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Durban – As President Cyril Ramaphosa told a global audience on Tuesday, the world must unite to ensure that no person, no country and no region must be left behind in getting access to Covid-19 vaccines. Speaking at the launch of the ‘Recover Better Together’ post Covid-19 initiative, organized by Global Citizen under the patronage of President Ursula Von Der Leyen of the EU Commission, Ramaphosa said that South Africa was honored to help Global Citizen and this campaign to Recover Better Together.

Global Citizen has been a leading voice for the engagement of governments, world leaders, philanthropists, advocates, artists and the world’s people in ending extreme poverty for the past 10 years. Global Citizen responded rapidly when the coronavirus pandemic hit last year, organizing the ‘One World: Together At Home’ benefit concert in support of healthcare workers on the frontline, Ramaphosa said.

“The substantial pledges made at this event for coronavirus relief allowed NGOs around the world to assist the most vulnerable,” he said. mThe campaign we are launching today recognizes that if we are to make any progress in combating poverty, addressing the Covid-19 pandemic is necessary. We need to strengthen collaboration to ensure equal access to vaccines in order to achieve this. No person, no nation and no region must be left behind. We need to pool money, capabilities, information and intellectual property to combat the pandemic,’ Ramphos

He called on world leaders to help the COVAX facility to ensure rapid and equal access for all countries to Covid-19 vaccines, and applauded the request by French President Emmanuel Macron and the EU for wealthy countries to donate 5% of their purchased stock of vaccines to developing countries. Ramaphosa said another important move is to allow medical technology to be transferred for the duration of the process.

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Global Citizen has been a leading voice for the engagement of governments, world leaders, philanthropists, advocates, artists and the world’s people in ending extreme poverty for the past 10 years. Global Citizen responded rapidly when the coronavirus pandemic hit last year, organizing the ‘One World: Together At Home’ benefit concert in support of healthcare workers on the frontline, Ramaphosa said.”The substantial pledges made at this event for coronavirus relief allowed NGOs around the world to assist the most vulnerable,” he said.

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