All times in CET

10.00-11.00

Welcome and Registration 

10.40-11.10

Welcome Remarks

Moderator of the Summit: Ali Aslan, International TV Presenter

Alan Donnelly, Chair + Convenor, The G20 Health and Development Partnership (Summit Host) (3 minutes)

Hatice Beton, Executive Director, The G20 Health and Development Partnership (Summit Co-Host) (2 minutes)

Keynote

Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General, World Health Organization (WHO) (10 minutes)

Budi Sadikin, Minister of Health, Indonesia (5 minutes) (TBC)

11.10-11.20

FIRESIDE CHAT – IS THE NEW NEXUS OF HEALTH AND THE ECONOMY TO STAY ON G20 FINANCE MINISTERS AGENDAFTER THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC?

In conversation with:

Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Senior Minister, Singapore   

11.20 -12.30

PANEL 1: THE G20 JOINT HEALTH & FINANCE TASKFORCE – A POLICY MODEL TO PROMOTE A NEW ERA OF HEALTH FINANCING IN G20+?

Session Description: During the Italian G20 Presidency in 2021, the Joint G20 Health & Finance Taskforce (JFHTF) was created to support the health and financial coordination to deal with the pandemic and other health emergencies in line with the International Health Regulations (IHR). Following the Joint G20 Health and Finance Ministers Meeting in June 2022, the Taskforce discussed how to:

i) update the evolving global health architecture and the G20 contribution;

(ii) establish a finance & health coordination arrangement for Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response (PPR) financing;

(iii) propose a Financial Intermediary Fund (FIF) for PPR.

Chair: Alan Donnelly, Chairman, G20HDP (3 minutes)

Panellists: (45-minute panel discussion)

  • Hasbullah Thabrany, Lead Co-Chair, T20 Global Health Security and COVID-19 Task Force; Former Dean of the School of Public Health, University of Indonesia
  • Dietrich Domanski, Secretary General, Financial Stability Board (FSB)  
  • Rachel Silverman Bonnifield, Policy Fellow, Center for Global Development (CGD) 
  • Dame Angela Eagle MP, Member of the House of Commons, United Kingdom

Q&A and Discussions (15 minutes)

Concluding Remarks for the Session: 

  • Sandro Gozi, Member of the European Parliament & Global Ambassador, G20HDP  (TBC)

12.30-13.00

Lunch Break

13.00-13.15

FIRESIDE CHAT: POST COMMONWEALTH HEADS OF GOVERNMENT MEETING – CHALLENGES & BEST PRACTICES FROM 56 COMMONWELTH COUNTRIES

In conversation with Patricia Scotland, Secretary General, Commonwealth of Nations 

13.15-14.15

PANEL 2: FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARY FUND (FIF) TO PREVENT FUTURE PANDEMICS – A NEW GLOBAL HEALTH FINANCING TOOL CREATED BY THE G20, BUT HOW WILL THE GOVERNANCE WORK?

Session Description: The FIF for Pandemic Preparedness and Response (PPR) is one of the key initiatives developed and managed by the G20 JFHTF. During the G20 Joint Health and Finance Ministers Meeting in Indonesia on 21-22 June 2022, the World Bank and the WHO presented the establishment and finalisation of the FIF by November 2022.

With the latest FIF, the World Bank has to date created 27 other FIF’s. What is different about this FIF?

Close to US$ 1 billion has been pledged from G20 member states to support the FIF for PPR, but the real annual gap in financing pandemic preparedness and response is estimated to be US$ 10.5 billion.

Keynote: Bruce Aylward, Senior Advisor to the Director-General (5-7 minutes)

Chair: Alan Donnelly, Chairman, G20HDP (3 minutes)

Panellists: (30 minute in total)

  • Mariana Mazzucato, Chair, Council on the Economic of Health for All, WHO 
  • Priya Basu, Head of COVID-19 Task Force Secretariat, World Bank 
  • Mary Mirabelli, Senior Vice President, HFMA
  • Fifa A Rahman, Representative Global civil society, World Health Organization ACT-Accelerator for access to COVID-19 tools Accelerator
  • Sonia Tarragona, Chief of Staff, National Ministry of Health, Argentina 

Q&A and Discussions (15 minutes)

Concluding Remarks for the Session: Eloise Todd, Co-Founder, Pandemic Action Network 

14.15-14.45

Coffee Break

14.45-15.00

FIRESIDE CHAT – WHAT DO WE MEAN BY INNOVATION IN HEALTH ESPECIALLY BEFORE AND AFTER THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC?

In conversation with: Michelle Chew, Youth Representative, International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

15.00- 15.45

PANEL 3: HOW CAN WE INCREASE FISCAL SPACE TO SUPPORT INVESTMENTS IN HEALTH SYSTEMS STRENGTHENING IN LOW- AND MIDDLE-INCOME COUNTRIES? 

Chair: Rifat Atun, Professor Harvard University, School of Public Health (3 min)

Panellists: (3 minutes per question)

  • Ruchir Agarwal, Head of Global Health Practice, International Monetary Fund 
  • Jill Dauchy, Founder and CEO, Potomac  
  • Rispah Walumbe, Senior Health Policy Adviser, AMREF 
  • Francesca Colombo, Head of the Health Division, OECD
  • Nadia Daar, Head, Oxfam International’s D.C. Office 

Q&A and Discussions (10 minutes) 

Concluding Remarks for the Session: Rifat Atun, Professor Harvard University, School of Public Health

15.45-16.45

PANEL 4:  RISK, RETURN & IMPACT WILL TRANSFORM THE FUTURE INVESTMENTS IN OUR ECONOMIES:  HOW CAN IMPACT INVESTMENT IN HEALTH DRIVE SOCIOECONOMIC GROWTH TO CLOSE THE GAP TO ACHIEVE SDG3 BY 2030?

Session Description: The Center for Innovation and Impact has calculated that there are currently US$ 200 trillion existing in capital markets globally. One percent (1%) of global capital markets can be used to close the entire SDG gap. Less than 50% of that would close the gap in health-related SDGs.

If we want to halt these emerging costs and create sustainable surveillance and financing mechanisms for the future, it is timely to actively put forward concrete and evidence-based recommendations for G20 Health and Finance Ministers. These should focus on how we can diversify funding, integrate the corporate sector, and use the lessons learned from the green financing agenda.

To achieve new ways of sustainable financing in global health, how can we bridge the disconnect between the investor community and the global health community? 

This session will discuss how common health metrics in the G20 can help to monitor and manage health investments, early identify risks, measure impact, and incentivize both health and finance ministers, including the private sector and philanthropy to bridge the health financing gap in accordance with SDG17 on global partnerships.  

Chair: Hatice Beton, Executive Director, The G20 Health and Development Partnership (3 minutes)

Panellists: (3 minutes for each panellist and question)

  • Sonja Haut, Head Strategic Measurement & Materiality,
    Novartis  
  • Philippe Guinot, Chief of Business, Finance and Operations, PATH
  • Sandra Zimmerman Head of International Social Policy, WifOR Institute
  • Christian Heller, CEO, Value Balancing Alliance 
  • Julia Spencer, Vice President, Global Multilateral Engagement & Strategic Alliances, MSD 
  • Saskia Bruysten, Co-Founder and CEO, Yunus Social Business  

 
Q&A and Discussions (10 mins)

Concluding Remarks for the Session: Jamie Nishi, Executive Director, Global Health Technologies Coalition 

16.45-17.00

FIRESIDE CHAT – RISK RETURN AND IMPACT – HOW CAN PROMOTE SUSTAINABLE FINANCING IN HEALTH BY SHIFTING IMPACT TO THE CENTER OF OUR CONSCIOUSNESS?

In conversation with: Sir Ronald Cohen, Chairman, Global Steering Group for Impact Investment (8 mins)  

Quote from Reshaping capitalism to drive real Change: “It has been estimated that financing the achievement of the 17 UN SDGs will require an additional 30 trillion USD in investments over the next decade. The huge financial resource of the private sector is necessary to reach this number – This money cannot come from government and philanthropy alone.  If we can get the 31 trillion USD of ESG investment to deliver real impact, the private sector can fill the gap. To do so we need to bring impact measurement to ESG investment. If we put the 30 trillion into perspective, the global investment pool is 215 trillion USD. 

17.00-18.00

PANEL 5: HOW CAN WE INCLUDE HEALTH METRICS IN ENVIRONMENTAL, SOCIAL AND GOVERNANCE (ESG) DISCLOSURES FOR THE FUTURE? WHAT ARE THE LESSONS LEARNT FROM THE GREEN FINANCE AGENDA THAT CAN BE TRANSFERRED TO HEALTH?

Session Description: Over the past two years the ESG market has grown from US$ 22 trillion to US$ 31 trillion, representing 15% of all investable assets in the world. That is the equivalent to more than a third of professionally managed assets. With the ESG growing investors demand for green bonds there is a case for new ways of investing. The demand for green bonds has increased by 50% since 2018-2019, now totalling US$ 2 trillion.

Chair: Dame Angela Eagle MP, Member of the House of Commons, United Kingdom (3 minutes) 

Panellists: (3 minutes for each panellist and question)

  • Sean Kidney, CEO, Climate Bond Initiative
  • Matthew Agarwala, Economist, Bennett Institute for Public Policy, Cambridge  
  • Vanessa Huang, General Partner at BVCF Management, Member of WHO Economic Council for Health for All 
  • Bernard De Longevaille, Global Head of Sustainable Finance, S&P Global Ratings 
  • Hatice Beton, Executive Director, The G20 Health and Development Partnership

Q&A and Discussions (10 minutes)

Concluding Remarks for the Session: Dame Angela Eagle MP, Member of the House of Commons, United Kingdom

18.00-18.15

CLOSING & CONCLUDING REMARKS – DAY 1

Moderator for the Day: Ali Aslan, International TV Presenter