Shared Learning Event on International Health: Swansea

07 December 2018
10.30 - 13.30

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Organiser: Hub Cymru Africa / Wales for Africa Health Links Network

Location: Swansea

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Come and join us to learn more about the success and challenges groups / organisations face when delivering projects in Sub Saharan Africa.

AGENDA

10.30am Registration with tea/coffee/water

11.00am Welcome by Chair

11.05-11.30 Deanna Owen, Friends of Monze, Zambia (school building, menstrual hygiene, cervical cancer and women’s rights)

11.30- 12.00 Dr Abdelbagi Ahmed - working in Sudan

12.00- 12.15 Break

12.15- 12.45 Professor Tom Potokar, Interburns and Global Injury Policy and Research

12.45-13.15 Bethany Bryant, Paediatric care in Sierra Leone

13.15-13.30 Update from Hub Cymru Africa – How we support Wales Africa work 

13.25 Closing remarks by Chair

13.30- 14.00 Lunch / End

Register here: https://swanseasle.eventbrite.co.uk 

Address:
Public Health Wales
Matrix House, Northern Boulevard
Swansea
SA6 8DP

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