Join Seed Global Health at #UNGA74!

Spread the love

Seed Global Health will be at the United Nations General Assembly on September 23 to 27. Please tune in to our two key events.

Transforming Health Workforce Education to Meet Population Needs and Achieve UHC

September 24 | 10:30 AM12:30 PM 

In recent years, global governance efforts and reports and World Health Assemblies have called for increasing social accountability in the education of health professionals to better respond to population needs. Much remains to be done. This event brings together educators, thought leaders, policymakers, and funders to discuss why transformative health workforce education and evaluation of the workforce data on production, employment, and retention are vital to universal health coverage (UHC). Participants will discuss key issues and emerging evidence pertinent to the return-on-investments of socially accountable health workforce education and identify next steps to mobilize action. 

Check back for livestream details

UHC and the Power of People: The Case for Investing in a Qualified Health Workforce

September 24 | 12:302 PM

Investing in a qualified health workforce is key in supporting healthy populations and prosperous economies. Yet, the World Health Organization estimates there will be a shortfall of 18 million health care workers by 2030. Join us for a practical and forward-looking conversation highlighting the importance of investing in doctors, nurses, and midwives to achieve UHCand exploring the paths that will get us there.

Register here to livestream the session


Sign up to get our stories delivered straight to your inbox.

Get in touch

For more information about getting involved with Seed, partnership opportunities, or making a gift, please send us a brief message.

Contact Us

Support our work

Your tax deductible gift advances equitable, high-quality health care across Africa for those who need it most.


Stay informed

Sign-up to receive the latest about our work and other news in global health from Seed Global Health’s newsletter.

Sign Up