AIM International Conference in Abidjan: Report Available (FR)

Abidjan5AIM organized earlier this year a very successful conference in Abidjan in Ivory Coast about how mutuals can contribute to increasing and improving healthcare coverage on the African continent.

Read the detailed report on the conference, which you can find below. Photos of the event were published already earlier. They are still here to be viewed.

L’AIM a organisé cette année une conférence très réussie à Abidjan en Côte-d’Ivoire sur la façon dont les mutuelles peuvent contribuer à accroître et à améliorer la couverture des soins de santé sur le continent africain.

Lisez le rapport détaillé sur la conférence (Ci-dessous). Des photos de l’événement ont déjà été précédemment publiés.

Rapport – Conférence Internationale d’Abidjan – Les perspectives du mouvement mutualiste africain dans le cadre des couvertures santé universelles

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