Health Care Without Harm Asia is hosting a GGHH webinar on natural disaster and climate resilient building designs. In times when the frequency and severity of climate change caused natural disasters is increasing around the globe, it is essential for health care facilities to remain standing and operational to serve its community.

Join this webinar to learn more about strategies and action you can take to ensure your health care facility is resilient to impacts of climate change and natural disasters. Speakers from the Philippines, Taiwan, and the United States will share their expertise and experiences, as well as the benefits of resilient health care facility design.

Day and time:

  • Pacific Daylight Time (USA): 7 pm (September 26)
  • Nepal Time: 7:45 am (September 27)
  • Philippines Time and China Standard Time: 10 am (September 27)
  • Australian Eastern Standard Time: 12:00 pm (September 27)

For other time zones or languages, click here.


Once the host approves your registration, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions on how to join the session.


  • Faye Ferrer: Global Green and Health Hospitals Coordinator, Health Care Without Harm – Asia. For more than seven years Faye has directed GGHH in Asia through member organizing, consolidation and campaign management. She is set to share her significant expertise about the GGHH identity and work in Asia.
  • Scott Slotterback: Global Green and Health Hospitals Policy Director, Health Care Without Harm – Global. Working for the National Facilities Services group at Kaiser Permanente, Scott led teams focused on improving the design and sustainability of over 60 major healthcare buildings. He also created and implemented enterprise-wide sustainability training programs. He authored numerous sustainability focused case studies, design standards, white papers, and articles. Scott will be discussing the GGHH Guidance Document on Buildings.
  • Hen-Chia Chang: Vice-Superintendent, Taipei Tzu Chi Hospital. Dr. Chang is an Attending Physician of Cardiology and the Vice Superintendent and Director of Center of Quality Management at the renowned Taipei Tzu-Chi Hospital. He has many responsibilities at Taipei Tzu Chi Hospital in terms of building low-carbon and climate-resilient facilities and is set to discuss their Climate and Disaster Building Design.