Evidence2Policy 2024: Health, wealth and equity in low-income economies

E2P2024 health inequalities

The George Institute for Global Health, India, is organising its Seventh Evidence2Policy (E2P) virtual lecture inviting Dr Githinji Gitahi to speak on the topic “Health, wealth and equity in low-income economies.” 

Mark your calendars for 13th May 2024 | Monday | 12:30 PM IST | 10:00 AM EAT | 08:00 AM UTC | 05:00 PM AEST

About E2P Lecture

The George Institute India began the E2P lecture series in 2017 to mark its 10th anniversary. A leading global researcher is invited each year to present on topics related to bridging the "know-do gap" in public health policy implementation. Past lecturers have included esteemed scholars such as Prof K Srinath Reddy, President of the Public Health Foundation of India, Prof Ian Jacobs, Vice-Chancellor of the University of New South Wales Sydney, Dr Rajani Ved, former Executive Director of the National Health Systems Resource Centre in India, Dr Ophira Ginsburg of New York University, Professor Frank J Kelly of Imperial College London, and Dr Justin Koonan, co-chair of the Steering Committee of UHC2030.


  • Dr Githinji Gitahi

    Dr Githinji Gitahi is the Group CEO of Amref Health Africa, the largest health development international NGO headquartered in Africa, delivering health access to more than 20 million people in over 35 countries. Dr Gitahi is renown as a leader on the global and regional front with notable achievements - including co-chairing the global UHC2030 movement; serving on the Commission on Africa's COVID-19 Response; serving as a member of the Governing Board of Africa CDC and was recently appointed to the Board of the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI). He also serves on the Board of The Standard Group in Kenya and the Board of Trustees of Safaricom Foundation. He is a vocal advocate for pro-poor Universal Health Coverage and leads the largest thought leadership convening on the African health agenda.

    Dr Githinji Gitahi

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