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Imagine it is 2030. Together, we have achieved the Sustainable Development Goals. New vaccines, better drugs, and improved diagnostic tools have ended the epidemics of HIV & AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria, and neglected tropical diseases – responsible for the death of millions of people every year. Young men and women, and their communities need no longer fear the devastating effects of diseases of poverty. This 2030 may seem like a distant future, but it is not so far away. Learn more

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IMAGINE 2030

A WORLD FREE OF DISEASES AND POVERTY

IMAGINE 2030

A world free of diseases and poverty

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We made it a political priority. We saw the potential of global health innovation to fight these diseases. How new medicines, new vaccines and cures, and new diagnostic tools could end HIV & AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria, and neglected tropical diseases.

We stopped neglecting these diseases and started spending on research. We doubled investment in global health innovation for diseases of poverty. In doing so, we strengthened Europe’s position a place of research excellence, supporting job creation and economic growth.

And the result? Millions of lives saved, prosperous communities, and a healthier world. Learn more

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Researchers around the world – supported by European funding – are already hard at work developing the next generation of vaccines, treatments and diagnostic tools that will help us defeat diseases of poverty like HIV & AIDS, TB, malaria and other neglected tropical diseases.

INNOVATION SPOTLIGHT

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GHTC: 5 ways science is transforming global health and saving lives

As part of the Imagine2030 campaign we want to show that innovation is not just something for the future – it is making a difference in the world today. In a guest post originally published on their own site here, the Global Health Technology Coalition’s (GHTC) Jamie Bay Nishi and Marissa Chmiola talk about the ... Read more...

PATH: Meet the frontline workers fighting malaria

As part of the Imagine2030 campaign we want to show that innovation is not just something for the future. Medical advances being made right now will shape how we fight diseases of poverty in the future, and are delivering changes every day. It will be these advances, and the organisations behind them, that will bring ... Read more...

CEPI – a new way to fund and fight infectious diseases

As part of the Imagine2030 campaign we want to show that innovation is not just something for the future. Biomedical advances being made right now will shape how we fight diseases of poverty in the future, and are delivering changes every day. We’re also not just focused on new medicines or tools, but also on ... Read more...

WHO on World TB Day 2017: “Need to invest more in R&D”

World Tuberculosis Day, falling on March 24 each year, brings attention to a disease that affects one third of the world but is poorly understood by many people. To get an expert insight into the current state of the fight against TB, we spoke to Dr Mario Raviglione, Director of the Global TB Programme at ... Read more...

TBVI: a new TB vaccine and how to get there

As part of the Imagine2030 campaign we want to show that innovation is not just something for the future. Biomedical advances being made right now will shape how we fight diseases of poverty in the future, and are delivering changes every day. It will be these advances, and the organisations behind them, that will bring ... Read more...

TB Alliance: our wishes for the fight against TB by 2030, amid hope for simpler TB treatment

As part of the Imagine2030 campaign we want to show that innovation is not just something for the future. Biomedical advances being made right now will shape how we fight diseases of poverty in the future, and are delivering changes every day. It will be these advances, and the organisations behind them, that will bring ... Read more...
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Imagine2030: Who is behind the campaign?

Deutsche Stiftung Weltbevölkerung (DSW) focuses on the needs and potential of the largest youth generation in history. We are committed to creating demand for and access to health information, services and supplies, and to securing their right for a brighter future. We achieve this by engaging in gender sensitive advocacy, capacity development, and family planning initiatives. With our headquarters Germany, DSW maintains offices in Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda, as well as liaison offices in Berlin and Brussels. DSW also advocates for investment in research and innovation to fight poverty-related and neglected tropical diseases, which is where Imagine2030 comes in! Find out more about us here!

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INVEST IN INNOVATION. END DISEASES OF POVERTY.

© DSW, 2016 / CONTACT

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INVEST IN INNOVATION. END DISEASES OF POVERTY.

© DSW, 2016 / CONTACT