Explore how technological innovation in healthcare can help to promote social innovation and reverse, and how the commitment of each actor can help to reduce disparity and make these technologies accessible to the most vulnerable.

Explore how technological innovation in healthcare can help to promote social innovation and reverse, and how the commitment of each actor can help to reduce disparity and make these technologies accessible to the most vulnerable and give their contribution to the goal of universal health coverage.

This event (#AhimsaInnovation) will be a new “new movement” combining innovation and social impact investment, taking place on an annual basis. Its aim is to identify innovative projects (Innovation) and work teams (Incubators) so as to offer concrete solutions (Accelerators) to bring these technological innovations to market and ensure that they contribute to social innovation and the empowerment of underprivileged populations. Thanks for following us on #AhimsaInnovation.

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Any participation request must be approved by the organizers.
The number of places is limited. First entries will be priority.

Ahimsa Fund is a non-profit organization committed to maximizing support and development in underprivileged countries. Private or public sector representative fees will contribute to sponsor participation of communities from those countries.

Registration Fees for Private Sector 1.500€
Registration Fees for NGOs, Academies, Public Institutions 500€

Registration fees include access to all sessions, accommodation and meals at Les Pensières Conference Center.

For registration or for any questions regarding the event, please get in touch with us at contact@ahimsa-fund.com.

This new Ahimsa RoundTable will be held in les Pensières Center for Global Health, in Annecy, France from October 15 to October 17, 2018.

Les Pensières Center for Global Health is:
– three and a half hours from Paris by TGV (Annecy Railstation),
– 30 minutes from Geneva international airport,
– one and a half hours by motorway from Lyon and less than one hour from the Mont Blanc tunnel linking France and Italy.

Parking is available upon request for those arriving by car.