Davos 2023

Davos 2023: What you need to know about the future of global health

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From COVID-19 to climate change, here's what you need to know about global health for Davos 2023. Image: Unsplash/Bruno Nascimento

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Here's why COVID-19 trends are hard to predict three years into the pandemic

global health expenditure
How government expenditure on health has grown in high-income countries. Image: Our World in Data

>6.7m

The number of people globally who have died from COVID-19 infections

>660m

The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases globally

13bn

The number of COVID-19 vaccines delivered globally

2.3bn

The number of food insecure people around the world in 2021

1.6m

The number of people who died from tuberculosis in 2021

13m

The number of lives Gavi has saved since 2000

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5 key sessions on healthy futures at the Annual Meeting 2023 in DavosGlobal health in numbersA snapshot of global health in 2023Must-reads about healthy futures and the Forum’s impactMore on the healthy futures on AgendaHealth videos to watchTake our healthy futures poll
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