1st International Conference on Public Health in Africa

14-16 December 2021 • Virtual





The inaugural Conference on Public Health in Africa (CPHIA 2021) took place virtually from 14-16 December 2021. This historic three-day conference focused on lessons learned from COVID-19 and the importance of addressing major health challenges, like vaccine inequity and limited manufacturing capacity.
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Conference Sessions

Session 1

Epidemiology of SARS-COV-2, Virology, Prevention and Clinical Management

Session 2

Vaccination in Africa: Research Capacity, Advocacy, Manufacturing and Distribution

Session 3

COVID-19 and Equitable Health System Strengthening in Africa

Session 4

The Case for a New Public Health Order for Africa

Session 5

Assessing the Response to COVID-19 in Africa to Prepare for Future Health Threats

Session 6

Digitisation, Modelling and Analytics to Support an Effective Public Health Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Session 7

Agenda 2063: Whole-of-society – Private Sector, Community and Leadership, Approach in Combating COVID-19 and Other Emerging Diseases





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