Government delegations from nine countries will join industry leaders, financiers, and global health partners in Dubai from November 7-9
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On November 7-9, PATH, in collaboration with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and global partners—the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), and World Health Organization (WHO)—will convene partners from across sectors in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, to improve access to safe oxygen delivery.
At A2O2: Accelerating Access to Oxygen, country decision makers, global health partners, financiers, and manufacturers will discuss best practices and challenges for ensuring consistent access to safe oxygen delivery, including oxygen therapy with use of pulse oximetry.
Recent momentum in low- and middle-income countries working to improve access to safe oxygen delivery, particularly high-profile efforts led by Ethiopia's Ministry of Health, has made it clear that timely coordination between suppliers and country stakeholders is required to increase access to appropriate and affordable oxygen technologies and supplies.
The A2O2 convening is bringing together stakeholders to:
An estimated 100 confirmed attendees are participating in this event. Stakeholders comprise:
Key resources and convening outcomes will be shared with the greater global health community after the convening.
Posted November 6, 2017.