Photo Blog: Day 2 of the Global Governance for Health Roundtable

From September 29th – 30th, over 50 thought leaders in global health are gathering in Cape Town, South Africa for the Third Global Governance for Health Roundtable. The Leadership, Management & Governance (LMG) Project is collaborating on the Roundtable with the Health Policy Project and the Health Finance and Governance Project.
On the second day of the Roundtable, conversations focused on donor investments in good governance and how to further support vulnerable populations and national civil society organizations in governance interventions.

Day 2 began with remarks from Dr. Tomohiko Sugishita (left) of the Japanese International Cooperation Agency on the panel, Investing in Good Governance as an Enabler for Health Systems Strengtheningwhich included Temitayo Ifafore, of the United States Agency for International Aid.

Robert Ndieka, a Monitoring and Evaluation Expert at the African Union Commission, observes discussions at the Global Governance for Health Roundtable.

Jan Sobieraj (center), Managing Director of the UK’s National Health Service Leadership Academy, acted as a rappateur for the roundtable along with Barry Kistnasamy of South Africa’s Department of Health (left).

LMG Director, Jim Rice, gives closing remarks at the Third Global Governance for Health Roundtable.

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