AHAIC 2021 Virtual Conference

Decade for Action: Driving Momentum to Achieve UHC in Africa

8 to 10 March 2021, Free Virtual Access

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Virtual Conference AHAIC 2021

AHAIC 2021 is an African-led biennial global health convening hosted by Amref Health Africa, a leading health development organisation in Africa founded in 1957. This year, the virtual conference is co-convened by Africa CDC, Roche, Takeda Pharmaceuticals, Johnson & Johnson  and the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations (IFPMA).

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Learn

Gain a deeper understanding of the greatest health challenges in Africa – connected issues, such as education, economics.

Collaborate

Use this unique opportunity to network with influencers from different sectors and find opportunities to collaborate.

Change

Be a part of conversations that help influence policymaker and donor priorities to advance Universal Health Coverage in Africa.

Speakers

Dr Matshidiso Moeti

Regional Director for Africa, World Health Organization

Dr. John Nkengasong

Director, Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention

Hon. Lia Tadesse

Minister of Health, Ethiopia

Dr Githinji Gitahi

Group Chief Executive Officer · ‎Amref Health Africa

Dr Senait Fisseha, MD, JD

Director of International Programs at the Buffett Foundation

Martin Fitchet, M.D.

Head of Global Public Health, Johnson & Johnson

Edwin Macharia

Global Managing Partner, Dalberg Advisors

Dr. Susanne Weissbaecker

Global Head of Access to Medicines, Takeda Pharmaceutical International

Dr. Hakiba Solange, MD, MPH

Former Deputy Director-General of Rwanda Social Security Board

Dr. Ladi Hameed

General Manager, Roche Nigeria

Charles C. Okeahalam

Chairperson, Amref Health Africa International Board of Directors

Emmanuel Lubanzadio

Head of Public Policy for Sub-Saharan Africa, Twitter

Inspire

Momentum for UHC in Africa is at an all-time high and most African countries have already integrated UHC into their national health strategies.

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Decade for Action: Driving Momentum to Achieve UHC in Africa

The 2021 conference will build off of momentum from 2019, serving as a platform for cross-pollination of ideas and home-grown solutions around attaining UHC in Africa.

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