Webinar: Coordinating Multi-sectoral, Multi-level Pandemic Responses

September 30, 2020

Join the Joint Learning Network for Universal Health Coverage and the Health Systems Strengthening Accelerator (Accelerator) for a webinar about how countries are coordinating their national COVID-19 responses. Learn about the Accelerator’s support to Ghana, and share your insights on the key challenges and questions countries face.

Panelists:

  • Professor Samba Sow, World Health Organization’s Director General’s Special Envoy for COVID-19 for Africa
  • Mr. Joseph Addo-Yobo, Executive Director of Total Family Health Organization and Program Manager of Ghana’s Office of the Presidential Coordinator for COVID-19
  • Professor Jongsu Ryu, Graduate School of Public Health at Yonsei University, Seoul
  • Professor Raquel Duarte, Medical School and Institute of Public Health of Porto University, and Head of the Infectious Diseases Research Group at Institute of Public Health, Porto, Portugal

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