Posts Tagged ‘71st World Health Assembly’

Continuing progress in global health: Working together for the future

Organized by International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations May 23 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM CEST Intercontinental Hotel Geneva, Switzerland MORE INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION On the occasion of IFPMA’s 50th anniversary, join a discussion on “Continuing progress in global health: Working together for the future”, held in the global health capital Geneva to coincide with…

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Launch of the Framework on Nurturing Care for Early Childhood Development

Organized by UNICEF, Early Childhood Development Action Network (ECDAN), World Bank Group, the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health, & the World Health Organization May 23 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM CEST Ecole Hôtelière Genève (Near Vieux Bois Restaurant) Geneva, Switzerland RSVP by May 16 The Nurturing Care Framework has been developed through global…

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The Local Path to Global Health Security

This article was originally published in Global Health NOW.  The article is around a WHA side-event organized by Global Health Council & partners. Global Health NOW has gathered thousands of subscribers worldwide who rely on it as a source for their global health news. The mobile-ready website globalhealthnow.org came online in March 2015, delivering more exclusive…

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From the Ground Up: NCDs, TB, and Resilient Health Systems

Organized by Global Health Council, NCD Roundtable, Stop TB Partnership, and ACTION May 23 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM CEST Club suisse de la presse – Geneva Press Club 106 Route de Ferney 1202 Geneva, Switzerland MORE INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION Weak health systems that cannot provide a full spectrum of quality care combined with the…

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Building Effective Partnerships To Address the Multiple Forms of Malnutrition

Organized by Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) May 23 SUN Nutrition Hub (May 21 – 25) 12:30 PM – 2:00 PM CEST Villa le Bocage, Palais des Nations Geneva, Switzerland MORE INFORMATION ON THE SUN NUTRITION HUB RSVP The SUN Nutrition Hub will provide a space for SUN Country representatives and diverse stakeholders to come together to…

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Medicines We Can Trust: A Call to Safeguard Quality

Organized by Multiple Partners or Sponsors Breakfast Side-Event May 23 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM CEST Restaurant Vieux-Bois, Avenue de la Paix 12 Geneva , Switzerland RSVP Around the world, at least 1 in 10 medicines are substandard or falsified, harming patients, costing economies billions and undermining trust in health systems. To discuss this challenge…

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Value of a Global Health Security Index (World Health Assembly Side-Event)

Organized by Multiple Partners or Sponsors Save the Date Breakfast Side-Event: Value of a Global Health Security Index May 23 7:30 AM – 9:00 AM Intercontinental Hotel, Ballroom B-C Geneva, Switzerland RSVP NTI-Bio, in partnership with the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security and The Economist Intelligence Unit, will convene a side event at WHA…

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Taking Civil Society Engagement to New Heights to Advance WHO’s 13th General Programme of Work and Achieve the “Triple Billion” Targets

Organized by Multiple Partners or Sponsors *Please note that RSVP for this event is first-come, first-served.* This official side event intends to foster dialogue and build consensus among Member State delegates, WHO officials, and civil society representatives around how civil society can best contribute – in partnership with WHO and governments at all levels and in…

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Nutrition education and IDF action on junk food and serving sizes to tackle obesity and prevent diabetes among children, women and all those at risk

Organized by International Diabetes Federation May 22 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM CEST Intercontinental Hotel, Ballroom A; 7-9 Chemin du Petit-Saconnex, 1211 Geneva MORE INFORMATION During the event, nutrition experts, government representatives and people living with diabetes will discuss how quality nutrition education can be part of the solution to overcome the global health challenges posed…

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