WHY IS THIS PLATFORM FOR YOU?

Stay ahead of the curve

Get insights on the industry trends and solutions to pertinent issues facing the continent.

Find new ways of thinking and problem-solving

Deliberate on key issues common across the continent in the industry and anaylse simple solutions to make big differences.

Strengthen your skills

Participate in side-sessions and special events to develop special skills sets.

Networking opportunities

Interact with VIPs, industry champions and key decision makers to grow business opportunities.

AN OVERVIEW FROM AHBS 2016

380+

Delegates

51

Speakers

70+

Partners

Partner with us

Create strong brand visibility by partnering with us. We offer exclusive options to help you reach your target market at our events and get the appropriate recognition.

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Exhibit

Display  and market your range of products and services to a diverse target group ranging from public sector, private sector and NGO’s, creating wider visibility and networking opportunities.

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Special Events

Host a special side event alongside the symposium to discuss, interact and network with your selected target audience. Book early for limited slots available.

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Ministers & VIPs

Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus

Director General, World Health Organisation (* to be confirmed)

Dr. Awa Marie Coll Seck

Minister of Health, Senegal

Dr. Amira El Fadil

Commissioner of Social Services, African Union (* to be confirmed)

Dr. David Parirenyatwa

Minister of Health Zimbabwe

Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng

Minister of Health, Uganda

Dr. Bernard Haufiku

Minister of Health, Namibia

Dr. Cleopa Mailu

Cabinet Secretary for Health, Kenya

Speakers

Mr. Adama Kane

CEO & Founder, Jokko $ante

Mr. Farid Fezoua

President & CEO, GE Healthcare Africa

Dr. Harald Nusser

Head, Novartis Social Business

Mr. Amit Sadana

Advisor, Quintiles IMS

Dr. Kate Tulenko

Vice President for Health Systems Innovation, IntraHealth International

Dr. Ardo Boubou Bâ

President, West Africa Health Federation

Dr. Clare Omatseye

Vice President, West Africa Health Federation

Dr Anuschka Coovadia

Head of Healthcare Africa, KPMG

Dr. Amit N. Thakker

Chairman, Kenya Healthcare Federation

Program

Healthcare demands in Africa are changing. Africa’s healthcare systems are at a turning point and the reforms that governments undertake over the next decade will be crucial in improving overall health in the continent.

A growing urban middle class is willing to pay for better treatment has opened the door to the private sector, which is starting to play a new vibrant role, often working in partnership with donors and governments to provide better healthcare facilities and increased access to medicine at an affordable price.Substantial investment will be needed to meet the growing demand – largely from low and middle-income households, which comprise 70% of Africa’s purchasing power.

The AHBS program covers the 5 key game changers identified that largely impact the healthcare industry across the continent:

Healthcare

Financinguhc

Towards Universal Health Coverage

Human Resources

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No Health Without A Workforce

Fostering

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Through Public Private Partnerships

Supply Chain

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Strengthening Accessibility and Efficiency

Digital

Technologies
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Disruptive Innovations in Healthcare

Accomodation Options

King Fahd Palace Hotel

95,000 FCFA (US $169) ppn
Book via Email

Yaas Hôtel Dakar Almadies

FCFA 66000 (US $ 120) ppn
Book via email

Terrou Bi Hotel Dakar

126000 FCFA (US $225) ppn
Book via email

Radisson Blu Dakar Sea Plaza

140000 FCFA (USD $250) ppn
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Partners

Event Partners

Exhibitors

Africa Health Partners

Strategic Partners

Media Partners

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