The G7 Summit has ended with the creation of a plan called Build Back Better World, shortened to B3W. A key feature of this plan is a series of global economic initiatives. The White House said the G7 nations would coordinate in mobilizing private-sector capital in four areas - climate, health and health security, digital technology, and gender equity and equality. It will fund infrastructure projects and improve trade routes.
The White House added: "B3W will be global in scope, from Latin America...to the Indo-Pacific....The initiative will cover low- and middle-income countries." Another Summit promise was to vaccinate a billion people in poorer countries. Other promises included improving early warning systems to prepare for any future health crisis, a green revolution to cut CO2 emissions, and educating 40 million more girls by 2026.