2022 Progress report on the Global Action Plan for Healthy Lives and Well-being for All. Stronger collaboration for an equitable and resilient recovery towards the health-related Sustainable Development Goals – Incentivizing collaboration
As COVID-19 continued to dominate global health over the last year, the direct and indirect impact of the pandemic has led progress against the health-related SDGs to fall even further behind. At the same time, crises such as armed conflict, increasing food insecurity, political and economic instability and the growing impact of climate change threaten to derail recovery from the pandemic.
A key way to respond to and ensure an equitable and resilient recovery from COVID-19 is for multilateral agencies to collaborate even more closely in providing effective and efficient joint support to countries, which is the foundation of the Global Action Plan for Healthy Lives and Well-being for All (SDG3 GAP).
SDG3 GAP is helping to promote synergies among its signatory agencies’ pandemic-specific responses and longer-term work to accelerate progress towards the SDGs by creating an improvement platform for collaboration on health among key actors in the multilateral system.