Japan CSO Network on Global Health (The GII/IDI Network) Presents
Date: Monday, November 8, 2021
RSVP: Please register yourself Here!
Hosted by: Japan CSO Network on Global Health
– Japan CSO Network on Global Health: firstname.lastname@example.org
– Advocacy Group, JOICFP: email@example.com
– Africa Japan Forum: firstname.lastname@example.org
What role can Japan play in global health within the context of COVID-19 pandemic?
In the midst of the pandemic, the Government of Japan will be renewing its 5-year global health strategy. The Japan CSO Network on Global Health had an opportunity to contribute to the consultation and continues to have ongoing dialogue with the government on the strategy with a focus on leaving no one behind.
In this international consultation, we invited civil society groups from Vietnam, Ghana, and India. We hope to hear about how Japan’s global health strategy could affect the most vulnerable populations and their own recommendations vis-a-vis the next strategy.
We hope this international consultation will contribute to crafting a clear vision of Japan’s role on global health.
Please join us for this dynamic exchange.
There will be simultaneous interpretation available in Japanese and English
Opening Remarks Japan CSO Network on Global Health
Japan’s New Global Health Strategy
Hiroshi Minami, Deputy Director-General, Office of Healthcare Policy, Cabinet Secretariat and Ambassador, Representative of the Government of Japan for Public Diplomacy
Theme 1: No One Left Behind in UHC
Dr. Khuat Thi Hai Oanh, Executive Director, Center for Supporting Community Development Initiatives (Vietnam)
Theme 2: Gender and UHC
Ms Abena Adubea Aheampong, Executive Director, Planned Parenthood Association Ghana (Ghana)
Theme 3: Global Health Security, Access and UHC
Ms. Leena Menghaney, Global IP Advisor, Access Campaign, Medecins sans Frontieres (India)
Moderated by: Masaki Inaba, Chair, Japan CSO Network on Global Health
Closing Remarks Japan CSO Network on Global Health