Hosted with Amref and the National Business Compact on Coronavirus
Focused on learnings from an ambitious multi-stakeholder platform tackling COVID-19 in East Africa, this session unpacked the effectiveness of this type of collaboration in driving sustained engagement and behaviour change to improve global health and well-being. It probed whether multi-stakeholder platforms are the way forward for tackling public health issues.
We learned from the real successes and challenges experienced by key stakeholders who mobilised a novel kind of collective action to tackle a large-scale public health crisis.
Anila Gopal, Director, Health & Wellbeing, Unilever
Professor Myriam Sidibe, Chair of the National Business Compact on Coronavirus and Founder, Brands on a Mission
Sarah Kosgei, Program Manager for Public Health Emergency Response, AMREF
Ricky Tapa Thompson, co-founder and COO, SafeBoda in Uganda
Titus Ronoh, Networks Team Lead, Shujaaz Inc
Dr Ekua Yankah, Head of the NBCC Secretariat, Senior Consultant, Brands on a Mission (Moderator)