible on the WHO website ( have left us with many worries and unanswered questions. Today, and only two weeks ahead of its formal launch at an UNGA side event in New York, the final text of the GAP is still not available - and our questions and concerns remain unanswered. Instead of further coffee grounds reading, let us critically comment on the GAP once it is published, and let us critically watch its implementation, once the plan is in place.

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