Global Health Security Forum at Davos 2015
Every area of development impacts the future of global health security. This year, at an invite-only dinner participants will explore the intersection of health and security through several discrete lenses – education, nutrition, prevention of violence against women and girls and maternal and child health.
We will explore the broader topic of the private sector and sustainable health models within the context of global health security and emerging markets.
The Role of the Private Sector in the Future Health Architecture
This session will explore innovative technology and existing private sector models that are saving women and children’s lives, as well as how new global partnerships with the private sector can be utilized to improve women and children’s health post 2015. Leveraging a full set of tools and partnerships will be instrumental in achieving the ambitious targets set out in the post-2015 development agenda.
Conference on Creating a Post-2015 Infrastructure for Development: Challenges, Successes and Suggestions for the Future
Speakers include Heads of State, CEOs of corporations and foundations and other global health leaders. The forum is designed as a debate within the global health community.
New York, NY — The NY Palace Hotel
Better Communication for Addressing Public Health Challenges in a Post-2015 World
As the United Nations prepares to release the Post-2015 Framework, how we communicate public health issues will be vital in how we achieve and finance new health benchmarks in a Post-2015 world. Against the backdrop of the 2014 World Health Assembly, we will explore the challenges of communicating and financing public health issues.
Geneva, Switzerland — InterContinental Geneve