Women in Global Health (WGH) Breakfast - 6th German-African Healthcare Forum 2019

Women in Global Health is an organization, built on a global movement that brings together all genders and backgrounds to achieve gender equality in global health leadership. The German-African Business Association (Afrika-Verein), GHA – German Health Alliance and Women in Global Health Norway with the support of EZ-Scout, are pleased to host a breakfast event to introduce Women in Global Health and provide updates of current news.

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We would like to honour and highlight the importance and power of women in global health as the health sector is a major employer of women globally. Additionally, the event aims to increase networking and cooperation between the female participants from the forum. We have invited high-level speakers to give valuable input at the breakfast meeting.

Please note that only participants of the 6th German-African Healthcare Forum (registration and program HERE) are eligible to participate in the business breakfast! 










Roopa Dhatt, Co-founder & Executive Director, WGH



H.E. Chief Dr Jewel Taylor, Vice President, Republic of Liberia



Hon. Dr. Joyce Moriku Kaducu, Hon. State Minister for Health - Primary HealthCare, Republic of Uganda


Panel discussion with Q&A from the audience

Led by Judith Helfmann-Hundack, Head of Foreign Trade and Development Policy, German-African Business Association (Afrika-Verein), EZ –Scout


-Andrea S. Winkler, Director Centre for Global Health, University of Oslo, Norway, Co-director Center for Global Health, TUM, Germany

-Desta Lakew, Director of Partnerships, Amref Health Africa

-Magda Nely Robalo, Ministry of Health, Guinea Bissau

-Delia Strunz, Director Government Affairs & Policy Germany, Johnson & Johnson, WGH Germany

-Mwenya Kasonde, Ass. Director for Global Health, Ministry of Health, Zambia

- H.E. Chief Dr Jewel Taylor

-Hon. Dr. Joyce Moriku Kaducu








Published Oct. 17, 2019 10:54 AM - Last modified May 5, 2021 2:14 PM