Share:   twitter icon facebook icon linkedin icon linkedin icon
Share this page:   email

Living Goods @AHAIC2019

BY Taylor Capizola • March 04, 2019

This week, more than 1,500 policymakers, civil society representatives, technical experts, innovators, scientists, and youth leaders will converge on the Kigali Convention Center in Rwanda for the African Health Agenda International Conference 2019. This convening is expected to be one of the largest health convenings in Africa and will be a platform for new ideas and home-grown solutions to some of the most serious health challenges facing the continent. The theme of the conference is, “2030 Now: Multisectoral Action to Achieve Universal Health Coverage in Africa.”

Five members of the Living Goods team will be in attendance and will highlight the importance of community health to achieving UHC.  Come by our booth or check out our presentations throughout the conference to learn more about our innovative programs in Kenya and Uganda.



Community health worker attrition in Uganda: a case study of Living Goods

Dr. Peter Kaddu, Director of Health, Living Goods Uganda

March 6 | 10:45-12:15 | Room AD12


Investing in community health results in 9.4 times return on investment in Kenya

Howard Akimala, Senior Manager for Advocacy, Living Goods Kenya

March 6 |15:45 – 17:15 | Auditorium Club 3


Results-based financing for community health as a key tool for creating accountability

Nayantara Watsa, Deputy Director, Business Development, Living Goods Kenya

March 6 | 15:45 – 17:15 | Room MH3


Ensuring accountability at the last mile to deliver high-quality care

Serah Malaba, Senior Advisor to Government, Living Goods Kenya

March 7 | 10:45 – 12:15 | Room AD7


A Primary Healthcare Service Delivery Design with Embedded Standard Data Collection Algorithms

Stephen Odindo, Senior Researcher, Living Goods Kenya

Poster Presentation