African Leaders Commit To Bold Universal Health Coverage Action
The Africa Health Agenda International Conference 2019 that was held in Kigali brought together over 1,500 participants. Some of the topics included the ensuring of access to health services in conflict-affected countries and regions, and the centrality of primary healthcare. A platform that aims to bring gender equality to global health leadership, Global Health Africa Regional Hub, was also launched.
Global Health Strategies, 25 February 2019
March 7, 2019, Kigali: Hon. Marie-Chantal Rwakazina, Mayor of the City of Kigali, called for prioritising women’s health in plans for Universal Health Coverage across Africa,… Read more »
Nomsa and her daughter, Linomtha in Khayelitsha, Cape Town, South Africa (file photo).
Daily Trust, 5 March 2019
Rwanda's Minister of Health, Dr Diane Gashumba, has called on Africa's heads of governments to collaborate towards healthcare financing. Read more »
The Africa Health Agenda International Conference in Kigali, Rwanda, will gather diverse hundreds of stakeholders to address how Africa can accelerate progress toward Universal ... Read more »
Hundreds of millions of Africans are faced with the appalling choice between seeking life-saving medical care and putting food on their tables, writes Graça Machel. In a ... Read more »