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June 21, 8:00 to 11:00 am U.S. EDT with networking time in the final hour
Moderator for Day: Priya John, MBBS, MD, DNB, General Secretary, Christian Medical Association of India
Keynote Address: Quality in All Contexts: Standards and Measurement for Quality of Care for Clients, Providers, and Supply Chains featuring Sodzi Sodzi-Tettey, MD, MPH, Senior Technical Director, Africa Region, Institute for Healthcare Improvement
Platinum Sponsor Message: Leticia Nkonya, PhD, Technical Advisor for Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) at World Vision USA.
PEPFAR’s Faith and Communities Initiative: Perspectives from the Grassroots in Malawi, featuring: Peter Chalusa, Project Manager, World Relief; Pirira Cathy Nthanda Ndaferankhande, Executive Director, Malawi Interfaith AIDS Association; Maureen Simang’aliso Domoya, Program Manager, Ujamaa Pamodzi Africa; and Khama Daudi, District HTS Coordinator, Machinga DHO, Malawi Ministry of Health
Documentation and Measurement of Outcomes as a Means to Improved Quality of Care for Non-Communicable Disease Patients in Uganda featuring David Balikitenda, BSBBS, PGD M&E, MS EPID, Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist, Uganda Protestant Medical Bureau
Assessing the Effect of Community Client-led ART Delivery Models on Retention in Care among Adult HIV Patients in Southwestern Uganda, featuring an interview with Kasande Meble; a Nursing Student at Bishop Stuart University in Uganda conducted by Kris Prenger, MD, MPH, MA, Interserve USA
Postpartum and Postabortion Family Planning: Timing is Key for Quality featuring Douglas Huber, MD, MSc, Senior Technical Advisor for Reproductive Health, CCIH and Stembile Mugore, MPH, Nurse and Midwife, World Vision US
What We Need, When We Need It: Strengthening Faith-based Supply Chains: A discussion on the USAID-funded MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership project on Faith-based Drug Supply Organizations featuring Carolyn O’Brien, MSPH, Faith Engagement Team, MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership and Project Advisor, CCIH; Karen Hardee, PhD, President of What Works Association Consulting; and Ngah Edward Ndze, B-Pharm, Master's in Supply Chain Management, Central Pharmacy General Manager, Cameroon Baptist Convention Health Services
Health of Women and Children Working Group: What We Do and How You Can Be Involved featuring working group co-chair Allison Flynn, MPH, Senior Program Advisor for Health & Nutrition, World Relief
Time for Q&A: We will hold all questions and answers for all speakers until the end of the program.
Fellowship and Networking with Breakout Rooms. You will have the opportunity to network and join in fellowship with global colleagues, facilitated by a CCIH member or staff member.