In today’s digital era, the importance of sharing knowledge and fostering collaboration has become clear. Africa’s ongoing success in digital health demonstrates the potential of technology in the healthcare sector.
Andy Bleaden our Communities Director welcomes this “ We have been growing our African Community over the last few years and want to demonstrate the opportunities within Africa for our whole global community by creating our -Voice of Africa- showcasing our members, ecosystems and partners across Africa”
We are honoured to begin by highlighting our partnership with Africa Health Business as our Global Health Connector Partner. This collaboration not only signifies our commitment to healthcare innovations but also facilitates European digital innovations to invest in and access emerging markets in Africa by providing an ecosystem of business matchmaking.
In continuation of our endeavours, we’re looking forward to our ‘Digital Health Innovation In Africa’ session at the ECHAlliance Global Health Connector Event @ Science Summit during UNGA78, scheduled for the 26th of September in New York with the possibility to attend in person or virtually. This gathering promises to be a nexus for thought leaders who are keen on shedding light on the present landscape of digital health in Africa and its promising future. We are thrilled to announce the participation of:
We will also showcase the voice of Africa at HLTH23 with the participation of Jean Philbert Nsengimana – Chief Digital Advisor to Africa Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Further amplifying our involvement on the continent, we’re actively partnering in several significant African events. The upcoming 2nd African Health Harm Reduction Conference, in Morocco which runs from September 27-29, will feature our Communities Director, Andy Bleaden. In addition, the MWC Kigali, recognised as the African Continent’s Most Influential Connectivity Event, will have the presence of Brian O’Connor, Chair at ECHAlliance.
We’re embarking on this journey, confident that “The Voice of Africa” will not only inform and inspire but will also serve as a platform for collaboration and action.