Clinton Global Initiative 2015 Features Campaign for No More Epidemics

No More Epidemics Campaign commitment among Ebola Call to Action at #CGI2015 -- On Sunday, Sept 27, 2015, Management Sciences for Health (MSH), and its partners Save the Children US and International Medical Corps (IMC), along with African Field Epidemiology Network (AFENET), committed to bringing together key partners from the global public health, private, public, and civil society sectors to build the No More Epidemics™ campaign that will advocate for stronger health systems with better disease surveillance and epidemic preparedness capabilities to ensure local disease outbreaks do not become major epidemics.

  1. "We know how to prevent an outbreak from becoming a major epidemic."
    ~ Dr. Jonathan D. Quick (@JonoQuick)
  2. Chelsea Clinton (@ChelseaClinton) announced the No More Epidemics™ campaign during the Sept. 27 #CGI2015 plenary, Ebola Call to Action.
  3. Dr. @JonoQuick (@MSHHealthImpact), @CarolynSave (@SavetheChildren), and Nancy Aossey (@IMC_Worldwide) represented the No More Epidemics campaign on the CGI plenary stage.
  4. Read our Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) commitment
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  6. No More Epidemics Campaign Partners

  7. Management Sciences for Health (@MSHHealthImpact)
  8. Save the Children USA (@SavetheChildren)
  9. International Medical Corps (@IMC_Worldwide)
  10. African Field Epidemiology Network (AFENET)
  11. Join the campaign

  12. Stay tuned! Campaign updates

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