DCCC Call: Funding and financing to accelerate the digital transformation of health towards Universal Health Coverage

From: 16 June 15:00 CET 2022

To: 16 June 16:00 CET 2022

Location of event: Microsoft Teams

The DCCC aims to capture lessons learned and best practices about funding and financing of the digital transformation of health towards universal health coverage, from both an implementer and funder perspective. Hence we like to invite you for a session where 2 implementing organizations will introduce their work (CarePay and Project ECHO), then join a panel along with representatives from impact investment organizations (Baraka Impact and Invest International).   Guiding question for the session What are key lessons learned from an implementer and funder perspective in financing digital heath transformation towards UHC?   Click the link registration to add the call with an agenda in your calendar.

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