Programme

THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF EPIDEMICS: A CASE STUDY OF PUBLIC–PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP IN THE FIGHT AGAINST EBOLA

Sustaining Economic Expansion
Panel Session
Pavilion G, Conference Hall G3

Moderator:
Julia Chatterley , Anchor, CNBC

Panellists
Oleg Deripaska , President, Member of the Board of Directors, RUSAL
Mukesh Kapila , Professor of Global Health and Humanitarian Affairs, University of Manchester; Special Adviser World Humanitarian Summit
Sergei Kraevoi , Deputy Minister of Healthcare of the Russian Federation
Meinie Nicolai , President, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)
Anna Popova , Head, Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Wellbeing
Christopher Egerton-Warburton , Senior Advisor, Global Health Investment Fund (GHIF)
Bruce Aylward , Acting Executive Director, Outbreaks and Health Emergencies; WHO Director-General's Special Representative for the Ebola Response

Broadcast

Key moments

Russian business represented in any other country must be ready to respond to epidemic risks.
Anna Popova
Business should not only invest in medical drugs, but also in developing rapid response systems.
Anna Popova
We need better collaboration internationally and we definitely need BRICS countries. The BRICS countries have an important role in terms of developing vaccines and treatment.
Meinie Nicolai