Dr Krishna Reddy Nallamalla and Dr Uma Aysola represented ACCESS Health International at the Asia Xchange, an event organised by The Rockefeller Foundation to bring together all the partners of the Foundation in the Asia region.

AsiaXchange was organised by The Rockefeller Foundation to share their new ‘OneRF’ strategy, identify opportunities for accelerating climate action in Asia, and explore opportunities for collaboration to realise those opportunities as seen through the work of the GLC4HSR under the section of “Climate Change and Health”.

Dr Reddy and Dr Aysola were part of over 150 participants from across the globe to participate in the event and explored new partners and brought forth new ideas for collaboration for ACCESS Health. The event saw a wealth of knowledge sharing and collaboration.

The Rockefeller Foundation provided the seed grant for the Global Learning Collaborative for Health Systems Resilience, a cross-country initiative, GLC4HSR brings together a network of health systems experts, practitioners, and policymakers with a shared vision of building resilient and improved health systems, for which ACCESS Health is the Secretariat.

The Rockefeller Foundation also marked the presence of Dr Reddy and Dr Aysola at the event through a thoughtful gesture of planting a tree each in their names for tigers at the Sundarbans National Park, India.

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