The Group Seven Leaders' Summit has concluded promises to build back a better world. The leaders even coined a phrase and an abbreviation their shared vision. It is called the Build Back Better World plan, shortened to B3W. A fundamental feature this plan, that has been signed all G7 leaders, is to embark a series of global economic initiatives. A White House statement said: " B3W, the G7 and other like-minded partners will coordinate mobilizing private-sector capital in four areas focus - climate, health and health security, digital technology, and gender equity and equality." It will help fund infrastructure projects and improve trade routes East Asia and Europe.
The White House also announced plans other continents. It said: "B3W will be global scope, from Latin America and the Caribbean to Africa to the Indo-Pacific. Different G7 partners will have different geographic orientations, but the sum the initiative will cover low- and middle-income countries the world." Another promise to come the Summit was to vaccinate a billion people poorer countries. UK leader Boris Johnson said this was "a big step vaccinating the world". Other pledges included improving early warning systems to prepare future health crises, supporting a green revolution that cuts CO2 emissions, and getting 40 million more girls education 2026.