Thursday, February 10, 2011

Global Health & Innovation Conference at Yale

You and your colleagues may be interested in attending or presenting at the Global Health & Innovation Conference at Yale, which is the world's largest global health conference as well as the largest social entrepreneurship conference. For those interested in presenting at the conference, we are currently accepting social enterprise pitches. We would appreciate it if you could please forward this announcement to those who may be interested in attending or presenting. The registration rate increases after February 15.

GH/Innovate 2011
Global Health & Innovation Conference
Presented by Unite For Sight, 8th Annual Conference
Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
Saturday, April 16 - Sunday, April 17, 2011

"A Meeting of Minds"--CNN

Registration & Details (Registration rate increases after February 15):

200 speakers, including keynote addresses by Ken Cook, Victoria Hale, Jeffrey Sachs, and Sonia Sachs. Social innovation sessions by CEOs and Directors of Save The Children, Ashoka, Endeavor, mothers2mothers, VillageReach,, and many others. The conference schedule can be seen at

The conference convenes more than 2,200 students and professionals from 55 countries who are interested in global health and international development, public health, medicine, social entrepreneurship, nonprofits, filmmaking and photography, social media, philanthropy, microfinance, human rights, anthropology, health policy, advocacy, public service, environmental health, and education.

Interested in presenting at the conference?

* Call For Social Enterprise Pitches: Do you have an innovative idea or a new program in development? Submit your idea for presentation. Social enterprise pitches are accepted on a rolling application deadline, and the first quality pitches will be accepted for oral presentation. When the social enterprise pitch spots are filled to capacity, applications will no longer be accepted. See social enterprise pitch instructions on the conference website.

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