Get ready for the World Health Summit Regional Meeting 2021 – Uganda, Kampala & Digital from June 27-30.
Due to COVID-19 and the recent developments in Uganda, the whole program will take place mainly online. You can join each session via the internet: All keynote sessions, panel discussions, and workshops will be available live digitally. Participation is cost-free.
Our M8 Alliance partner Makerere University is organizing one of the most important events of its kind in Africa: The World Health Summit Regional Meeting will bring together experts from around the world and especially many African countries to discuss a large number of diverse topics of great importance for global health and for health in Africa in particular.
- Building Sustainable Partnerships for Addressing the Burden of Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs)
- Digital Health: Promises and Challenges towards SDG 3
- Intersection of COVID-19 and Mental Health
- Africa's Journey towards Achieving the SDGs and Universal Health Coverage
All information on program, speakers and free online participation:
During the Regional Meeting, links for online participation will also be available on:
Contact the director of the organizing secretariat Hanifah N. Bukirwa
Share the Regional Meeting on Twitter: @WHSKampala #WHSKampala
Makerere University has been M8 Alliance member since 2013 and is one of the oldest and most prestigious centers of learning in Africa. It is home to a staff of over 4,000 and more than 40,000 students.
The World Health Summit Regional Meeting takes place every year in different parts of the world in addition to the annual World Health Summit in Berlin and brings regional topics to the forefront. Each Regional Meeting is hosted by the M8 Alliance member holding the World Health Summit International Presidency, which rotates every year.