Berlin, 15 October 2022 (TDI): Together with the World Health Organization, the World Health Summit (WHS) is organizing the World Health Summit 2022.

This year the Summit will take place on 16-18 October 2022 in Berlin, Germany with the aim to set the course for a healthier, more equitable future.

The World Health Summit brings together the most prominent names in global health from all sectors in all regions of the world. It invites heads of state and government ministers, scientists, and representatives from the private sector and civil society to participate in the event.

About the Summit

At the Summit’s opening ceremony, the WHO Director-General, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, will be joined by German Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz.

In addition, the presidents of France and Senegal and other high-ranking officials will also be part of the event.

Participants of the Summit will focus on “Making the Choice for Health” by reflecting on different pressing topics. It includes Investment for Health and Well-Being, Climate Change and Planetary Health, Architecture for Pandemic Preparedness, and Digital Transformation for Health.

Moreover, the event also focuses on Food Systems and Health, Health Systems Resilience and Equity, and Global Health for Peace. More than 40 WHO experts will share their views on innovative solutions regarding health challenges across the globe.

In addition, various keynote sessions, panel debates, workshops, global health insights brainstorming sessions, and side events are part of the Summit. The event will feature more than 300 speakers from all regions of the world.

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About World Health Organization

World Health Organization is the United Nations agency founded in 1948. It connects nations, partners, and people to promote health.

Moreover, WHO keeps the world safe and serves the vulnerable so everyone can attain the highest level of health.

In addition, the WHO leads global efforts to expand universal health coverage. It directs and coordinates the world’s response to health emergencies.