This year’s Africa Health Agenda International Conference (AHAIC) 2023 will bring together the Africa’s top thought leaders, political figures, innovators, researchers, policy makers, health workers and community mobilisers for dialogue and action aimed at mainstreaming climate discourse into health policy conversations, and vice versa.
The conference will kick off with the AHAIC 2023 Wogging event on 5th March to coincide with the Kigali Car Free Day, which takes place every first and third Sunday of the month as part of efforts to make Kigali a green city and strengthen efforts to combat non-communicable diseases (NCDs). This will be followed by three days of plenaries, high level meetings, workshops and networking sessions that will take place from 6th to 8th March.
Jointly convened by Amref Health Africa, Ministry of Health Rwanda, African Union and Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC), the biennial conference will provide a platform for Africa to bring global attention to the undeniable link between climate change and health as the world inches closer to the 2030 Global Goals deadline.
At AHAIC 2023, we will be discussing the most pressing issues for Africa – pharmaceutical manufacturing, health delivery in conflict zones, artificial intelligence in healthcare, equitable and inclusive multilateralism, pandemic preparedness, SRHR for women and gender minorities, and much more.
With registration for the AHAIC 2023 now open, we’re offering you a fantastic price if you book your tickets now.
AHAIC is soliciting original best practice abstracts from all interested parties.