92 people crammed into a small breakaway room at the 3rd AFREhealth Symposium in Lagos (6 August 2019) to learn about AfrIPEN and how they can collaborate in our working groups. AfrIPEN serves as the IPE Technical Working Group of AFREhealth.

It is great to see how people are willing to partner, rather than the old style of competing, duplicating, building their own kingdoms and re-inventing the wheel.

Viva IPECP! Viva Africa!

92 participants crammed into a small breakaway room in Lagos to learn more about the work of AfrIPEN.

There was great excitement in the planned longitudinal, multi-country study to determine the impact of IPECP on health outcomes, costs and human resources

Champion Nyoni, AfrIPEN's facilitator, in discussion with participants who would like to get involved in the development of our Short Learning programme for IPECP facilitators.

Champion Nyoni, AfrIPEN’s facilitator, in discussion with participants who would like to get involved in the development of our Short Learning Programme for IPECP facilitators.

Stefanus Snyman trying to convince himself that AfrIPEN doesn’t need a bigger banner.