A coalition of members united by the common aim of using data and advanced analytics to develop insights and actions to contribute to a world better protected from health emergencies.
This coalition of global members will work together to better protect the world against health emergencies. Key to developing solutions is the spirit of collaboration and bringing together different ideas, insights and approaches from around the world. In setting a global challenge to the world, The Trinity Challenge will provide a platform for new partnerships from across industries, geographies, and disciplines.
Dame Sally Davies is the Master of Trinity College, Cambridge. Before this, she was Chief Medical Officer (CMO) for England and Chief Medical Adviser to the UK government from March 2011 to September 2019, having held the post on an interim basis since June 2010.
Dame Sally has spoken on antimicrobal resistance at numerous global events, including the World Health Assembly side events, the G8 science ministers’ meeting (2015), the Global Health Security Initiative (2015), and the UN General Assembly (UNGA) side event (2016). For three years, she was the Chair of the WHO Strategic and Technical Advisory Group on AMR. Dame Sally was a member of the World Health Organisation (WHO) Executive Board 2014 to 2016 and has led delegations to a range of WHO summits and forums since 2004.
The expertise and breadth of organisations contributing to The Trinity Challenge represents the coming together of some of the world’s best minds and most influential leaders from business, academia, and the social sector.
To protect one billion more people from health emergencies, The Trinity Challenge will focus on generating, identifying and recognising insights through data and analytics. Challenge categories cover identification, response and recovery. The Challenge questions have been set through a rigorous and considered process to identify areas of highest need.
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