Online registration is now open for Annual 2017 AEMRN Projectsˆ Experience Sharing Conference on SDGs with focus on Universal Health Coverage...Leaving no one behind at the United Nations Palais des Nations, Geneva

Dear Colleagues all,

 

As we go through so many disasters and challenges this year, there are lots of issues to be discussed during the upcoming annual AEMRN brainstorming and strategic planning session.

 

The annual 2017 AEMRN Projects` Experience Sharing Conference will be at the United Nations Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland.

 

As is known, most of the projects carried out by AEMRN collaborators and other players for the benefit of the hard to reach communities in low and middle-income countries address directly or in directly components of the UN SDGs, and in majority of cases homing in on the Universal Health Coverage so no one is left behind.

 

Hence in this regards, the topic of the two days brainstorming conference is "AEMRN Projects` Experience Sharing Conference on SDGs with focus on Universal Health Coverage...Leaving no one behind".

 

Date: 7th – 8th December, 2017.

Time: 09: 30 – 18:00 hrs. CET daily.

Place: United Nations Palais des Nations Geneva, Building E, 1st Floor, Room XXVII.


Online registration is now open and you are all invited to register early as upon request from the UN NGO Liaison Office to AEMRN, the conference this year is open to the UN bodies and general public and not only to AEMRN members or collaborators. It will be announced on most UN portals with live webcast during the proceedings.


Furthermore, special for the AEMRN Conference this year is that the United Nations Office in Geneva (UNOG) is using the new Accreditation and Registration System INDICO for our Conference and may facilitate faster processing of the badges at the security gate on the conference day.



The registration link can be accessed from here: https://reg.unog.ch/event/21488/



We look forward to good outcomes as always from the meeting and we will be sending out call for abstracts soonest.


"Indeed Together We Can Make It Happen"


 

Best regards,


Dr. Charles Senessie and AEMRN Team.