Nkafu Africa Health Forum 2022
September 5 @ 9:00 am - September 6 @ 3:30 pm| Free
Nkafu Africa Health Forum 2022
September 5 – 6, 2022 / 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. GMT + 1
Virtual Forum (Register Here)
The world today is facing the devastating COVID-19 health crisis that has posed a global risk in all economies. This has undoubtedly necessitated the critical need for preparedness and implementation of sustainable health across all health systems. Over the past decades, the African health system has faced significant challenges in sustaining health care delivery which has, unfortunately, been worsened by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A report from the World Health Organization shows that the consolidated average system performance index in the Africa region is 0.49, implying that systems are only performing at 49% of their possible levels of functionality. Countries’ performance scores range from 0.26 and 0.70. All the indices for the performance dimensions are underperforming, with system resilience and access to essential services doing worst.
Sustainable global health entails a careful adoption of innovative strategies committed to improving the lives of people, safeguarding individuals, and improving the community’s well-being. It involves providing preventive care systems adapted to the evolving health challenges of today and the future. Therefore, achieving a sustainable healthy Africa is very crucial to the development of African economies. It is against this framework that the Health Policy and Research Division of the Nkafu Policy Institute lodged at the Denis and Lenora Foretia Foundation is organizing this forum.
About the Nkafu Africa Health Forum (NAHF)
The Nkafu Africa Health Forum offers an exclusive, up-to-date view of the major opportunities and challenges affecting the health sector in Africa. By pooling together the brightest minds from across the continent and associating key governmental and non-governmental stakeholders, the NAHF is poised to make its mark on Africa’s drive toward modernization of its health sector and attaining universal health coverage.
The 2-day forum will highlight some of the most pressing issues and engage experts to discuss and develop an agenda for cross-border collaboration in view of giving the African health sector a much-deserved facelift. Also, on display at this forum will be success stories, startups, innovations, and ground-breaking abstracts relevant to health sector development in post-COVID-19 Africa.
Objectives of NAHF
The 2-day forum will spotlight key health issues on the continent and showcase how new research and innovation can transform the healthcare industry on the continent. This forum shall propose concise, purposeful, and futuristic evidence-based policies that are critical to advancing sustainable global health in Africa amid the COVID-19 pandemic to circumvent the devastating health, social and economic regression.
The Nkafu Africa Forum is organized by the Health Policy and Research Division of the Nkafu Policy Institute lodged at the Denis and Lenora Foretia Foundation.
Who Can Attend?
The NAHF is open to researchers, public health epidemiologists, clinicians and surgeons, policymakers, civil society organizations, and the public.
Why You Should Attend
The NAHF is an appropriate platform to meet and collaborate with key stakeholders, learn about innovative solutions to sustain global health, and share your research work and innovations.
The Forum is committed to protecting the health and safety of our attendees, presenters, and staff against the COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, this forum shall be completely virtual. All attendees seeking to attend this forum shall make provision for good internet service.
The 2022 NAHF will be held from September 5 to September 6, 2022. Registration to participate in the forum is free of charge. However, all interested attendees must pre-registered and be approved. All confirmed attendees shall be contacted.
For more details contact us at [email protected] or call at +237 654 86 72 54.