Sectors to reap most from CHOGM 2022 summit

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In renewing the commitments to end Malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) by 2030, Commonwealth heads pledged over $4 billion Heads recognised that global financial support to halt and reverse biodiversity loss in the ocean and on land remains insufficient Dedicating a 'living land' in respective countries would reinforce commitment to keep the rise in global average temperature below 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels The week-long Rwanda-hosted Commonwealth Wealth Heads of Government Meeting 2022 (CHOGM) came to a close in Kigali on June 25, 2022. The summit which is held every two years - last held in 2018 in the UK due to the pandemic - was themed “Delivering a Common Future: Connecting, Innovating and Transforming”, the first post COVID-19. The summit was attended by over 50 heads of government and joined by business, philanthropy, royal and civil society leaders to reaffirm shared values and agree on actions and policies to improve the lives of all Commonwealth citizens.  The now 56-nation club - with French colonies Gabon and Togo being the latest admissions - represents some 2.5 billion people worldwide and is made up mostly of former British colonies from Africa, the Caribbean and Americas, Europe, Asia, and the

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