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Stakeholders from across the maternal newborn health community, including ministries of health, implementing partners, academia, and donors are invited to register to attend the International Maternal Newborn Health Conference (IMNHC) 2023. In particular, participation from low- and middle-income countries is encouraged to ensure the voices of those closest to programs are front and center.
In-person registration includes access to all plenary sessions, concurrent sessions, networking events, exhibition, the marketplace, daily lunches, coffee and tea breaks, and an invitation to attend the opening reception. Additionally, complementary shuttle transport will be provided to and from the airport to partner hotels. Please note that registration does NOT include travel and visa expenses (visa requirements are dependent on the passport country), accommodation expenses, vaccination or health-related expenses, or travel insurance (recommended).
All plenaries will be live-streamed free of charge and available on-demand post-conference. You do not need to register as a virtual participant to view plenary sessions. More information about these streaming options will be available as we near the conference.
Limited early-bird registration for accepted speakers and moderators began online on 1 December 2022 and closed 12 January.
General registration opened online 23 January 2023. Please note that general registration is extremely limited. We opened general registration blocks at different times on 23 January to make ticket availability as equitable as possible to people across all time zones.
The first release of tickets for sale began at 8am IST; 2:30am GMT.
The second release of tickets for sale began at 3pm SAST; 1pm GMT; 8am EST.
Please note that ALL tickets are sold out as of 3 February. Please click here for links to add yourself to the waitlist. All frequently asked questions may be found here.
Note: We can safely accommodate up to 1,800 attendees from around the world in person in Cape Town.
AlignMNH is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in collaboration with the U.S. Agency for International Development.