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From panic and neglect to investing in health security : financing pandemic preparedness at a national level (English)

Deadly infectious pandemics will mark humanity's future, as they have shaped its past. Neither individual governments nor the global community can entirely prevent the emergence of infectious threats. But we can be much better prepared. This report by the International Working Group on Financing Preparedness (IWG) proposes ways in which national governments and development partners can finance investments in country and regional preparedness and response capacities for pandemics and other health emergencies. Preparedness for pandemics refers to health and non-health interventions, capabilities, and capacities at community, country, regional, and global levels. Their purpose is to prevent, detect, contain and respond to the spread of disease and other hazards, mitigating social disruptions and limiting risks to international travel and trade.

Details

  • Document Date

    2017/05/01

  • Document Type

    Working Paper

  • Report Number

    115271

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    World,

  • Region

    The World Region,

  • Disclosure Date

    2017/08/11

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    From panic and neglect to investing in health security : financing pandemic preparedness at a national level

  • Keywords

    Country Policy and Institutional Assessment; Fragile & Conflict-Affected States; Integrated Disease Surveillance and Response; infectious disease outbreak; social and economic development; Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation; severe acute respiratory syndrome; public health and environment; Performance of Veterinary Services; Democratic Republic of Congo; pandemic preparedness; domestic resource mobilization; spread of disease; assets and capability; costs of inaction; line of defense; risk of disease; art and science; public sector budget; food and agricultural; acquired immunodeficiency syndrome; multilateral development bank; Public Finance Management; corporate social responsibility; range of disease; international development assistance; credit rating agencies; loss of life; change in consumer; incentives for investment; return on investment; credit rating agency; loss of consumer; epidemic preparedness; Catastrophe Risk Insurance; private sector initiative; purchasing power parity; Health System Strengthening; public health system; private sector engagement; commitment of resource; influenza a virus; disease surveillance system; strategic priority setting; emergency operations center; government and business; gross national income; human development index; shared prosperity goal; Human Immunodeficiency Virus; animal health system; investment case; development partner; health security; universal health; antimicrobial resistance; global health; change management; human life; fiscal space; productivity loss; seamless integration; regional initiative; Nuclear War; accidental release; technical expertise; preparedness plan; national budget; external assistance; global economy; tax design; social disruption; health emergency; human suffering; sick people; healthcare sector; healthcare worker; social impact; draft form; doctoral candidate; pandemic risk; objective assessment; economic vulnerability; preparedness planning; human livelihood; budget allocation; disease preparedness; primary care; allocation formula; unplanned urbanization; social stigma; child caregivers; social fabric; news headlines; direct financing; academic institution; global influenza; signaling effect; national preparedness; budget resource; international finance; security security; case assessment; extreme poverty; reference point; concessional finance; brain damage; full membership; civil unrest; Global Warming; increasing investment; consumer sentiment; domestic investment; emergency address; private consumption; confirmed case; Endemic Disease; narrative data; widespread panic; decline in agriculture; cross-border trade; breeding ground; formal care; global income; income loss; global action; business travel; pandemic response; health coverage; international travel; global threat; mean change; significant loss; insurance vehicle; pandemic prevention; insurance mechanism; Livestock Production; financial market; tax revenue; Macroeconomic Analysis; bond rating; investment criterion; recipient countries; insurance market; business interruption; investment cycle; health objectives; national resource; health threat; situation analysis; national boundary; effective action; sovereign rating; donor support; creative partnership; adequate funds; assessment mechanism; budget cycle; public good; richer countries; Delivery Management; government war; financial crisis; response system; diagnostic services; emergency preparedness; limited resources; budget priority; diverse perspective; private company; multilateral agency; non-governmental organization; online communication; emerging disease; biosafety level; caribbean community; philanthropic institution; partnership framework; sustainable financing; effective compliance; primary focus; laboratory network; small country; concessional financing; Learning and Innovation Credit; beneficiary country; tax ratio; taxation system; important component; animal population; creating incentives; prevention capacity

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From panic and neglect to investing in health security : financing pandemic preparedness at a national level (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/979591495652724770/From-panic-and-neglect-to-investing-in-health-security-financing-pandemic-preparedness-at-a-national-level