2020 Global Health Forum in Taiwan

The “Global Health Forum in Taiwan” is an annual event, organized jointly by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Health and Welfare and Health Promotion Administration of Taiwan that convenes leaders from the worlds of research, policy, and practice to share ideas and experiences that address the greatest health and welfare challenges that beset our world.

Faced with the ongoing challenges of the COVID-19 global pandemic, the Forum of 2020 will incorporate discussions and examinations into the impacts of the viral outbreak on Sustainable Development Goals, followed by insights on how resiliency and humanity must cope with the post-COVID19 pandemic era, and how the global pandemic has profoundly influenced both the existing and emerging threats to health and well-being worldwide, such as health equity, non-communicable diseases, environment and health care systems. The Forum will also feature ideas and discussion on how innovative technology, inclusiveness and partnership between government and private sectors can be utilized to improve and mitigate the impact of pandemic on health service delivery.