The Africa Health Agenda International Conference (AHAIC) 2023 aims to be the most unique high impact Africa-led convening that brings together diverse stakeholders from around the world to not only discuss Africa’s health challenges and opportunities but also to create an opportunity for networking and support City of Kigali’s quest to eliminate non-communicable diseases (NCDs) through Wogging.

Wogging is a new buzzword in the field of fitness and it blends walking, running and jogging. The event will take place on 5th March 2023 ahead of the conference that begins on 6th March along designated roads.

It’s been planned 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 advocate for healthier living through exercising and getting frequent health checkups.

  • All conference participants are invited to take part in the wogging event for free as part of the conference activities. Register Here.
  • There will be a desk at the Kigali Convention Centre at which all the registered participants will issued with branded T-shirts and reusable water bottles.
  • Walking, jogging, and cycling
  • Fun-run
  • Networking sessions during the general exercises
  • Free medical checkups
  • This is a sports activity and we encourage sportswear – comfortable sports shoes, and pants.
  • There will be several mobile clinics offering free medical checkups stationed at strategic locations. These will include the Amref Mobile-Vaccination van that will be in Kigali to support in vaccinations and NCD screening.
  • While the Car Free Day stretches for about 10 kilometers, the wogging route will be approximately most 5 kilometers starting from the Kigali Convention Centre Roundabout through to the Prime Ministers’ Roundabout (via KG542) d Street and back to Kigali Heights, next to KCC.
  • Designated routes are fully pedestrian zones. You can walk, run or cycle without worrying about oncoming traffic. 
  • The event only lasts three hours, between 7 am and 10 am. That means you can comfortably join other attendees in a walk, jog, or exercise session in the morning and get back to other personal commitments for the rest of the day.
  • Water will be available for free at designated points within the route. You only need a refillable water bottle. Disposable plastic bottles are not allowed.
  • There are ambulances in strategic locations in case of an emergency.
  • Kigali city is also generally a safe city hence no need to worry about insecurity.


Registration is closed