Fifth AfHEA Scientific Conference: Securing PHC for All: The Foundation for Making Progress on UHC in Africa

March 11, 2019 - March 14, 2019

The African Health Economics and Policy Association (AfHEA) is pleased to invite experts, analysts, practitioners and researchers in the relevant health fields to submit abstracts for the fifth Scientific Conference in Accra, Ghana from 11 to 14 March, 2019. The next conference also marks the 10th anniversary of AfHEA.

The broad theme of the conference is: Securing PHC for all: the foundation for making progress on UHC in Africa.

Health Economics, Public health and Health Policy researchers in particular are encouraged to submit abstracts on this broad theme or indeed on any other interesting, innovative, or topical African health sector or systems research which upon selection by our scientific committee may be presented orally or in poster format at the conference.

Proposals for organized sessions are also invited from interested individuals or institutions.

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