Call for Applications:

Country Representatives for the Africa Bioethics Network (ABN)

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Deadline for Applications: February 28, 2024

Country Representatives for the Africa Bioethics Network (ABN

Africa Bioethics Network (ABN) is embarking on a transformative journey to advance ethical discourse and address pressing issues facing the African continent. We are seeking passionate and dedicated individuals to serve as Country Representatives across the African continent and contribute to our mission of promoting dialogue, sensitization, and action in tackling bioethical challenges.

About Africa Bioethics Network ABN is a professional, non-political, and non-profit organization committed to fostering dialogue, sensitization, and action on bioethical issues impacting Africa. With a focus on health, environment, sustainability, justice, responsibility, and human rights and dignity, ABN aims to cultivate a culture of excellence and promote quality of life through ethical practices. Our network brings together multidisciplinary experts from various fields to address critical bioethical issues affecting our societies. Background Despite Africa’s progress in various developmental aspects, there remains a significant gap in addressing ethical challenges, human rights, and human dignity. ABN recognizes the urgency for Africa to lead in bioethics discourse and endeavors to empower individuals to drive positive change in their communities.

THURSDAY 18 & FRIDAY 19 2023

Mental Health Bioethics Conference

CONFERENCE DATES 18th & 19th May, 2023

Conference Venue: St. Paul’s University Main campus, Limuru Conference Title: Strengthening Policy in Mental Health Bioethics Theme: Mental Health Research, Treatment, Equity and Stigmatization in Africa

Submit Abstract / Paper / Posters to: Email: Conference website:


Physical Attendees KSH. 1,000 (per participant); KSH. 500 (per student) Virtual Attendees FREE PAY TO MPESA WALLET Pay bill - 632333 Account - BIO2023