A Call to Action to Canada’s Federal Party Leaders Ahead of Global COVID-19 Summit on Ending the Pandemic and Building Back Better

A health worker injects the vaccine to students during vaccine program in Cinangka Public High School, Serang, Banten, Indonesia in August 2021.Rosa Panggabean/CARE

The Global COVID-19 Summit, on September 22, on the margins of the 76th Session of the United Nations General Assembly, will take place days after Canadians elect a new government. CARE Canada urges all parties to work together now and make bold new commitments that will ensure the pandemic is defeated within the next twelve months, as a priority of the new government.

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How COVID-19 vaccines make it around the world

Aminata Kalokoh is a nurse in Sierra Leone. She and her colleagues worked with CARE to introduced the Community Scorecard, a process developed by CARE through the Advancing Partners project designed to incorporate inclusive governance practices into health service delivery. Photo: Shantelle Spencer

The world was able to administer 1 billion doses of the COVID-19 vaccine within 4 months of starting widespread vaccination campaigns. See how CARE is jumping in to support vaccination efforts in 23 countries around the world:

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Video: The world is better when she leads too

Video: The world is better when she leads too

Women are on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis—as health care workers, community leaders, caregivers—mobilizing the individuals, communities and support needed to build a more equal, more resilient world.

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