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  • The march to sustainability The march to sustainability

    The recent Davos economic summit majored on sustainability as the direction of travel for economies, even if there was variation between nations in the degree. ... The most universally accepted definition of sustainability came from the United Nations as

  • The Unhappiness Project The Unhappiness Project

    In 2018, See and Yen published a paper showing that happier nations have better health system performance as measured by efficiency. ... And then there’s the United Nations 2017 World Happiness Report (see chart), which shows that among the top 20

  • The power of pharma businesses to drive social change The power of pharma businesses to drive social change

    Through events and discussion, members provide updates on initiatives and network with like-minded individuals to help Access Accelerated work towards the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal target to reduce premature

  • Forming a picture of health Forming a picture of health

    United Nations debated questions of long-term health and longevity. ... Another of the panellists at Merck Consumer Health’s annual debate was Etienne Franca, who is communications officer at the United Nations’ Every Woman Every Child team.

  • Aids related deaths almost halved since 2005, says UNAIDS Aids related deaths almost halved since 2005, says UNAIDS

    That’s according to the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), whose Ending AIDS: progress towards the 90-90-90 targets report says the world is on track to ... As we bring the epidemic under control, health outcomes are improving and

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  • The threat of antimicrobial resistance The threat of antimicrobial resistance

    the United Nations General Assembly in 2016.

  • Case study: Action on Fistula Case study: Action on Fistula

    It then located a geographical area to focus its efforts. Kenya was selected as fistula was a significant issue there, particularly in rural communities: the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) estimates

  • Embracing digital disruption in pharma Embracing digital disruption in pharma

    PsoHappy is a collaboration with The Happiness Research Institute. We have adopted methodologies inspired by the United Nations Happiness Report to explore the impact chronic skin conditions have on well-being.

  • Aiming high for women Aiming high for women

    The United Nations wants to achieve full equality for women over the next 15 years. ... Against this backdrop, the United Nations is taking aim at the problems interfering with women's well-being.

  • A rough guide to... advisory boards A rough guide to... advisory boards

    About five years ago, SCRIPT started learning from negotiation lawyers and United Nations facilitators.

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