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April 2021

NBN Leadership Summit 2021

April 18 - April 20

Organized by Nothing But Nets NBN Leadership Summit 2021 April 18-20, 2021 RSVP The 2021 Nothing But Nets Leadership summit will take place digitally from Sunday, April 18, 2021 to Tuesday, April 20, 2021. Each day will feature unique training and content that will take you directly to the front lines in the fight to end malaria! Together we will learn from leaders and experts on how malaria programs including the The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria…

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Opening Forum of the AlignMNH Collective

April 20 @ 8:00 am - April 21 @ 12:00 pm EDT

Organized by AlignMNH Opening Forum of the AlignMNH Collective April 20 & 21, 2021 Register Join us for a solutions-focused discussion to promote the sharing of evidence, knowledge, and experiences in the maternal and newborn health communities. Featuring plenary and concurrent panels, live Q&A, and pre-recorded sessions. Are you hosting an event soon? Share your event with us by emailing events@globalhealth.org. And, stay up-to-date with the news from the global health community by signing up for our monthly newsletter.

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Working Towards Vaccine Equity in IA2030

April 20 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am EDT

Organized by Action for Global Health, Gavi, RESULTS, Save the Children Working Towards Vaccine Equity in IA2030 April 20, 2021 RSVP 2021 marks one year since the beginning of the COVID-19 Pandemic and the first year of IA2030 – an ambitious global strategy to scale up coverage and access to routine immunization services. In today’s world, the value of immunization is more apparent than ever and as world leaders scale up efforts to improve routine vaccine coverage, no one must be left behind.…

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Global Health Science and Practice Technical Exchange (GHTechX)

April 21 - April 24

Organized by USAID, the George Washington University, and the Global Health: Science and Practice Journal Global Health Science and Practice Technical Exchange (GHTechX)  April 21-24, 2021 RSVP The Global Health Science and Practice Technical Exchange (GHTechX) will take place virtually from April 21 - 24, 2021. The event is curated through a partnership between USAID, the George Washington University, and the Global Health: Science and Practice Journal. Our goal is to convene speakers and technical sessions that highlight the latest and…

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Building back primary health care systems: Expenditures, costs, and implications for universal health coverage

April 21 @ 8:30 am - 9:30 am EDT

Organized by Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health Building back primary health care systems: Expenditures, costs, and implications for universal health coverage April 21, 2021 RSVP Please join us on Wednesday, April 21st, 2021, 17:30hrs Indian Standard Time (08:00hrs EDT; 13:00hrs CET), for a webinar on Building back primary health care systems: Expenditures, costs, and implications for universal health coverage. The webinar will present findings from a costing study on primary health centres in India and engage in a discussion on the…

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Platform for Civil Society and Community Representatives to ACT-A

April 22 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am EDT

Organized by WACI Health, GFAN, and STOPAIDS Platform for Civil Society and Community Representatives to ACT-A April 22, 2021 RSVP The Platform for Civil Society and Community Representatives to ACT-A (hosted by WACI Health, GFAN & STOPAIDS) invite you to a webinar marking one year since the launch of the ACT-Accelerator (ACT-A). In this webinar we’ll discuss the first year of ACT-A since it’s launch on 24 April 2020, the role of the initiative in the broader COVID-19 response and…

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SwitchPoint Virtual Exchange COVID-19: Back to the Future

April 23 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm EDT

Organized by SwitchPoint SwitchPoint Virtual Exchange COVID-19: Back to the Future April 23, 2021 RSVP COVID-19 has changed our perspectives. What we thought we knew about pandemics, vaccines, economics, equity, affordable design, and global disaster preparedness has been turned upside-down—a chilling illustration of the phrase “hindsight is 2020.” So we’ve asked experts from around the world to look back at their own words and warnings from their past SwitchPoint talks. We’ll hear from the research science magician who felt like…

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E2A:How Do We Break the Plateau We See in Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission?

April 27 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am EDT

Organized by The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation E2A:How Do We Break the Plateau We See in Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission? April 27, 2021 RSVP With optimal access to antiretroviral formulations, a pregnant HIV-positive woman has a very minimal risk of transmitting HIV to her infant through pregnancy, delivery, or breastfeeding. HIV infection rates remain high in some countries, particularly among women of reproductive age, and access to ARVs is not a guarantee. ARV access to prevent vertical transmission is further…

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How Can We Prepare for the Next Pandemic?

April 28 @ 10:45 am - 11:20 pm EDT

Organized by Friends of the Global Fight President How Can We Prepare for the Next Pandemic? April 28, 2021 RSVP Are you hosting an event soon? Share your event with us by emailing events@globalhealth.org. And, stay up-to-date with the news from the global health community by signing up for our monthly newsletter.

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Tuberculosis and Diabetes: Why Integrated Care Matters | Webinar

April 29 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am EDT

Organized by RTI International  Tuberculosis and Diabetes: Why Integrated Care Matters | Webinar April 29, 2021 RSVP COVID-19 has challenged governments and the public health community to consider how to manage the synergistic effects of pandemic infection, endemic infectious disease, and the noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) that are now among the leading causes of death around the world. The connection between tuberculosis (TB) and diabetes has been known for many years – people with TB are more likely to develop diabetes and diabetes triples the risk…

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