Zimbabwe Network for Health – Europe

ZimHealth Europe AGM Announcement 2019

Geneva, Switzerland

Notice is hereby given that the 11th Annual General Meeting of ZimHealth will be held on Saturday the 6th of April 2019 in Geneva. The AGM is open to all members, subscribers and friends of ZimHealth.

Webster University,
Route de Collex 15,
1293, Bellevue,

14:00 – 17:00

Members, subscribers and friends of ZimHealth are reminded that this is an opportunity to volunteer to help ZimHealth in an active role or as a member of the Executive Committee which shall be elected on this date. We are actively seeking members to help with activities such as administrative tasks (writing proposals etc), coordinating the purchase and delivery of medical equipment, updating the website and social media pages etc.

The 2018 Annual Report will be presented by the outgoing Executive Committee (please find the 2017 Annual Report from the last AGM here). The positions of Chairperson, Treasurer, Secretary-General and Resources Mobilization Officer must be filled and six other committee members must be elected. Please come and cast your vote, to help us elect new faces to the Committee! Please join us and make your mark in our quest for universal healthcare for all Zimbabweans.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Best regards,

ZimHealth | Publicity & Communications

By train from Geneva
Take train to Coppet at Platform 1 at the main station, drop at Genthod/Bellevue. Across the rail tracks is Webster University. Go down the stairs and under the bridge.

By car
From Rue de Lausanne, turn left at the roundabout after Genthod/Bellevue shops. Turn first left after the bridge and proceed for 300m up Route de Collex and turn left into Webster University.
The venue will be in the first building you see. Look out for the ZimHealth AGM sign.

The Zimbabwe Network for Health (ZimHealth) seeks to raise funds to procure and distribute m edicines, diagnostics, vaccines and other commodities to rehabilitate the health facilities in Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe’s once robust health-care services have declined in recent years, exacerbated by the AIDS epidemic, a serious economic crisis and the considerable exodus of skilled personnel including doctors and nurses.