Geneva Health Forum
The Geneva Health Forum is organized every other year since its creation in 2006, initially by the University of Geneva and the University Hospitals of Geneva. The 2020 edition (postponed to November 2020) is conceived thanks to a program committee which includes the Swiss School of Public Health, WHO, ICRC, MSF, Terre des Hommes, the WEF, the CERN and many public and private partners from la Genève Internationale committed to global health.
It includes also international academic partners, such as the Universities of Oxford, Harvard, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Istanbul, Kinshasa, Sao Paulo and others. The Geneva Health Forum has become one of the leading conferences in global health and allows public and private sectors, together with field actors and policy makers to meet, exchange and debate on global health issues, open-minded in the search for solutions to improve equal and affordable access to health for all.