BREAKING THE CYCLE OF PANIC & NEGLECT

We need united action now to respond to COVID-19 and prepare for future pandemics.

BREAKING THE CYCLE
OF PANIC & NEGLECT

We need united
action now
to respond to
COVID-19 and
prepare for
future
pandemics.

No one stakeholder or sector can tackle pandemic preparedness and response alone.

Pandemic Action Network advocates for policy changes and increased support and resources to ensure countries are better prepared to prevent, detect and respond to pandemic threats.

We also use behavior change communications to promote accurate information to ensure people around the world understand what they need to do to protect themselves and their communities from COVID-19.

We believe that every effort we make in the fight against COVID-19 should leave a longer-term legacy that better prepares humanity to deal with outbreaks and help prevent another deadly and costly pandemic from happening again. 

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What will it take to pandemic-proof the planet?

Read our 2021 Agenda for Action detailing the bold actions that world leaders must take to end the COVID-19 pandemic and lay the groundwork for a more pandemic-proof world.

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Join us. Together, we can end this devastating pandemic and stop the next one.

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Our Network is the place for leaders from international institutions, civil society organizations, philanthropies and the private sector to join together on coordinated messaging and action for pandemic preparedness and response.
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We need world leaders to take bold action to end this pandemic and ensure that we are better prepared for emerging pandemic threats. Help amplify our calls for smart policies and sustainable financing for effective response and to ensure our future health security and pandemic preparedness.
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Engage in our strategic communications campaigns—region by region, country by country, community by community—that help move the needle on government efforts and galvanize collective action to stop the spread of COVID-19.