Reports from African nations and regions (SADC, ECOWAS, ECAS) Kenya, South Africa, Nigeria, DRC, Ethiopia, Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire, Senegal, Uganda, Zambia, Tanzania re:
About the fight against Covid19 and its impact on public health systems and costs and logistics surrounding testings and acquisitions of testing kits;
Businesses and governments partnering to prevent and care for diseases in Kenya (hospitals, universities, laboratories, clinics, NGOs and multilateral agencies) Covid19, AIDS, TB, Malaria and diabetes, and how county health and Medicare systems can incorporate the skills and benefit from the African Diaspora medical skills and expertise into prevention and care.
The need to build and sustain capacity in national and regional macro - economic environments to deter brain drain from the continent and maintain locally trained health expertise and skills.
How the public sector can best exploit corporate leadership and resources in PPPs projects to build new health and Medical resources and better prevent and prepare for new variants of Covid19 determined by scientists and the WHO. Also for diseases prevalent in Africa such as HIV AIDS, Malaria, and TB.
Fighting stigma associated with Covid19 and Africa to protect vulnerable industries such as tourism, and the flows of investments and visitors across growth industries
The role being played by Health Agencies (UNAIDS WHO etc) and NGOs to support projects and advocacy for the prevention of Covid19 and other more serious chronic diseases which have been sidelined due to western priorities