Armed conflicts, natural disasters, Ebola epidemic in Western Africa, Cholera outbreak in Yemen and now the current global pandemic the Corona Virus (Covid-19). These has instigated global leaders, governments and organizations to respond to issues at nexus of health and security.
Finding solutions to prevent and mitigate potentially destabilizing health threats is now becoming an urgent priority.
Fundraise and support, FSF-IHCE to bring in key actors to explore a fresh approach to global health security. Engaging high level military planners, security policy makers and advisors as well as critical health personnel and international health agency decision makers in order to explore the approaches to manage global security and examine crucial approaches from the following points of view:
- Realize the global health and security consequences of weak health systems
- Recognize the role of security forces in protecting health facilities in conflict-affected states
- Determine reasons why conflict-states are unresponsive to global health initiatives
From the natural environment to the digital field, humanity continues to make our surrounding and living spaces more and more hostile. And as the world continues to face the unprecedented crises, leaders need to identify the biggest risks to humanity so as to ensure that strategic measure are put in place ready for effective actions.
According to the Global Risk report, from large scale cyber-attacks, massive occurrence of data fraud to natural disasters is on the rise making our surroundings increasingly unfriendly. And not only criminals conduct the cyber-attacks, but also national agencies! This has led to a disruption from undermining businesses, damaging critical infrastructure to threatening democratic processes. Even though security measures are improving, the skills of the cyber criminals become better and better putting businesses as well as individuals at a greater risk of cyber-attacks. As result, the digital economy is highly vulnerable to massive data frauds.
As FSF-IHCE, we aim to create the right skills and put concrete measures to help reduce and manage these risks. Be part of the fight by donating to us and volunteering to support FSF-IHCE.