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The Future of Global Health: Lessons Learned From Ebola

Published 03/10/2016 by Global Communities

The Future of Global Health:

Lessons Learned From Ebola
InterAction invites you to a high-level conversation and panel discussion with NGO implementers and policy makers, with honorary co-host Senator Chris Coons. The panel will discuss lessons learned from the Ebola response and how they can be applied to current and future public health crises.
Moderated by Morning Consult Chief Political Correspondent Reid Wilson.

The Future of Global Health: Lessons Learned From EbolaThursday, March 17, 2016
12:00 – 1:30 p.m.
Please RSVP by March 16th
Dirksen Senate Office Building – Rm 106
100 Constitution Ave NE
Washington, D.C. 20002
(click here for a map and directions)
Lunch will be provided. The program will begin promptly at 12:15pm with introductory remarks given by Congressional offices, followed by Mia Beers – leader of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Ebola Disaster Assistance Response Team. The panel discussion will begin at 12:30pm, and will include panelists from Global Communities, Project Concern International, World Vision, & International Medical Corps. Panelists will share their on the ground experience and discuss how we can apply it today, followed by Q&A. Concluding with remarks by the Healey International Relief Foundation.

This is a widely attended event and in keeping with Senate and House rules.
For further inquiries, please contact: Rome Hall – RHall@InterAction.org, 202.394.6629