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Up for Debate: How do we create a commodities market in the developing world for life-saving medicines?

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Healthcare access and treatment, public-private partnerships, and innovation are among the many issues being addressed at the World Economic Forum this week. To aid the discussion ahead, the Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship partnered with the Executive Office of UNICEF and designed a debate at the strategic intersection of these issues. Core to the framing of this debate is an interview with UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake, which is included in the discussion.

Debate Media Partner: Forbes.com.

 
 

We Need Strong Economies and Supportive Policies to Drive Local Solutions that Improve Health Care

Geralyn S. Ritter

Senior Vice President, Global Public Policy & Corporate Responsibility, Merck

The Missing Link: Reaching the Poorest Children with Life-saving Commodities

Charles Badenoch

Partnership Leader, Advocacy & Justice for Children, World Vision International

Significant Progress in Lowering Mortality, But We Must Not Be Complacent

Raymond G. Chambers

U.N. Secretary-General's Special Envoy for Malaria, United Nations

 
 
 
Up for Debate: How do we create a commodities market in the developing world for life-saving medicines?
We Need Strong Economies and Supportive Policies to Drive Local Solutions that Improve Health Care
The Missing Link: Reaching the Poorest Children with Life-saving Commodities
Significant Progress in Lowering Mortality, But We Must Not Be Complacent
Creating an equitable commodities market for life-saving medicines
Healthy Children are Good for Business
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