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G7 Summit outcomes on health in developing countries

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"We need to improve health systems in many countries", said Chancellor Angela Merkel at the end of the G7 Summit, which took place under the German G7 Presidency in Elmau on 7-8 June 2015. Development policy in general, and health in particular, had figured prominently in the discussions. In their final declaration the G7 leaders expressed their support to a number of specific initiatives which mainly aim to address Ebola, antimicrobial resistances and neglected tropical diseases.

Here are the most important links relating to the G7 Elmau summit:

Full text of the G7 Leaders’ Declaration (for health, see page 10):
https://www.g7germany.de/Content/EN/_Anlagen/G7/2015-06-08-g7-abschluss-eng_en.html?nn=1282190

Summary of health-related G7 decisions and activities:
http://www.bmz.de/g7/en/Entwicklungspolitische_Schwerpunkte/Gesundheitssysteme_staerken/index.html

General summary of the G7 Summit outcomes from a development policy perspective:
http://www.bmz.de/g7/en/Entwicklungspolitische_Schwerpunkte/index.html 

Main website on the G7 Summit:
https://www.g7germany.de/Webs/G7/EN/Home_en/home_node.html

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