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Health in Africa Workshop, panel on "Health and new Information and Communication Technologies"

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Sharath Srinivasan.

This meeting is organised by the Centre for History and Economics in cooperation with the Cambridge Centre of African Studies and the Centre of Governance and Human Rights. Speakers include Emma Rothschild (King’s/Harvard), Professor Amartya Sen (Harvard), Professor Megan Vaughan (Cambridge) and Professor Thandika Mkandawire (LSE).

CG+HR is organising a panel on “Health and new Information and Communication Technologies,” chaired by Sharath Srinivasan and with contributions from Professor Geoff Walsham and Dr Mark Thompson (Judge Business School), and Isaac Holeman (FrontlineSMS:Medic).

This is the third in a series of meetings organised by the King’s/Harvard Joint Centre for History and Economics on the historical experience of economic crisis in relation to public health and health systems. For further details see the project website for Economic Crises and Health in Historical Perspective.

Space is limited and attendance must be confirmed in advance. For further information, please contact ihm@kings.cam.ac.uk or CG+HR ss919@cam.ac.uk.

This talk is part of the Centre of Governance and Human Rights Events series.

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