COVID19 has reached Africa, a few weeks behind Europe. How is it affecting each country? Are control measures affecting health more than the virus? And what impact is this having on partnerships for health?

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SUPPORTING WELSH BASED HEALTH AND WELLBEING PROJECTS IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA

 

Anyone interested in international health and development is welcome. We share learning and network

 

Shared Learning event

Wednesday 29th July

2pm

How do Health Links continue to be effective after COVID-19?

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Annual Conference

now online festival over 6 days

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October 1st to 6th Oct 2020

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The aim of WfAHL

Purpose

To support health partnerships between Wales and Africa to contribute to the UN Development Goals

Objectives:

  1. To advocate for health partnerships to enable them to have maximum impact

  2. To establish a sustainable, effective and efficient funding model for health partnerships

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WaAHL is developing a distinctive Welsh model for sustainable health development in sub-saharan Africa. 

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Wales for Africa Health Links Network

Temple of Peace & Health 
Cathays Park
Cardiff
CF10 3AP 

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