13 to 15 Dec 2022, 08:30-17:30
Kigali Convention Centre Kigali, Rwanda

CPHIA 2022 will provide a unique platform for African researchers, policymakers and stakeholders to come together and share perspectives and research findings in public health while ushering in a new era of strengthened scientific collaboration and innovation across the continent. Building on CPHIA 2021, this year’s conference will also serve as a catalyst to build more resilient health systems that allow African countries to better prepare for and manage emerging health threats while also addressing long-standing infectious diseases.

CPHIA is hosted by the Africa CDC and African Union, in partnership with the Rwanda Ministry of Health and Rwanda Biomedical Center. Planning is supported by several conference committees, including a Scientific Programme Committee that includes leading health experts from Africa and around the world.


Track 1
Epidemiology, Diagnostics and Clinical Management of Emerging and Re-emerging High Consequence Infectious Diseases (HCID) in Africa

Track 2
Increasing Local Production in Africa: Advocacy, Research and Development Capacity in Diagnostics, Therapeutics and Vaccine Manufacturing

Track 3
Strengthening Health Systems for Equitable and Universal Health Coverage in Africa

Track 4
Women in Health – From Recipients to Providers to Leaders

Track 5
The COVID-19 pandemic – Lessons Learned for Future Health Threats, Prevention, Preparedness and Response

Track 6
Digitalization, Modeling and Analytics to Support an Effective Public Health Response, from Outbreaks to Pandemics and Beyond

Track 7
Whole-of-Society – The Power of Engaging Civil Society, Community Actors, and the Private Sector

Track 8
A Renewed Focus on Africa’s Major Infectious Diseases: HIV, TB, Malaria and NTDs

Track 9
Non-Communicable Diseases – A Growing Public Health Threat in Africa

There are several opportunities to get involved in CPHIA 2022, including hosting an official side event in Kigali. For more information on side events please contact at CPHIA2022sideevents [at] globalhealthstrategies [dot] com

For information about other opportunities, please email the CPHIA 2022 Lead Ms Shingai Machingaidze at machingaidzes [at] africa-union [dot] org



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