Global Health 2030 Delivering Global Health: Meeting the Challenges of Global Health Delivery in 2030

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The nexus between global health systems, fragility, and the environment is at the forefront of #globalhealth2030 - a global strategy on community health and healthcare delivery. It addresses, in an integrated way, all aspects of health systems from fragility, education, climate change, workforce development and retention, health linkages, geopolitics, and bio-politics to inform more incisive, multi-dimensional action, based on data, evidence, and best practices.

Join LMI and key leaders from private and public sectors in a unique day-long symposium on October 19 to exchange ideas on the challenges facing the global health in developing countries and solutions to address those challenges to ensure that #globalhealth2030 is a reality. The symposium will hear from academic experts, thought leaders, and leading practitioners on the following topics:

  • How environmental changes, e.g., climate change, diminishing biodiversity, and environmental collapse, will impact global health and the global health supply chain.
  • Predicting and planning for fragility.
  • Addressing the continuing challenges to workforce stability and resilience and tools to create a stronger enabling environment, including better use of data analytics.

A look at the latest research from our global health experts:

It is possible to save money and save lives. #globalhealth2030

Click below to learn more about how our experts save lives through Nigeria's health supply chain.

LMI's partnership with USAID for the Global Health Supply Chain initiative

Listen to LMI's vice president of LMI's Health Management Division discuss how LMI helps governments and their stakeholders anticipate and address health supply chain needs in order to improve health outcomes.

Ideas for Impact

We welcome your feedback as we plan for this symposium. If you or your organization would like to participate, please contact Marieme Seydi, mseydi@lmi.org.

LMI is a consulting firm dedicated to improving the management of government. With more than 1,000 consultants, we design and implement solutions to some of the toughest problems facing government managers in logistics, information technology, and resource allocation. For 55 years, LMI has placed out clients' interest first.

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