Global Health Policy

  • Arzt mit virtuellem Globus und Verbindung zum Gesundheitsnetz.

    Global health challenges call for solutions that have impact beyond sectoral boundaries and national borders. Over the last decade, Germany has positioned itself strongly in the area of global health and made a major contribution on the international stage.

  • Foto: Rede bei der 67. Weltgesundheitsversammlung (Bildquelle: WHO/Violaine Martin)

    The World Health Organisation (WHO) is a leader in global health issues. It develops globally valid standards, provides guidelines and supports its member states in implementing them.

  • Grafik: Globus

    An internationally coordinated commitment by the Federal Government is central to contributing to the health of all people. For this reason, Germany is involved in international forums such as the G7, G20 and the UN system.

  • Globus

    Globalisation poses great challenges for health policy. At the same time, it is associated with enormous opportunities and makes life easier for many people.

  • Foto: Eine Frau in weißer Bluse und ein Mann im schwarzen Sakko geben sich die Hand

    Germany has internationally recognised formats and platforms that deepen and promote cross-sectoral and cross-disciplinary exchange on experiences, activities and approaches.

Last change: 17. October 2023
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