From Plan to Impact V: Report launch and side event

Join us online or in-person in Geneva, Switzerland as we launch our new From Plan to Impact report during a side event at the 75th World Health Assembly.

This event has now passed. Learn more about the new From Plan to Impact report here.

As we rapidly approach the 2025 target date for the WHO Global action plan on dementia, we are bringing together key stakeholders from across the world to discuss its progress. During this hour-long conversation, we will also be identifying barriers, highlighting paths forward and discussing how the global dementia community can galvanise and accelerate towards achieving the key targets, particularly around the development, deployment and monitoring of national dementia plans.

Join us for what will be a highly engaging and interactive session, with your chance to ask questions, exchange advice and experience, and tackle the big questions around dementia as a public health priority, particularly in the context of awareness, diagnosis, treatment, care support and research.

We are delighted to be able to host this as a hybrid event, with a limited number of in-person registrations available for the launch at the Beau-Rivage Genève in Geneva, Switzerland, plus the opportunity to join by Zoom from your workplace or home.

Register to join us online

If you are planning to join us in-person, arrival drinks and canapés will commence at 17:30 CEST. The report launch and panel discussion will begin at 18:00 CEST and conclude at 19:00 CEST.

Register to join us in-person in Geneva, Switzerland 

Read previous From Plan to Impact reports

From Plan to Impact V

This is the fifth From Plan to Impact report, monitoring the progress of the World Health Organization (WHO)'s Global action plan on the public health response to dementia 2017-2025. Read More

WHO Global Action Plan on dementia

The global plan aims to improve the lives of people with dementia, their families and the people who care for them, while decreasing the impact of dementia on communities and countries. Read More