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The Digital Health and Rights Project is using participatory action research, working together with anthropologists, human rights lawyers, activists and community leaders to design and implement research into how young people see the risks and opportunities to their human rights in digital health. We're excited to talk with a diverse international crowd about how we can work together to ensure digital health respects the rights of everyone.

– Meg Davis, Senior Researcher

The IFMSA believes that technological innovation can lead to better health outcomes and more efficient healthcare delivery. We believe that more investment is needed in digital health technologies and that these innovations should be equitably accessible by everyone. Moreover, promoting the engagement of youth in technological innovation, and developing healthcare students’ education in digital health can facilitate effective use of health technologies.

– Inês Viva, Vice-President

We at PMNCH are committed to advocating for the health and well-being of women, children and adolescents. Digital Health Week is a global opportunity for diverse stakeholders to champion the role of digital technologies and data in making health accessible for all. We look forward to engaging in it

#ForEveryWomanChildAdolescent!
– Helga Fogstad, Executive Director

Digital tools are an increasingly popular approach to improving health, particularly among young people. This is why we must design digital health interventions with and for young people. Digital Health Week provides a unique opportunity for young people to showcase their digital health solutions and collaborate with diverse stakeholders.

— Satish Melwani

At Fondation Botnar, we believe technologies can accelerate access to health and democratise care and coverage when used ethically and equitably. To ensure they serve people in need, specifically young people, we require collaboration and conversation - Digital Health Week is a critical moment to bring together diverse stakeholders and listen to each other!

— CEO, Stefan Germann

In our work in improving HIV rights and sexual and reproductive health and rights in Kenya, it is no longer possible to ignore the potential that digital health holds in improving health coverage and services. I look forward to Digital Health Week to get involved in the national conversation on digital health transformation in Kenya and find collaborators to advance this mission together.

– Allen Maleche, Executive Director, KELIN Kenya