2nd Edition of Africa Health ExCon to Review Healthcare Quality Improvement in Africa
Africa Health ExCon to Address Expanding Africa’s Vaccine Manufacturing Capacity and Promoting Women's Health
The 2nd edition of Africa Health ExCon will kick off under the patronage of H.E. Abdel Fattah Al Sisi, President of the Arab Republic of Egypt.
Endorsed by the Unified Procurement Authority (U.P.A), Africa Health ExCon will take place during the period from June 6th to 9th, 2023. June 6 is the presidential opening while the exhibition and conferences will start from 7 -9 June at Egypt International Exhibition Center – EIEC (Al Manara International Conference). Africa Health ExCon will receive more than 1044 expert speakers, including more than 315 international speakers from 70 countries.
Under the theme “Your Gate To Innovation and Trade”, U.P.A will hold more than 316 sessions, and 36 workshops in the presence of international medical experts.
During the 4-day event, the sessions will review boosting the progress achieved in Africa about manufacturing vaccines and therapies, as well as the state- of- art medical technologies to promote African women’s health.
Further, the event will showcase the EgyptRef Genome Project, which is considered the pillar of personalized medicine and an advanced medical system.
The 2nd edition of Africa Health ExCon will review strengthening Egypt-Africa cooperation to promote healthcare quality. This is in addition to various sessions to discuss highly important medical issues including radiology, neurosurgery, and ophthalmology.
Africa Health ExCon will offer educational opportunities through sessions, scientific lectures, training sessions, and workshops, addressing the most common topics.
Africa Health ExCon will bring together healthcare providers, offering them an exquisite opportunity to explore the latest trends in various sectors, including medical supplies & equipment, pharmaceuticals, plant consumables and chemicals, dental supplies, dermal products, nutrition, vitamins, healthcare, feeding industries, and packaging.