30th – 31st July, 2022 at THE WARWICK FIJI

The Early Bird registration ends 8th July, 2022.


Non Communicable Diseases (NCD) has emerged as a major global health issue in the 21st Century. NCD is responsible for 80% of disabilities and  death in Fiji. NCD has an important impact  on the lives of individuals, families and  communities.

United Nations declaration on NCD as a global  health threat in September 2011 on the advice  of WHO, its affiliates and member states has  been endorsed by 194 States including Fiji.  States were advised to progress strategy and  programs to stall and reverse this rising global  tsunami.The global preventative approach to  focus on Tobacco and Alcohol consumption,  and increased Physicality and Food intake  measures.

Under the Sustainable Development Agenda  (SDG) 2016 – 2030 these measures have been  endorsed under Goals 3,17. Public-Private  Partnerships in health under SDG and Universal  Health Coverage (UHC) need grass root  understanding for effective implementation.

The Fiji College of General Practitioners (FCGP)  dedicates this conference to addressing NCD  in its totality in partnership with Ministry of  Health, Medical Services and Civil Society  Organisations.

Welcome Aboard.


Sava & Peni – smolaucake@warwickhotels.com

 Jane Madden – jmadden@warwickhotels.com

PHONE : 653 0555 / 898 3657

Dr.Ram Raju’s Response To FBC News  (Click to view more)

“We’ll never shy away from carrying out our professional duties and obligations no matter what the crisis maybe. We have done this before in many other situations and our members have always stood out in conducting outreach voluntary clinicsin many a times. Most recently several teams reached out to victims of Cyclone Yasa in Vanua Levu early this year.”
-Dr Ram Raju

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