BD's Vice President of Global Health, Renuka Gadde, moderates a panel at International Conference on Aids and STIs in Africa


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BD Global Health VP Renuka moderates conference panel

BD Global Health VP Renuka moderates conference panel

Prime employer for women, BD, has a presence at the prestigious International Conference on AIDS and STIs in Africa (ICASA).

BD's Vice President of Global Health, Renuka Gadde, took to the conference stage to moderate a panel of donors, policy makers and other industry players discussing the critical role of CD4 in advanced HIV disease management.

ICASA is the biggest AIDS conference in Africa and takes place in Rwanda’s capital, Kigali. The event brings together officials from the United Nations and the healthcare sector to discuss the goal of an AIDS-free nation. Over 1,000 delegates attended the 20th annual conference which featured the theme 'AIDS Free Africa - Innovation, Community, and Political Leadership'.

BD leader Renuka is a regular global health speaker

BD Renuka Gadde Global Health VP

As BD's Global Health VP, Renuka leads the Global health function which cuts across different BD businesses to expand access to health for all people through driving public private partnership, access agreements and/or developing unique market appropriate products via product development partnerships. 

Renuka is a regular speaker at industry events and previous examples include the Global Health Annual Summit in The Hague, Netherlands, and at the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health Partners' Forum in New Delhi (pictured above), where she joined a panel of experts for a session titled, 'Using Multisectorial Collaboration to Drive Progress', advocating for scaling up innovations for mothers and babies.

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