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Agenda and Delegations

1. Formulating a Comprehensive Global Strategy to Combat Antimicrobial Resistance

2. Devising strategies for equitable global vaccine distribution and mandatory vaccination policies to tackle health inequities.

To effectively combat antimicrobial resistance (AMR) on a global scale, we need a well-rounded, collaborative approach. This means improving how we track AMR trends worldwide, being more mindful about how antibiotics are used in both healthcare and agriculture and pouring resources into finding new treatments and antibiotics. Countries must work together and share information freely, because AMR is a problem that crosses all borders and can affect anyone, anywhere.

Developing strategies for fair global vaccine distribution, coupled with mandatory vaccination policies, is crucial in addressing health inequities. This involves creating systems that ensure vaccines, especially for life-threatening diseases, are accessible to all regions, including underprivileged and remote areas. Additionally, implementing mandatory vaccination policies can be pivotal in achieving widespread immunization and herd immunity, but these must be balanced with public education and ethical considerations to address concerns and maintain public trust. The goal is to create a health framework where everyone, regardless of location or socio-economic status, has equal access to vital vaccines.

The WHO Country List.

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