ABOUT THIS CONFERENCE

Kigali Convention Centre, Kigali, Rwanda 
Formal programme takes place 13-15 December
Official Side Events begin on 12 December

CPHIA 2022 will provide a unique platform for African researchers, policymakers and stakeholders to come together and share perspectives and research findings in public health while ushering in a new era of strengthened scientific collaboration and innovation across the continent. Building on CPHIA 2021, this year’s conference will also serve as a catalyst to build more resilient health systems that allow African countries to better prepare for and manage emerging health threats while also addressing long-standing infectious diseases.

FAQs

The 2nd International Conference on Public Health in Africa (CPHIA 2022) is a three-day, in-person conference that will provide a unique platform for African researchers, policymakers and stakeholders to come together and share perspectives and research findings in public health while ushering in a new era of strengthened scientific collaboration and innovation across the continent. Building on CPHIA 2021, this year’s conference will also serve as a catalyst to build more resilient health systems that allow African countries to better prepare for and manage emerging health threats while also addressing long-standing infectious diseases. 

CPHIA 2022 will be held in person from 13 to 15 December 2022 in Kigali, Rwanda. Official side events will begin on 12 December.

CPHIA is hosted by the Africa CDC and African Union, in partnership with the Rwanda Ministry of Health and Rwanda Biomedical Center. Planning is supported by several conference committees, including a Scientific Programme Committee that includes leading health experts from Africa and around the world.

CPHIA 2022 aims to reach individuals from academic and government institutions; national, regional, community and faith-based organizations; private sector firms; as well as researchers, front-line health workers and advocates. Anyone, however, is welcome to participate in the conference.

Side event applications are no longer being accepted. For more information, please contact CPHIA2022sideevents@globalhealthstrategies.com. 

Please register here. When you register, you will automatically receive periodic email updates about the conference. Additional details will also be added to the website and shared on CPHIA social media channels on a rolling basis.

Follow CPHIA on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

The conference programme can be found here. Please check the conference website regularly and follow CPHIA on social media for the latest details.

Abstract submissions are now closed. For more information, please contact CPHIA2022Abstracts@globalhealthstrategies.com.  

Side event applications are now closed. Details on scheduled events will be available on the programme page soon. For more information, contact CPHIA2022sideevents@globalhealthstrategies.com.

  • Yes! Select sessions will be live-streamed on CPHIA2022.com and social media. No registration is required to watch the live streams.
  • Student (Low- and middle-income countries) – $50
  • Student (High-income countries) – $100
  • Delegate (Low- and middle-income countries) – $200
  • Delegate (High-income countries) – $400
  • Once you complete the registration form (click here), you will receive a confirmation email with a link to a payment portal where you can pay your registration fee by credit card. If you are unable to pay by credit card, are paying on behalf of a group of registrants, or have not received a link to the payment portal after registering, please contact accreditation@rwandaevents.com for assistance.
  • The registration fee covers access to the full CPHIA programme including side events beginning on 12 December. Unfortunately, scholarship funds or financial support to cover transportation and lodging are not available at this time. We encourage you to explore funding opportunities provided by other partners. 
  • There is no registration fee for virtual attendance. Live streaming of select conference sessions will be available on the CPHIA website and social media platforms, as well as Africa CDC social media platforms.
  • The CPHIA 2022 Secretariat has negotiated special rates with many hotels around Kigali, listed here. Please use code #CPHIA2022 when booking your reservation or email the hotel directly. Kindly note that special rates will only apply to bookings submitted before 1st December 2022 at 23:59. Please reach out to accommodation@rwandaevents.com if you require help with your bookings or have any other questions. 
  • Unfortunately, scholarship funds or financial support to cover transportation and lodging are not available at this time. We encourage you to explore other funding opportunities provided by other partners. Please click here for registration and recommendations on travel requirements and accommodation.
  • For in-person participants, there is a tiered fee system to accommodate students and delegates from different countries. Select CPHIA sessions will be streamed online and accessible at no cost.
  • Student (Low- and middle-income countries) – $50
  • Student (High-income countries) – $100
  • Delegate (Low- and middle-income countries) – $200
  • Delegate (High-income countries) – $400
  • Once you complete the registration form (click here), you will receive a confirmation email with a link to a payment portal where you can pay your registration fee by credit card. If you are unable to pay by credit card, are paying on behalf of a group of registrants, or have not received a link to the payment portal after registering, please contact accreditation@rwandaevents.com for assistance.
  • The registration fee covers access to the full CPHIA programme including side events beginning on 12 December. Unfortunately, scholarship funds or financial support to cover transportation and lodging are not available at this time. We encourage you to explore funding opportunities provided by other partners. 
  • There is no registration fee for virtual attendance. Live streaming of select conference sessions will be available on the CPHIA website and social media platforms, as well as Africa CDC social media platforms.

The 2nd International Conference on Public Health in Africa (CPHIA 2022) is a three-day, in-person conference that will provide a unique platform for African researchers, policymakers and stakeholders to come together and share perspectives and research findings in public health while ushering in a new era of strengthened scientific collaboration and innovation across the continent. Building on CPHIA 2021, this year’s conference will also serve as a catalyst to build more resilient health systems that allow African countries to better prepare for and manage emerging health threats while also addressing long-standing infectious diseases. 

CPHIA 2022 will be held in person from 13 to 15 December 2022 in Kigali, Rwanda. Official side events will begin on 12 December.

CPHIA is hosted by the Africa CDC and African Union, in partnership with the Rwanda Ministry of Health and Rwanda Biomedical Center. Planning is supported by several conference committees, including a Scientific Programme Committee that includes leading health experts from Africa and around the world.

CPHIA 2022 aims to reach individuals from academic and government institutions; national, regional, community and faith-based organizations; private sector firms; as well as researchers, front-line health workers and advocates. Anyone, however, is welcome to participate in the conference.

Side event applications are no longer being accepted. For more information, please contact CPHIA2022sideevents@globalhealthstrategies.com. 

Please register here. When you register, you will automatically receive periodic email updates about the conference. Additional details will also be added to the website and shared on CPHIA social media channels on a rolling basis.

Follow CPHIA on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

The conference programme can be found here. Please check the conference website regularly and follow CPHIA on social media for the latest details.

Abstract submissions are now closed. For more information, please contact CPHIA2022Abstracts@globalhealthstrategies.com.  

Side event applications are now closed. Details on scheduled events will be available on the programme page soon. For more information, contact CPHIA2022sideevents@globalhealthstrategies.com.

  • Yes! Select sessions will be live-streamed on CPHIA2022.com and social media. No registration is required to watch the live streams.
  • The CPHIA 2022 Secretariat has negotiated special rates with many hotels around Kigali, listed here. Please use code #CPHIA2022 when booking your reservation or email the hotel directly. Kindly note that special rates will only apply to bookings submitted before 1st December 2022 at 23:59. Please reach out to accommodation@rwandaevents.com if you require help with your bookings or have any other questions. 
  • Student (Low- and middle-income countries) – $50
  • Student (High-income countries) – $100
  • Delegate (Low- and middle-income countries) – $200
  • Delegate (High-income countries) – $400
  • Once you complete the registration form (click here), you will receive a confirmation email with a link to a payment portal where you can pay your registration fee by credit card. If you are unable to pay by credit card, are paying on behalf of a group of registrants, or have not received a link to the payment portal after registering, please contact accreditation@rwandaevents.com for assistance.
  • The registration fee covers access to the full CPHIA programme including side events beginning on 12 December. Unfortunately, scholarship funds or financial support to cover transportation and lodging are not available at this time. We encourage you to explore funding opportunities provided by other partners. 
  • There is no registration fee for virtual attendance. Live streaming of select conference sessions will be available on the CPHIA website and social media platforms, as well as Africa CDC social media platforms.
  • Unfortunately, scholarship funds or financial support to cover transportation and lodging are not available at this time. We encourage you to explore other funding opportunities provided by other partners. Please click here for registration and recommendations on travel requirements and accommodation.
  • For in-person participants, there is a tiered fee system to accommodate students and delegates from different countries. Select CPHIA sessions will be streamed online and accessible at no cost.

About Africa CDC

The Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) is a specialized technical institution of the African Union established to support public health initiatives of Member States and strengthen the capacity of their public health institutions to detect, prevent, control and respond quickly and effectively to disease threats. Africa CDC supports African Union Member States in providing coordinated and integrated solutions to the inadequacies in their public health infrastructure, human resource capacity, disease surveillance, laboratory diagnostics, and preparedness and response to health emergencies and disasters.

Established in January 2016 by the 26th Ordinary Assembly of Heads of State and Government and officially launched in January 2017, Africa CDC is guided by the principles of leadership, credibility, ownership, delegated authority, timely dissemination of information, and transparency in carrying out its day-to-day activities. The institution serves as a platform for Member States to share and exchange knowledge and lessons from public health interventions.

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