Health is a key component of human development, growth and quality of life. Better health is central to human happiness and well-being. It also makes an important contribution to economic progress, as healthy populations live longer, are more productive, and are economically more active. Governments from all over the world as well as international health institutions have developed policies and invested in world leading research into human development and the mechanisms that underlie its impact on health and disease. The Mana’ah (Immunity Digital) Forum is a specially created online only conference which seeks to discuss to discuss pertinent healthcare and wellbeing related topics, current global health related matters as well as put forward innovative ideas to enhance societal health based on three pillars – nutrition, thought & behaviour. The online nature of the event allows attendee access through any smart device.

Forum Sections

Main sessions

where a single person speaks about a specific topic with a moderator.

Panel discussions

of two or more people, where the audience can interact and ask questions via the chat box.


Direct and interactive workshops for a limited number of individuals. Can subsequently be viewed by the platform visitors.

Showcase Mechanism

The forum will be held on a digital platform designed to take the visitor through a unique and cohesive virtual journey that makes them feel their actual presence at the forum. The digital platform includes all the facilities and features present in physical forums and conferences in addition to several other innovations.

The virtual main hall is the forum’s online entry point. Attendees can learn about the event, interact with other visitors, and gain entry to the other sections of the forum

Attendees can watch an introductory or welcome video that lists the most important information about the virtual event. There is also a dedicated information section where visitors can easily receive the assistance they might need.

Visitors will also have the opportunity to communicate and interact with each other in a dedicated communication area that can be linked to many social media platforms like Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter, among others. This ensures the maintaining contacts even when the event is concluded.

The platform contain several other sections that include the exhibition area, where sponsors and participating entities can be featured in unique pavilions that include features such as introductory video clips, presentations of services, and even communicating with visitors and exhibitors directly through in-person conversations.

The platform also includes the live virtual sessions section, which is the broadcasting arm of the digital forum. Here, different sessions of the forum are directly broadcast from any location, previously recorded sessions can be viewed. The space also allows for interactive workshops delivered directly to the visitors.

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