[Summary] How the Covid-19 crisis has affected people around the world and influenced their trust in science, healthcare systems and governments.
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Wellcome Global Monitor 2020 Covid-19
This paper outlines three areas – global coordination and leadership; financing and how to address key gaps in pandemic infrastructure – that will have the biggest impact on future global preparedness.
Across the world, there are unacceptable disparities in access to Covid-19 vaccines, leaving many vulnerable people unprotected. This paper considers this challenge and sets out the action needed by G20 countries and vaccine manufacturers to rapidly increase global vaccination rates, with the aim of reaching 70% of the population in every country by June 2022.
This report explores the barriers to vaccine development for important infectious disease threats. It looks at vaccines that lack clear commercial markets, but target diseases that cause major loss of life, disability and illness, or risk being the source of future epidemics.
Wellcome Global Monitor 2020: Mental Health report
[Summary] This report summarises what we’ve learned about the evidence for 'active ingredients' of effective interventions for youth anxiety and depression.
[Summary] Global perceptions of living with anxiety and depression, approaches to address it and the role of science in finding new solutions.
The Wellcome Trust Pension Plan Statement of Investment Principles
The impact of Covid-19 on primary science education
Sustainable and climate resilient health systems
Transport systems that protect climate and health
Energy systems that protect climate and health
Diet and food systems for health, climate and planet
These briefings look at the evidence on how current food, energy, transport and health systems are contributing to the climate crisis and impacting peoples’ health, and at how they can also be part of the solution.
Young people’s engagement in climate change and health in Africa and Asia
A rapid evidence assessment on the impact of antimicrobial resistance.