Join us to discuss emerging challenges and gaps in community health, and explore tools and interventions to address them through skill building, networking, and program learning. As you engage in dialogue and learning with diverse stakeholders, you will contribute to greater programmatic impact through collaboration.

This conference will focus on navigating the humanitarian-development nexus through community health action.

The Conference aspires that by its end, participants will have contributed to and gained:

  • Greater understanding of why a humanitarian+development approach is important to achieving our vision of global community health for all
  • New ideas and actions on how to advance evidence-based policies, strategies, partnerships, and practices in a complex and fluid area
  • New partnerships for future collaborations to advance humanitarian+development approaches
  • Awareness of the questions and the remaining gaps.

Who can attend the Global Health Practitioner Conference?

The Conference is open to everyone. Participants include CORE Group Member NGOs and Associates, academics, advocates, donors, private sector representatives—all those working to advance community health.

Can’t attend in person? Several sessions will be broadcast live for all to participate. More information coming soon.

Who can present at the Global Health Practitioner Conference?

CORE Group Members and Associates work to prepare all plenary and concurrent sessions for our Conferences. You do not need to be a Member or Associate to present, but you will need to be invited/coordinated through a Member or Associate’s session.

“It’s a compounding draw that brings you back every year. It’s like-minded people getting together to discuss the latest issues, the emerging trends. It’s a great place to take stock, refresh, think about what you’ve done over the past year and what’s coming in the year ahead, and how you can connect your issues to the issues of other groups. There’s no other conference like it.” – Antony Duttine, Independent