The Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) and Smart Africa have signed a deal to collaborate for the purpose of advancing digital health across the African continent. AThe aim of this agreement is to strengthen and improve the health system by implementing digital technologies. The 77th United Nations General Assembly’s Digital Impact Alliance hosted the event, which took place concurrently with the General Assembly. At the event, H.E. Lazarus Chakwera, President of the Republic of Malawi, H.E. Lazarus Chakwera, Digital Economy Ministers from the Republics of Rwanda, Togo, and Sierra Leone, as well as top executives from development partner organisations, the commercial sector, academia, and civil society, were present.
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