Report2 November 2022
Event report and video highlights: Unlocking the potential of collective impact
This past September, Access Accelerated and our strategic partners hosted an in-person gathering in New York City on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly annual meeting for a dynamic discussion on the value and opportunities of measuring collective action for NCDs.
Through thought-provoking discussions on the emerging concept of connective tissue and the less tangible benefits of collaboration and shared purpose, the event gathered diverse voices, globally and from the field, with over 60 health experts and advocates across all sectors from close to 20 countries.
Download the event report and watch the video highlights
With thanks to Access Accelerated Member Companies and Partner Organizations for their contributions.
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