The first edition of the ECAM Council bilateral meeting, in collaboration with The European House Ambrosetti, aims to discuss the current and future challenges facing healthcare, which have inevitably been intensified by the Covid-19 pandemic. This will provide a neutral platform for selected members to explore the existing opportunities for investment in the field of healthcare and related sectors in Africa and the Middle East.
Launching the first edition in Italy is an inspired choice. Italy is one of the centres of the ancient world, with historic links to the rest of Europe and the region. Italy has been commended for its handling of the COVID 19 pandemic, and more than ever, Italy can be a thought leader in strengthening political and economic stability in the MENA region.
The European Council on Africa and the Middle East sprung from Chairman Kamel Ghribi’s vision of universal healthcare for all. Through many of his travels, Kamel Ghribi noticed that many private health care organizations in developing countries were underfinanced and constrained from achieving their full potential. Is there a best formula? What are the benchmarks?
ECAM Council’ s mission is to come up with realistic, effective, and lasting solutions for a more sustainable healthcare across the region of Africa and the Middle East. We have a great challenge ahead of us at ECAM Council.