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Public Lecture: Health Care Policy and the Crisis of Public Health in Africa

Date:                     Thursday, February 21, 2019
Time:                     5:30 PM
To:                        7:30 AM
Venue:                   Webster University Ghana Campus
Address:                 off Lagos Avenue, behind Media Pharmacy, East Legon, Accra
Organiser:              Webster University Ghana Campus
Contact name:        Elorm Ntumy
Contact number:     057 113 7720 - 0540 120 869
Email:                    ghana@webster.edu
Website:                 http://excellence.webster.edu.gh/event1.php

Public Lecture

"Health Care Policy and the Crisis of Public Health in Africa."


  • Prof Jean-Germain Gros. – Visiting Faculty (USA), Professor of Political Science and Public Policy.
    A Historical Overview of Healthcare Policy in Africa
  • Prof Badu Akosa – Former Director, General of the Ghana Health Service
    Health Care Policy in Africa: The Pan-African Challenge
  • Dr. Naa Ashiley Vanderpuye – Donton, CEO -  West Africa AIDS Foundation (WAAF), MD -   International Health Care Center (IHCC)-
    The Challenges and Opportunities of Developing Good Public Health Practices in Africa 


Webster University is committed to creating platforms for intellectual discussions.  One of such platforms is our public lecture engagement.  The university periodically organizes public lectures to foster discussions on issues of importance that impact society.  This public lecture is on Healthcare Policy and the Crisis of Public Health in Africa

This public lecture will among other topics explore the challenges and opportunities involved in developing good public health practices in Africa, the role of government and the private sector in effective healthcare delivery and an in-depth look at health care policy in Africa. 

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