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Loved the 1-2-1 sessions, incredibly valuable and always the best part - I only wish all conferences I went to had them! Luke Schiel - Clinton Foundation
 
The event was a great opportunity to see how we can better work together and better prepare and respond to the ongoing emergencies. We definitely got a lot out of it, lots of new opportunities we can continue to build on. Gabriela Alvarado - UN World Food Programme (WFP).
 
 
consider the panellist’s insight of great value and the possibility to establish actors and strategic partner networks to strengthen the region. Maurenth Alfaro - Pan American Health Organization (PAHO/WHO)

Well organised, supportive and friendly team. Good opportunities for networking, will definitely attend this event again next year. Mauve Group 
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Pharma Logistics Africa 2019

GRV Global proudly presents the inaugural Pharma Logistics Africa (PLA2019) forum being held at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Nairobi on 30-31 October.
 

In recent years, Africa has experienced multi-billion dollar jumps in the size of its pharmaceutical industry, with the opportunity for public-private health partnerships rising exponentially (and proving crucial). Annually, millions of preventable deaths exist due to lack of adequate vaccine supply. Timely access to healthcare remains a priority, however, there is no guaranteed stock of the medicine required.
 
Accounting for the continent’s continued population growth, swift urbanisation and a growing middle class (including an increase of lifestyle diseases such as cancer and diabetes), an advanced and sustainable pan-Africa cold chain is vital to support long-term development.
 
This event will be host to approximately 300 delegates and exhibitors; a select offering of key stakeholders participating in high level plenary discussion, dedicated networking sessions, social functions and most importantly, 1-2-1 matchmaking meetings used to cement collaborations and create partnerships.
 
Pharma Logistics Africa 2019 will address Africa’s medicine needs head-on; participants will discuss priority needs in-person whilst showcasing innovation throughout GRV’s deal-making format. As the world’s hottest continent, climate control for medicine transport is critical to its population’s wellbeing. This is no mean feat – rising temperatures and minimal rainfall, vast distances and a widely varied landscape (including remote locations), unreliable power and data monitoring, all demand the very best in solutions and partnerships to move the sector forward.
 
What makes us unique?
 
- Long-running pan-African brand, regularly supported by the African Union, UN, Government & World Bank
- Unrivalled networking opportunities & social functions
- Private high-level audience of industry stakeholders, investors and on-the-ground solution providers 1-2-1 meetings with decision makers (pre-scheduled & secure)
- Inspirational keynotes & innovative panels
- Raised profile across industry demonstrating leadership
- Exceptional exposure/positioning & demonstration opportunities
- Create long-term partnerships & value through a single trip
 
Who should attend?
 
The key to creating lasting collaborations is engagement. At a GRV Global event you will engage participants directly whether that's during the plenary sessions, around the venue at one of our more social networking occasions/exhibition or, through our pre-scheduled afternoon 1-2-1 matchmaking sessions. Those wishing to initiate or further their healthcare related operations across Africa simply MUST attend Pharma Logistics Africa. Equally, Government, UN, U.S. & EU, NGO and manufacturer representatives, think-tanks and academics should grasp the opportunity to meet hundreds of link-minded colleagues in a safe, relaxed and stimulating environment.
 
Please direct all enquiries to +44 (0)20 3640 8222 or info@grvglobal.com
 
We look forward to welcoming you in Nairobi this October; to creating further dialogue between stakeholders and to aiding the continent’s health and development efforts!