New York, 22 September 2022 (TDI): The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Save the Children, Inger Ashing will be joining the CEO of International Youth Foundation, Susan Reichle, and Secretary General of the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM), Ahmad Alhendawi.

The meeting will take place at the Devex panel to discuss opportunities as well as challenges confronting children, and youth along with their futures on the sidelines of the 77th Session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).

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The agenda of the event will be to discuss protracted conflicts, the hunger crisis, climate disruption, democratic backsliding, and a world still reeling from the pandemic.

The pandemic revealed and exacerbated massive health disparities. The event, however, aims to create hope for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The event will be joined by various heads of state, business, and civil society leaders, policymakers, activists, and philanthropists. Additionally, the meeting intends to analyze how world leaders can collectively get their country’s health back on track.

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Also, the significance of the development of community races will be underscored to keep up the flow for recovery of the lost potential due to COVID-19.

The objective of the event is to feature Universal Health Coverage Pavilion. Following the Global Fund replenishment, the leaders expect to see the run-up development until the next year. This includes issues like malnutrition, health security, and health equity.

Furthermore, the event will focus on redesigning educational systems in the face of significant learning loss, as well as discussions on the growing hunger crisis, youth employment, inclusion, and how displacement is impeding progress on all of these issues.

The participating leaders will also hear from key figures on financing provided by the UN and the private sector as well as how the climate catastrophe is changing how business is done.

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