Africa Health 2022
26 – 28 October 2022
Midrand / Johannesburg, South Africa
After a 2 year break from live-in person events, this year will see the coming together of healthcare professionals under one roof over 3 days once again.
The 11th annual Africa Health Congress will once again bring together healthcare professionals from multiple disciplines to promote discussion and thought leadership on the advancement of healthcare in the region.
For this years event there are expected over 8.000 attendees, more than 450 exhibitors from over 50 countries as well as 19 country pavilions, like the German Pavilion.
This international congress will address the needs of African healthcare professionals, share strategies that are transforming the future of medicine, and examine the latest disruptions in healthcare driving the transformation of the continent.
With the aim of bridging the gap in medical knowledge, the carefully designed conferences at Africa Health provide the very latest updates and insights into cutting-edge procedures, techniques and skills.
Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action
In cooperation with
Association of the German Trade Fair Industry
ZVEI e. V. Electro and Digital Industry Association
FAIRS – Messe Marketing Management GmbH
General Information Foreign Trade
iXPOS: Your Information Platform about Germany
The Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK) decides on, and supports, official participations in the Federal Republic of Germany's international trade fairs and exhibition programme. In addition to policy and budgetary issues, the active involvement in the presentation of Germany at international fairs and exhibitions is of prime importance. In a constant dialogue with private-sector partners, the division for international / national trade fairs and exhibitions of the ministry backs the export activities of German industry on international markets.
Furthermore, the "fairs and exhibitions division" is concerned with planning and implementing German participation in world expositions abroad and with major political issues regarding fairs and exhibitions in Germany.
The Association of the German Trade Fair Industry (AUMA) represents the interests of the trade fair industry on a national and international level in dealings with parliament, ministries, authorities and other organisations.
The association organises the official German trade fair programme abroad in close cooperation with the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK) and the Ministry of Food and Agriculture.
As part of this programme, the Federal Government provides financial assistance for German participations at foreign events, but also for independent presentations by German industry abroad.