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Uganda Healthcare Summit

Convenor: Uganda Diaspora Health Foundation Location: British Medical Journal, C/O British Medical Association (BMA) House, Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9JP Date and time: 1:00am on 30 April 2016

Opportunities, Innovations and Partnerships to Improve Health Accessibility in Uganda
Uganda UK Convention organise high level summits and conferences. These events bring together industry leaders, government officials, regulators and researchers to discuss developments and opportunities in emerging markets particularly Uganda (East Africa). The events are well organised, well attended and leave a lasting benefit to Uganda, delivering high quality exercise, business intelligence and networking opportunities for industry’s involved.


The Uganda Diaspora Health Foundation has identified a need for a Healthcare investment. Hence partnering with Uganda UK Convention to create the first Uganda Healthcare Summit on 30th April 2016. This Uganda Healthcare Summit 2016 aims to bring together large delegations of Uganda government officials, policy makers, research and development institutions, senior hospital directors & CEOs and healthcare professionals to United Kingdom to network with international healthcare experts, investors and solution providers. The Summit is a completely unique opportunity for any company involved in or looking to use Uganda as a hub to enter East African health sector with a common interest in the future of healthcare in Uganda.


The event offers clear opportunities for public and private companies, NGOs and other organisations with an interest in investing in healthcare in Uganda (East Africa). These may include pharmaceutical industries, international investors, medical distributors, healthcare institutions and insurance companies.


The Uganda Healthcare Summit 2016 will be examining the latest healthcare developments in Uganda; assessing current reforms. We are sure that this event will live up to your expectations and in order to meet this goal, together with the assistance of our planning committee, we have structured a blend of stimulating topical sessions.

We trust that the meeting venue and timetable will provide ample opportunity to meet and discuss. With your active participation, we are convinced that when we depart on Saturday, 30th April 2016, we will have firm commitments and actions towards actualising a common vision for the healthcare sector in Uganda.

Key Themes and topics of discussion:

  1. Promoting evidence based research development and ethics
  2. Training Medical Professionals
  3. Public-Private Partnerships for Healthcare Infrastructure and Services
  4. Providing Better Access to Healthcare Through Technology and Innovation
  5. Reaching out the Rural Communities
  6. Tackling Communicable and Non-Communicable Disease
  7. Financing Healthcare
  8. Affordability and Sustainability of Healthcare in  Uganda
  9. Implementing New Technologies
  10. Best Practice in Public Healthcare Development
  11. Medical Education Reforms
  12. The Importance of NGO Partnerships
  13. Medical Tourism Across the Continent, particularly in Uganda
  14. Exploiting the potential of Public Private Partnerships (PPP) in healthcare through effective partnerships  
  15. Investing in smaller markets: Pockets of opportunity  
  16. Outlining new opportunities in alternative markets in Uganda healthcare

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