2nd International Summit on Infectious Diseases (TINAPA ISID 2009) (TINAPA ISID 2009)
|Event Date/Time: Sep 25, 2008|
|Abstract Submission Date: Mar 31, 2009|
The summit will also x-ray the current impact of some of the advocacy options available so far on the reduction of deaths due to infectious diseases.
The summit will afford us the opportunity to develop better disease management skills
The summit will afford us a better opportunity to discuss some of the problems militating against the total eradication of most treatable diseases from developing countries. Solutions to all these problems will also be proffered.
The summit will help us in evaluating the effect(s) of infectious diseases in developing countries. As a matter of fact, this is one of the topics to be discussed. Solutions to these situations will be proffered.
Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) is becoming a distinctive feature of the global healthcare landscape. One of the many advantages of PPPs is that they mobilize partners with different, even hostile philosophies around one common goal. PPPs make it possible to share risk and responsibility and they embody the principle of ?win-win? solutions creating benefits for all parties. The successful hosting of the summit will go a long way in building a solid network of all these parties (governments, charities, pharmaceutical companies, industries, individuals, corporate bodies and NGOs in form of a Public-Private Partnership (PPPs) into finally stamping the effect and impact of this rather bemoaning problem in developing countries.
Dr. Echefu Bright and New World Foundation International through the summit will launch and constitute the first International Youth Parliament on Infectious Diseases (IYPID). The parliament shall be constituted by youths from different parts of the world. The age limits for the parliament shall be 10-22 and they will serve for two years. The next parliament shall be constituted during subsequent international summits
(a) Workshop sessions
(b) A cost free International Rally/Global walk against Infectious Diseases
(c) Tours to tourist sites in the host state.
(d) Paper presentations
(e) Poster presentations
(f) Interactive sessions
(g) Play lets
(j) Capacity Building Half Day and general session workshops
(k) The launch of the Global strategic Plan against Infectious Diseases