Health Care Delivery in Conflict and Post-Conflict Situations: Assessing Collaboration and Coordination Efforts
The meeting will seek to spark debate among cross-governmental representatives, as well as representatives of international organisations, British armed forces, NGOs, academia and think-tanks in order to understand the benefits and challenges of collaboration and coordination in health care provision. It will also identify potential drivers for long-term investment in health and develop recommendations for all those delivering health services in conflict and post-conflict situations to assist reconstruction and stabilisation efforts in affected regions.
This event was originally scheduled for 14 April.
Attendance at this event is by invitation only.