Event23 May 2023
Road to 2030: Forging a New NCD path based on hard-won lessons
Join Access Accelerated and our partners during the World Health Assembly to officially launch the six-year report, Key Lessons in Advancing Access to NCD Care: Collaboration, Connectivity, Community, a significant retrospective, and roadmap for future action on NCDs.
Tuesday, May 23
6pm-8pm, including a cocktail reception
La Vie des Champs
La Vy-des-Champs 15, 1202 Genève
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Hear from the World Health Organization and dive deep into the lessons in a fireside chat with the leaders from the World Bank and the Kenya Cardiac Society as they examine how the learnings gained over the past six years of cross-sector partnership can accelerate our actions and shape our vision for a healthier future.
Dr Alarcos Cieza
Unit Head, Department of Noncommunicable Diseases, World Health Organization
Dr Lilian Mbau
CEO, Kenyan Cardiac Society
Dr Monique Vledder
Practice Manager, Global Health, Nutrition and Population Unit, World Bank
Fireside chat moderated by: Sumithra Krishnamurthy
Independent global health consultant
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