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Day 1
03 Mar 2019
Day 2
04 Mar 2019


Registrations to begin on 2nd March 2019

PLENARY 1: Setting the Stage

Energizers and Entertainment, Welcome Remarks, Throwing down the gauntlet on youth and UHC: TED Talk & TED Talk Speakers.
Silvia Muturi
Silvia Muturi
Marie My Warborg Larsen
Marie My Warborg Larsen
10:00 am – 10:30 am

Tea Break

Opening Ceremony

10:30 – 10:40AM  COUNTRY ROLL CALL Master of ceremony – Michael Jonah 10:45 – 10:50AM OPENING REMARKS Chair of Youth OC- Evalin Karijo 10:50 – 11:00AM ENTERTAINMENT : DANCE CRAZE...
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Evalin Karijo
Yemuria Nyoni
Yemurai Nyoni
Dr Ernest Nyamato
Dr. Ernest Nyamato

Selection of Hackathon Participants

Planned Parenthood Global
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


Workshop 1: Y-Act, Youth In Action

Youth in Action Advocacy Training

Workshop 2: Centre for Reproductive Rights

Accountability Mechanisms for Sexual and Reproductive Right Violations

Workshop 3: Foundation Botnar

Youth In Action: Leveraging artificial intelligence, digital and frontier technologies to expedite the push towards UHC by 2030.

Workshop 4: UNFPA Esaro: Restless Development

Youth-led Accountability in Action: Eight steps to get your government to keep their promises.

Workshop 5: UNAIDS

The road to Universal Health Coverage: Youth organizing for citizen-led, data driven accountability.

Plenary 2

Feedback on skills building workshop and recommendations for the youth position statement on UHC. Moderator: Bidian Okoth and Jenny Njuki
4:15 pm – 16.45

Tea Break

Plenary 3: Recap and defining the day

Hype DNG Moderator Eric Mundia and Divine Rusa Key Asks for UHC2030 and Youth Perspectives on UHC Kazumi Inden – World Bank and UHC2030 Secretariat

Workshop 1: Y-Act, Youth In Action

Youth in Action Advocacy Skills

Workshop 2: CIFF

Becoming a Fire-Brand Activist for UHC

Workshop 3: IPAS

Galvanizing youth participation in advocating for Reproductive Health and Rights including positive policy reforms.

Workshop 4: Amref Health Africa

Ending traditional practices in our generation: different angles for youth leadership to better health by eradicating Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting.
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


Plenary 4: Recap; Youth Position Statement on UHC

Moderator Dr. Magnifique and Marie Claire Feedback on skills building workshop Selection of hackathon winners Daisy Tuzo Confirmation of youth position statement/communique on UHC  
Marie-claire Wangari
Marie-Claire Wangari

Town hall 1 and 2: Key note speaker from main conference

Town Hall 1 (Concourse) Moderator – Wanyana Rachel and Lisa Ngari Speaker – Dr. Diane Gashumba, Minister of Health, Rwanda Town Hall 2 (Poolside): Moderator – Beingana Geoffrey and Carole...
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Town hall 3, 4 and 5: Key note speaker main conference

Town Hall 3 (Terrace) Moderator – Caleb Thole and Dr. Waruguru Speaker – Dr. Kibachio Joseph Mwangi, Head; Division of Non-Communicable Diseases; MOH – Kenya Town Hall 4 (Square): Moderator...
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4:15 pm - 4:45 pm

Tea Break and Preparations for the Dinner

Closing Ceremony

Video Recap of the Youth Pre-Conference: Youth statements on UHC, Reading of the Position Paper – Youth Representative & Unveiling of the Youth4UHC Movement.