Events

Upcoming Events

- | Online

Webinar Series: Child Health & the COVID-19 Response

The Child Health Task Force Secretariat is working with subgroup co-chairs on a bi-weekly webinar series on child health and the COVID-19 response. Each webinar focuses on the pandemic response in a specific thematic area at the global and country level, as well as the challenges faced in continuing essential health services for children. It is still unknown how long the pandemic will last and what its full impacts may be. The webinar series will adapt in scope and frequency as the response shifts to addressing the aftermath of the pandemic and its effects on child health.

Past Events

- | Accra, Ghana

Improving Nutrition Services in the Care of the Ill and Vulnerable Newborn and Child

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), in collaboration with UNICEF, WHO, and USAID’s flagship Maternal and Child Survival Program (MCSP), hosted an international workshop, Improving Nutrition Services in the Care of the Ill and Vulnerable Newborn and Child, October 30 - November 2, 2018 in Accra, Ghana (invite only).
- | Abuja, Nigeria

RAcE Multi-Country Dissemination Meeting

Hosted by the Federal Ministry of Health of Nigeria and the World Health Organization, the four-day RAcE Multi-Country Dissemination Meeting gathered ministry of health, non-governmental organization, academic, and international public health representatives to highlight achievements, crystallise lessons learned, and elaborate sustainability roadmaps.
- | Johannesburg, South Africa

2017 Child Health Routine Data Workshop

Hosted by USAID in collaboration with USAID’s flagship Maternal and Child Survival Program (MCSP), the three and a half day conference focused on ensuring child health and nutrition data from national HIS are available, accessible, of high quality and used for decision making.
- | Nairobi, Kenya

2016 Nairobi iCCM Workshop

In April 2014, the Global Fund and UNICEF signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to better coordinate efforts aimed at reducing the burden of HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria and improving the health of mothers, newborns, and children in a select number of high burden countries.