GLC4HSR successfully concludes two-day Annual Conclave in Singapore; advances global dialogue on resilient health systems

GLC Annual Conclave

The Conclave of the Global Learning Collaborative for Health Systems Resilience (GLCHSR), held it 2nd Annual on March 11th and 12th, bringing together over 500 participants, both virtually and in-person, for an enriching experience. The event featured 60+ speakers from over 15 countries, offering insights into various aspects of resilient health systems. ACCESS Health International is the global secretariat of this growing network.

The conclave was a testament to collective knowledge and collaboration. It covered topics ranging from redefined models for health systems assessment to discussions on future-ready surveillance systems, addressing climate change impacts, emphasizing community engagement, and advocating for gender equity in health systems. These discussions filled the event with hope and optimism for building resilient health systems globally.

Participants engaged in meaningful dialogue with a shared commitment to enhancing healthcare provision, ensuring supply chain resilience, exploring innovative financing mechanisms, and embracing digital transformation. This collective effort reflects the spirit of the GLC4HSR and a common vision of creating a healthier and more resilient future.

ACCESS Health thanks the Annual Conclave knowledge partners: Health Systems Global and Duke-NUS Centre of Regulatory Excellence; Co-hosts: Asia-Pacific Cardiovascular Disease Alliance and Women in Global Health Singapore; and session sponsor: US Pharmacopeia. Their support and collaboration were instrumental in making this event a success, enriching discussions, and driving meaningful outcomes.

We also thank all the speakers for sharing their expertise and insights, contributing to the dialogue, and inspiring collective action towards building resilient health systems.

Stay tuned for detailed insights from each learning stream in the upcoming days as we continue to reflect on the enlightening sessions of the Conclave.