Motivational Tedros Adhanom Quotes And Sayings
Inspirational Tedros Adhanom Quotes

Motivational Tedros Adhanom Quotes And Sayings

Tedros Adhanom Quotes:- Tedros Adhanom (born 3 March 1965) is an Ethiopian microbiologist and internationally recognized malaria researcher, who has served since 2017 as Director-General of the World Health Organization.
Tedros is the first non-physician and first African in the role, who has been endorsed by the African Union.

Inspirational Tedros Adhanom Quotes

I think any position in any international organization should be merit-based.
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Inspirational Tedros Adhanom Quotes

Expanding health coverage is not a technical issue but a political one; it should be seen as a right and a means to development.
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The global commitment for the Sustainable Development Goals offers a profound opportunity to tackle the structural, social, and economic changes needed to end AIDS.
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Ensuring investment in health systems will not only help us manage HIV/AIDS, but it will also support our efforts to prevent and treat other communicable and noncommunicable diseases as well as prevent and respond to future health emergencies.
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I promise I will get up every day, determined to make a difference… I am ready to serve.
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During World Immunization Week, we must celebrate our shared results and redouble our efforts to improve the health and lives of people everywhere.
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Famous Quotes by Tedros Adhanom

New malaria cases fell by 21 percent between 2010 and 2015 worldwide, and malaria death rates fell by 29 percent in the same period. Yet, though malaria is preventable and treatable, it is still claiming too many lives around the world.
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Defeating malaria is absolutely critical to ending poverty, improving the health of millions, and enabling future generations to reach their full potential.
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Climate change and variations particularly impact many aspects of life that are inextricably linked to health: food security, economic livelihoods, air safety, and water and sanitation systems. Gender differences in health risks are likely to be worsened by climate change.
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The Paris Agreement underlines the urgency to implement climate action in support of sustainable development.
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Ethiopia has a robust response, designing development policies with a view to mitigating the impact of climate change. I am proud to say that in the fifth edition of the Global Green Economy Index released in September 2016, Ethiopia is ranked 14 globally in terms of climate change performance.
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My experience in Ethiopia helped shape my vision for WHO. We need to promote evidence-based decision-making and awareness. Specifically, we need to advocate for research and development, champion and support global and regional coalitions, and strengthen national capacity.
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Best Quotes by Tedros Adhanom

Depression is a leading cause of ill health and disability, and many do not have access to mental health services and face significant social stigma around their disease.
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As a candidate for the Director-General of the WHO, I believe there is a key role WHO needs to play to improve and advance mental health. It can help advocate for efficient resources and services – and efforts to reduce stigma – to be in place at local, national, and global levels.
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Education gives girls the knowledge, experience, and confidence to play their rightful role in society.
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When we tell girls that we expect them to pursue education and excel in education, we are changing the narrative and are opening the door to the leaders of our future.
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Women are the key to the successful development and ongoing progress. In the workforce, their ingenuity, determination, and hard work help our economies thrive. In the government, they offer a valuable perspective that can inform policy and remove barriers.
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Investing in girls and women is the smartest thing we can do and will help us to improve opportunities for all people.
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Tedros Adhanom Quotes About World

We live in a world at a constant risk of public health emergencies. In our increasingly interconnected world, public health emergencies can affect anyone, anywhere.
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Strong leadership is essential in the face of health crises. Complex public health emergencies demand a collective response with high-level political and diplomatic engagement at both the national and global levels.
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In 2009, when I was a Health Minister, we re-engineered our business processes to examine the weaknesses and opportunities in our health system. Following that exercise, we established a public health emergency management system from national to district level to prevent and provide rapid response to outbreaks.
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I truly believe that, together, we can create a healthier world.
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We are convinced that universal health coverage, with strong primary care and essential financial protection, is the key to achieving the ambitious health targets of the sustainable development goals (SDGs) and to avoiding impoverishment from exorbitant out-of-pocket health expenses.
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Strong health and disease surveillance systems halt epidemics that take lives, disrupt economies, and pose global health security threats.
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When people are healthy, their families, communities, and countries thrive.
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Universal health coverage is an ambitious goal, but it is one that can create a healthier and more equitable world for all people. It means a child reaches adulthood, and adults lead healthier lives regardless of who they are and where they live.
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Over the years, I have worked on programs in Africa and around the globe to combat malaria, tuberculosis, and HIV. I have been witness to incredible progress in these fights.
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The 2000 Durban conference prompted action, and since then, great strides have been made in global health and the fight against HIV/AIDS.
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The fight against HIV/AIDS cannot be won unless countries take ownership of protecting and supporting the health of communities both near and far.
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Working together with our exceptional leadership team, our Ministry of Health was empowered to make smart investments that could unlock our potential by producing long-lasting health and economic benefits for all.
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The Ministry of Health started by restructuring Ethiopia’s previously male-dominated health system with women at the center.
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Simply put, girls and women are the keys that will unlock sustainable development. They are also at the center of the healthier and more resilient societies we desire.
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Jihadist organizations attempt to exploit discontent among marginalized groups in unstable societies.
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The monetary impacts of malaria from the household to the global level are significant. Malaria tends to strike during harvest season, rendering families too sick and too weak to perform the work necessary to earn a living. Malaria-stricken families spend an average of over a quarter of their income on malaria treatment.
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Like other conflict-affected regions, Africa continues to see religious, ethnic, and politically motivated conflicts. Extremist violence is now entrenched in several parts of the world. Armed conflicts are leading to protracted refugee crises to the scale that has not been seen since World War II.
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Health is both the foundation of my academic and professional careers and a personal passion. I know first-hand the important role health security plays in protecting lives and preventing the spread of disease.
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Al Qaeda and ISIS may have global aspirations, but their ability to penetrate a society is strongly influenced by local conditions.
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The importance of Africa’s development to the entire world should be self-evident. And yet, despite the high stakes, Europe – and the international community more broadly – have not devoted the attention and resources that the issue merits.
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Diabetes can be successfully prevented and managed by a healthy lifestyle. When not managed, it can lead to severe organ damage and death.
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I speak often about my personal experiences with malaria in the field as a young public health officer because it had such a profound impact on my life and my work.
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