• +251- 966258828
  • icphc@iphce.org
  • Addis Ababa


Please see our FAQ below for more information before contacting our support team.

As a reminder, all participants including speakers need to register at the applicable rate for their organization.

Please register here by July 30 2023. If you have not registered and we have not heard from you by this date we may approach applicants on the waiting list.

Please also submit your short bio (100 words approx) and headshot (.jpg or .png) via the link in your notification email so we can promote your participation in the conference materials and platform.

Please check your spam folder for notifications from us and email Conference Coordinator if you have not yet received a notification.
  • We have asked all speakers to confirm registration by July 30 2023 in order to secure their speaking spot. If they have not registered and we have not heard from them by this date we may approach applicants on the waiting list. In the meantime we encourage you to register early to confirm your spot at the conference as the venue capacity is limited.
If you submitted multiple applications you will receive a separate notification for each submission. Each submission has an entry ID code. To accommodate as many presenters as possible we may limit the number of times an individual presenter speaks. The planning committee may have selected one of your applications over another to help ensure a balanced program of thematic areas.
  • If you applied on or after the deadline of May 30 your application may be on the waiting list. We will notify you by email if we can offer you a speaking spot.

Please see the hotel and travel section of our website for details of hotels near the conference venue.

Please see your notification email for details of the proposed date and time of your session?

All sessions will take place on September 6 or 7 2023.

No. The ICPHC is a fully in person conference. We are excited to bring together this community in Addis Ababa for the first time. To ensure an engaging and participatory experience for all our attendees we are requiring all presentations to be given in person. Please also see our refund policy if you have registered but can no longer attend.

  • To accommodate as many presenters as possible and ensure a diverse and inclusive program, our Planning Committee may have communicated to you that your accepted submission has been grouped with other submissions to form a session around a common PHC theme. We are requesting that you nominate one presenter to cover your segment. 

    This will help ensure broader regional coverage of the topics and themes as well as give an opportunity for more speakers to present

The main language of the conference is English. However we are offering interpretation from English to French and French to English. As such we welcome presentation in French for but please let us know so we can prepare!

  • Yes! WiFi will be available for all speakers and participants at the conference venue. PLease note that Internet access to certain sites may be limited in Ethiopia.

  • We encourage all speakers to bring their own laptops/devices to share any slides. Please also remember to bring any peripherals such as charging cables suitable for use in Ethiopia. Rooms will be equipped with A/V systems which you can connect your laptop too.

If you are interested in getting involved in this conference, please submit a message in the “Contact Us” box.

Abstracts submissions will close  on May 30 2023

Registration will open early April. Check back on this website to keep up to date. Send us a message is the “Contact Us” box, and we’ll keep track of your email to send you a reminder when registration opens.

Yes, we welcome the participation of all those interested or involved in building up primary health care. Our target audience for this conference include: high level officials from ministries of health, PHC leaders, senior representatives of UN agencies and international organizations, bilateral and multilateral organizations, researchers and scientists, health workers, civil society organizations, academia, professional associations, health ambassadors, philanthropies, Africa CDC, consortia, and private sector organizations.

Due to venue limitations, we regret that we are limited in our capacity.

Check back on this site regularly as we will provide more information on this to come.

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