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The Future of Public-Private Partnerships for NCDs: Collaboration in the Ag...

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The Yale Club

50 Vanderbilt Ave

New York, New York 10017

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As the global burden of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) continues to rise, the conversation around universal health coverage (UHC) has never been more urgent. Multi-stakeholder partnerships can play an important role in closing gaps in access to NCD services in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) and charting a common path towards UHC. By learning from our past experiences and looking ahead towards future health systems in 2030 and beyond, we can find new ways of working together to advance NCD health under the framework of UHC.

On September 24, at 6pm EST, in New York City, join Access Accelerated for a side event in parallel with the 74th session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA 74) exploring the future of public-private partnerships for NCDs.

Keynote Address

  • Dr. Svetlana Axelrod, Director, The WHO Global Coordination Mechanism on NCDs (GCM/NCD)
  • Dr. Dennis Laryea, Manager of NCD Control Program, Ghana Health Service

Moderator

  • Caroline Roan, Vice President of Global Health and Patient Access at Pfizer Inc. and President of The Pfizer Foundation
  • Katie Dain, Chief Executive Officer, NCD Alliance

Panel Discussion

  • Tony Kimata, Patient Advocate
  • Dr. Le Thi Thu Hien, Program Director, Non-Communicable Diseases, PATH Vietnam
  • Carmen Villar, Vice President for Social Business Innovation and Head of the Merck Foundation
  • Phangisile Mtshali, Director, BMS Foundation
  • Dr. Dennis Laryea, Manager of NCD Control Program, Ghana Health Service


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50 Vanderbilt Ave

New York, New York 10017

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