Family planning, HIV/AIDS prevention and health systems will take centre stage at this year’s Global Health Mini-University.
The Global Health Mini-U is an annual one-day summit on global health policy organised by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). This year’s session is set to take place on 14 September in Washington, DC.
The event’s agenda includes eight sessions on reproductive health, with topics including innovative contraceptives and how to boost the uptake of family planning practices. Eight sessions will be held on maternal, neonatal and children’s health and a further eight will focus on HIV/AIDS prevention and management.