Global Health Security 2022

Global Health Security Network

Suntec Convention & Exhibition Centre, Singapore
Global Health Security 2022

Global Health Security 2022

COVID-19's unprecedented impact on Global and regional economies and health systems have underscored the importance of building more resilient, responsive and better equipped health systems. Pandemics, health emergencies and weak health systems not only cost lives but pose some of the greatest risks to global health security faced today.

After a hiatus, due to the pandemic, the Global Health Security Conference, returns and this year it will be hosted in Singapore. starting on 28 June 2022.

Ending Neglected Diseases & Diseases of At-Risk Populations

APLMA and APMEN are delighted to be participating at GHS 2022. Dr Sarthak, CEO of APLMA, will be taking part in a panel discussion reminding the global health community that while the pandemic has been underway since the end of 2019, we still have a number of other pressing health challenges that have gone unaddressed for decades. This includes malaria, the world’s oldest disease.

The Panel

Title: Ending Neglected Diseases & Diseases of At-Risk Populations

Time: 28 June, 3pm SGT

On stage

Dr Sarthak Das, CEO, Asia Pacific Leaders Malaria Alliance 

Dr Daniel Bausch, Senior Director, FIND

Dr Sarthak Das, CEO of APLMA, speaking at Global Health Security 2022

About Global Health Security 2022 (GHS)

The GHS 2022 promotes a dynamic and contemporary program that will include a mixture of keynote panel presentations, dedicated sessions, and lively discussions and debate on the challenges that impact global health security. The 4-day conference includes a series of workshops, side-events and panels.

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