This last week, the United Nations Secretary-General’s High-Level Panel on Access to Medicines (HLP) published their highly anticipated report on global health technologies. Their report addressed some challenges of ensuring that medical innovations reach underserved populations, a topic central to Sabin’s mission. Specifically, the report gives recommendations for resolving policy incoherencies between public health objectives, human rights principles and international trade regulations.

While much progress has been made globally in reaching the public with immunizations, one in five children across the world still do not have access to routine immunizations.

One year ago, tasked with the mission of uplifting societies around the world, the United Nations Development Program created a call to action known as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to fight poverty and promote sustainable peace and prosperity for all. These Global Goals, as they’re also known, identify targets for a variety of focus areas to be met by 2030. CaT recognizes that effective typhoid prevention and control, through vaccines and improved water and sanitation infrastructure, is a critical piece of these goals’ successes.

With just under two months until Election Day, this year’s presidential candidates are in full campaign mode, crisscrossing the country to reach as many voters as possible before they head to the polls on November 8.