Lectures and seminars Foreign Aid for Health Systems: Sustainable or Not?
Students for Sustainable Development present the 2nd seminar in the "Thursdays for Sustainability" series: Foreign Aid for Health Systems: Sustainable or Not?
The seminar will be conducted in a discussion format, and we will raise such issues as effectiveness and sustainability of foreign aid, the role of foreign aid in strengthening health care systems in recipient countries and foreign aid alternatives.
The event is planned to be hybrid, so a Zoom link will follow soon! And for those of you who will join the seminar in person, the first 25 people will get delicious vegan sandwiches.
More information can be found on the event page https://fb.me/e/2ikCeSd4P
- Soji Adeyi - MD, MBA, DrPH, is the President of Resilient Health Systems. He was formerly Director of the Health, Nutrition and Population Global Practice at the World Bank Group.
- Kim Forss - PhD,Founder of Andante - tools for thinking AB
- Stefan Swartling Peterson- MD,PhD,Professor of Global Transformation for Health, Karolinska Institutet; Former Global Chief of the Health for UNICEF
- Julia Schalk - Director Policy and Advocacy at WaterAid; Expert Member for The Expert Group for Aid Studies (EBA)
"Thursdays for Sustainability" are a series of seminars organised by the student network "Students for Sustainable Development" in collaboration with SIGHT and @karolinskainstitutet. The recurrent theme is the interconnectivity between human and environmental health, as well as how the economic, social, and environmental pillars of the UN SDGs can guide us towards a better planetary health and a more sustainable future.