The aim of the Fondation Pierre Fabre is to give the populations of underdeveloped and emerging countries around the world, as well as people who become vulnerable due to serious political, economic or natural crises, sufficient access to good quality healthcare and more specifically to common medication, defined by WHO in particular as essential to human health.
The Fondation Pierre Fabre has organized its first conference at En Doyse, a historical site for the Pierre Fabre group, bringing together a broad representation of public and private stakeholders who are taking action in France to promote the development of public healthcare in emerging countries.
Objectives and challenges
Inaugural conference organized with the Fondation Pierre Fabre on the topic of:
“Public healthcare for developing countries: the role of France”.
For this first conference held in the magnificent surroundings of its new administrative headquarters at En Doyse, the Fondation Pierre Fabre brought together a broad representation of leading public and private stakeholders who are taking action to promote the development of public healthcare in emerging countries. This high-level meeting revealed that such actions remain widespread and demonstrated that these must be given greater visibility and taken to new dimensions.
This initiative provided an opportunity for everyone to participate in discussions and achieve the conference’s objective, which was to show that greater exchange and the search for a shared vision can help to optimize French actions and ensure that they benefit from a greater level of visibility.
The role of Ahimsa
Ahimsa Partners, in collaboration with the Fondation Pierre Fabre, prepared the program and organized and led the conference. Ahimsa Partners also wrote up the conference proceedings.