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Oct
31
  1.   Cold chain equipment
  2.    Public
  1.   31st Oct, 2018
Refrigerated vehicles are crucial in the delivery of life-saving vaccines. Programmes that depend on one or a small number of refrigerated vehicles may be seriously impeded if a vehicle breaks down or...
Refrigerated vehicles are crucial in the delivery of life-saving vaccines. Programmes that depend on one or a small number of refrigerated vehicles may be seriously impeded if a vehicle breaks down or is unable to maintain the temperature range that is required for the safe storage of vaccines.

On behalf of the WHO Performance, Quality and Safety (PQS) Secretariat, we are delighted to invite your response to our survey on the use of refrigerated vehicles in immunization programmes.

The purpose of this survey is to gather information on the performance of refrigerated vehicles that are at least three years old. This information will be used to help PQS develop standards for refrigerated vehicles that meet the needs of immunization programmes. The information you provide will be extremely valuable to WHO PQS and the WHO Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI).

The survey can be accessed by clicking on the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PQSrefrigeratedvehicle. The survey will remain open until October 31, 2018.

Please complete this survey for each vehicle that has been in regular use for more than three years for the purpose of carrying vaccines or other temperature sensitive pharmaceuticals. Please provide any available photographs where prompted in specific survey questions, by uploading photos directly to this platform.

Should you require further information on the survey, please contact the PQS Secretariat at [email protected]

The survey will take approximately 20 minutes to complete, depending on the extent of your free-text answers.

https://www.technet-21.org/en/forums/discussions/refrigerated-vehicles-in-immunization-programmes
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Aug
01
  1.   1st Aug, 2018
Presentation of the "UAV Procurement Guide" by USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program - Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project The guidelines are available here: https://www.ghsuppl...
Presentation of the "UAV Procurement Guide" by USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program - Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project

The guidelines are available here: https://www.ghsupplychain.org/resource/unmanned-aerial-vehicle-procurement-guide
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Sep
05
  1.   Programme management
  2.    Public
  1.   5th Sep, 2018 - 13th Sep, 2018
Empower is organizing the 2nd International Workshop on ​MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF GLOBAL HEALTH PROGRAMS, scheduled from 05th– 13th September 2018 in New Delhi, India. The eight-day residential wo...
Empower is organizing the 2nd International Workshop on ​MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF GLOBAL HEALTH PROGRAMS, scheduled from 05th– 13th September 2018 in New Delhi, India. The eight-day residential workshop on Monitoring and Evaluation of Global Health Programs will provide the platform for state of the art tools and techniques.

By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Apply the learning in various health programs on basic concepts and practical approaches towards effective programmatic monitoring and evaluation.
- Formulate a framework (result/logical/conceptual) on how the program or intervention will lead to specific health outcomes and impact.
- Analyze sources of data, their uses, issue of data quality and its importance in specific programs.
- Discuss and develop SMART program indicators based on an understanding of program-specific criteria.
- Review the various mapping and population size estimation techniques used for evaluating various health programs.
- Analyze the various approaches and methods of estimating program coverage.
- Review the various evaluation designs.
- Develop monitoring and evaluation plan for health program by applying knowledge and skills gained throughout the course.

Some of the important topics of the workshop are:
- Developing M&E Plan
- Routine and Non-Routine Information Systems
- Frameworks and Indicators
- Gender Integration
- Population Size Estimation
- Size estimation methods like Census, Enumeration, Multiplier Method, Capture-Recapture, Network Scale-up, PLACE Tool
- Overview of Extrapolation Methodologies
- Different M&E tools: like PRISM, DQA, DDIU
- Surveys and Surveillance
- Evaluation and Operation Research

Facilitators for this workshop have rich experience working in HIV/AIDS and have authored documents, conducted workshops and provided technical assistance for HIV prevention programs. They also have rich experience in designing and implementing the research activities for many large-scale HIV/AIDS projects.

Course fee: US$ 3200 which includes:
- 8-day face-to-face workshop in Delhi
- Resources, course materia​​l, and workshop kit
- Accommodation for the duration of the workshop
- Breakfast, lunch, tea, and snacks during the workshop sessions
- Airport transfers and local transportation for field visits
- Certificate from Empower School of Health
- One-year of technical assistance
- Does not include – airfare, health insurance, visa fees, dinner or other travel expenses
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  2.   New Delhi, Delh...
Aug
20
  1.   20th Aug, 2018 - 24th Aug, 2018
Empower is organizing the 3rd International Workshop and Study Tour on Ensuring Universal Health Coverage by Promoting Access to Life-Saving Medicines in Geneva, Switzerland scheduled from 20th to 24t...
Empower is organizing the 3rd International Workshop and Study Tour on Ensuring Universal Health Coverage by Promoting Access to Life-Saving Medicines in Geneva, Switzerland scheduled from 20th to 24th August 2018. It’s a 5-day workshop and our participants will be public health professionals, program officers, supply chain professionals from various Ministries of Health, UN agencies, donor agencies, private and civil society organizations.


The Key Topics to be covered during the workshop are Universal Health Coverage, Access to Medicines, Key Components of PSM, Supply Chain - Levels of Maturity, Quality Assurance, and Regulatory Sciences. This workshop will share with the participants how leading global health stakeholders are supporting the Universal Health Coverage agenda with the focus on access to essential medicines.


The overall objectives of the Workshop are:

- Interact with and learn from global health leaders from WHO, Global Fund, UNDP, Red Cross, GAVI, Stop TB and many more.
- Recognize the role and structure of leading global health organizations in promoting Universal Health Coverage
- Identify the key concepts of access to medicines and relationship with Universal Health Coverage
- Learn about improvements and innovation in access to new medicines
- Achieve personal growth in terms of leadership and management skills linked with global policies translated into local actions

This workshop is targeted at professionals in public health programs (donors, government, the private sector, NGOs, civil society, academia) and people interested in global health procurement and supply chain/logistics and universal health coverage.


Course fees: US$ 2500 which includes:

- One week face-to-face training in Geneva + two weeks of preparatory work
- Certificate from Empower Swiss
- Local transportation for field visits
- Technical assistance for one year
- Does not include – international travel, airport transfers, food and accommodation

Registration deadline: 5th August 2018
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  2.   Geneva, Switzer...
Jul
06
  1.   6th Jul, 2018
PSA invites you to the 3rd Health & Humanitarian Supply Chain Summit. The Summit will be co-hosted with Strathmore Business School (SBS). The theme for this year’s Summit is “Health & Humanitarian Su...
PSA invites you to the 3rd Health & Humanitarian Supply Chain Summit. The Summit will be co-hosted with Strathmore Business School (SBS).
The theme for this year’s Summit is “Health & Humanitarian Supply Chain as a key enabler for Universal Health Coverage (UHC),” with the sub-theme of the value derived from the “Digitalization of Supply Chain.”

It is an open Summit for professionals and policymakers working in the supply chain sector.

The objective of this year’s event is to explore the role of supply chain in enabling the delivery of quality, reliable Universal Health Coverage (UHC) in the East and Horn of Africa Region. It will be an opportunity to share updates and insights from the public, private and development sectors on on achievement and delivery of UHC.

The event page [LINK TO EVENTBRITE] will give you more information about how to register online and the agenda for the day. Registration fee is Kes. 2,500 (USD 25). Please, confirm your participation by completing the online registration on Eventbrite no later than June 20th 2018, as seats are limited.

For questions, please contact [email protected]

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor for this event, please contact PSA's Regional Representative for Horn & East Africa, Jane Muyundo at [email protected]
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  2.   Ole Sangale Rd,...
Jul
09
  1.   9th Jul, 2018 - 13th Jul, 2018
*Are you a professional in health supply chain management? Does your team need to improve their end-to-end supply chain knowledge and skills? Are you looking to develop own professional capacity?** ...
*Are you a professional in health supply chain management? Does your team need to improve their end-to-end supply chain knowledge and skills? Are you looking to develop own professional capacity?**

Pamela Steele Associates (PSA) in partnership with Strathmore Business School (SBS) invites you to join the 5th edition of the Health Supply Chain Management training programme (English) in Nairobi, Kenya. *

What is the course about?
According to the constitution of the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) access to essential medicines is part of the right to health. Increasing the availability of essential medicines at the service delivery point is crucial to preventing millions of deaths. The success of a health programme is dependent on the ability to reliably and consistently supply essential products, including medicines, to support service delivery. However, despite increased donor funding and an array of new products, there are a number of factors that continue to significantly restrict access to essential medicines and other health products.

While many factors influence medicine availability, the capacity of a country’s supply chain to select, forecast, procure, and deliver essential health supplies can be a major constraint. As we move into the post-2015 agenda of Sustainable Development Goals it is clear that sustainable health supply chain management is critical.

Supply chain excellence requires that all of the functions of a supply chain work together efficiently. For example, decisions about product selection must inform decisions about distribution modes, the frequency of delivery, and storage specification. Similarly, rational use of pharmaceuticals is critical for accurate quantification - which, in turn, effects procurement planning. Any supply chain strategy must consider these interactions and the associated trade-offs between alternative approaches.

The course structure is based on the 6 + 1 rights of a health supply chain: the right goods, the right quantity, the right cost, the right condition, the right place, the right time, and the right interventions.

PSA's training focuses on the higher–order skills required by supply chain managers to understand the end-to-end requirements for a sustainable health supply chain, rather than a narrow focus on individual activities. It is, therefore, important for everyone involved in supply chain management to have a demonstrable competence in each function.

Who should attend this course?
The training is targeted at people who are responsible for planning, procuring, distributing or monitoring health programme supplies. It will be especially of use to those with a health professional background who are entering the health logistics and supply chain environment. Specific positions may include:

Procurement officers
Pharmacy managers
Warehouse or distribution managers
Health programme managers
Information systems managers
Staff of Central Medical Stores
Technical Assistance providers
Donors supporting commodity programmes
Course Objective
The objective of this course is to increase participants' understanding of procurement and logistics management of health supply chains and associated planning requirements, enabling them to make improvements in their own geographical and organisational contexts.

Course Learning Outcomes
By the conclusion of this course participants will be able to:

understand the interrelated components of an end-to-end health supply chain from the perspective of a rights-based approach;
describe the critical cross-cutting elements that need to be in place to ensure a sustainable and well-functioning health supply chain;
understand the issues experienced by supply chain personnel from other countries and organisations, and use these to reflect on their own circumstances; and,
apply the experiences and resources identified in this course to make improvements in their own health supply chain based on their area of influence.
As part of the training, you will be provided with a complementary Health Supply Chain Skills Profile (Competency Assessment) which is an online questionnaire that measures technical, management and leadership competencies covering six key areas of health supply chain work set out in the People that Deliver (PtD) Health Supply Chain Competency Framework for Managers and Leaders. The personal feedback report provides three scorecards that profile your technical, management and leadership competencies.

Course Content
Day 1: Module 1 - Introduction**
Define health supply chain management, the key supply chain functions and stakeholders, in the context of the 6 + 1 rights of supply chain
Describe the difference between ‘access' to and ‘availability' of essential medicines, and the core elements for access
Describe the negative consequences of broken health supply chains
Explore the key attributes of well-functioning health supply chains

Day 2: Module 2 - Right Interventions, Right Products, Right Quantity**
Right Interventions
Explain the ‘umbrella’ of ‘right interventions’, which sets the policy and procedural framework for effective health supply chains
Define rational use of medicines and explain how inappropriate use of health commodities affects health supply chains
Right Products
Explain the role of Essential Medicines Lists in product selection, and the benefits of National Essential Medicine Lists (NEMLs) to public health supply chain management
List the resources available to assist in Medical Devices Needs Assessment before product selection
Determine what makes an effective donation policy and consider barriers to effective implementation
Right Quantity
Understand what is meant by quantification, and the associated key activities
Apply a variety of quantification methods to determine product quantity requirements
Describe how quantification links to subsequent health supply chain management activities
Apply VEN analysis to make the best use of limited financial resources
Explain how emergency situations may change procurement approaches

Day 3: Module 3 - Right Quality, Right Cost**
Right Quality
Describe the differences between quality assurance and quality control in a health supply chain context
List the quality assurance activities used in the procurement cycle, including Good Manufacturing Process (GMP) and pre-qualification
Explain the differences between counterfeit and sub-standard medicines and what steps can be taken to avoid the entry of these products into the marketplace
Describe the use of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to monitor health supply chain performance
Right Cost
List the guiding principles governing public procurement
Explore the different procurement activities from requirement definition to supplier performance management
Understand the importance of procurement planning as a key enabler of an integrated health supply chain

Day 4: Module 4 - Right Place, Right Time**
List the components that make up a logistics and inventory management system
Explore the different logistics and inventory management activities
Describe the key elements of cold chain management
Identify the key principles to follow to ensure appropriate storage of health commodities
Explore the common logistics and inventory management challenges in downstream health supply chains
Identify when reverse logistics may be required and how this should be operationalised

Day 5: Module 5 - Cross-cutting themes**
Describe the importance of supply chain system design and the concepts of integration (horizontal and internal), segmentation and vertical supply chains
Explore risk management in health supply chain activities
Explain the difference between performance monitoring and evaluation activities and identify where these are undertaken throughout the health supply chain cycle
Identify key human resources activities that need to be present to ensure a productive and sustainable supply chain workforce
Describe how innovation approaches should be considered to ensure appropriate integration into the supply chain


Fee information:
NON-RESIDENTIAL RATE - (USD) $2,100.00
Fee covers five days’ training with expert facilitators, high-quality training materials and stationery, airport pick-up and drop-off, morning and afternoon refreshments and daily lunches. Accommodation is NOT included.
Payment & Registration deadline – 22nd June 2018.

RESIDENTIAL RATE (EARLY BIRD RATE) - (USD) $2,835.00
Fee covers five days’ training with expert facilitators, high-quality training materials and stationery, airport pick-up and drop-off, morning and afternoon refreshments (Monday - Friday), daily lunches (Monday - Friday), evening meals (Sunday - Friday), overnight accommodation (Sunday - Friday) and breakfasts((Monday - Saturday).
Early Bird Rate Payment & Registration deadline – 8th June 2018.

RESIDENTIAL RATE - (USD) $3,150.00
Fee covers five days’ training with expert facilitators, high-quality training materials and stationery, airport pick-up and drop-off, morning and afternoon refreshments (Monday - Friday), daily lunches (Monday - Friday), evening meals (Sunday - Friday), overnight accommodation (Sunday - Friday) and breakfasts((Monday - Saturday).
Payment & Registration deadline – 22nd June 2018.
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  2.   Ole Sangale Rd,...
May
16
  1.   General
  2.    Public
  1.   16th May, 2018
93 apprenants de 22 pays vont recevoir leur certification OMS SPMVS après avoir terminé le cours Scholar. Assistez à cette cérémonie pour écouter en direct la présentation des plans d'action et les té...
93 apprenants de 22 pays vont recevoir leur certification OMS SPMVS après avoir terminé le cours Scholar. Assistez à cette cérémonie pour écouter en direct la présentation des plans d'action et les témoignages des apprenants.

100 participants from 21 countries were selected by the World Health Organization to develop peer-reviewed activity planning using the Global Routine Immunization Strategies and Practices (GRISP). 93 of them completed activity plans in 6 weeks and they will be presenting these plans during Commencement Exercises where WHO will award certificates of completion.

Join François Gasse, Philippe Jaillard, Jhilmil Bahl and others from the World Health Organization for this exceptional event.

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Oct
23
  1.   Global initiatives
  2.    Public
  1.   23rd Oct, 2018 - 25th Oct, 2018
The next SAGE meeting will take place in Geneva from the 23-25 October 2018. A draft agenda will be made available nearer the time. The Strategic Advisory Group of Experts (SAGE) on Immunization w...
The next SAGE meeting will take place in Geneva from the 23-25 October 2018.
A draft agenda will be made available nearer the time.

The Strategic Advisory Group of Experts (SAGE) on Immunization was established by the Director-General of the World Health Organization in 1999 to provide guidance on the work of WHO. SAGE is the principal advisory group to WHO for vaccines and immunization. It is charged with advising WHO on overall global policies and strategies, ranging from vaccines and technology, research and development, to delivery of immunization and its linkages with other health interventions. SAGE is concerned not just with childhood vaccines and immunization, but all vaccine-preventable diseases.
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  2.   Geneva, Switzer...
May
10
  1.   10th May, 2018
SAVE THE DATE: Please join the OpenLMIS Community on THURSDAY, MAY 10 at 6 AM PST / 14.00 UTC+1 for a webinar presenting the latest features in the OpenLMIS software (webinar will be presented in Engl...
SAVE THE DATE: Please join the OpenLMIS Community on THURSDAY, MAY 10 at 6 AM PST / 14.00 UTC+1 for a webinar presenting the latest features in the OpenLMIS software (webinar will be presented in English).

(find the corresponding time in your time zone on the following website: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/meeting.html)

Additional webinars will be presented in French (May 24) and Portuguese (June 7).

Please contact us at [email protected] if you would like to attend either of these additional webinars. Further details will be announced closer to the event time.

Please register for the English-language webinar in advance on the following link:
https://zoom.us/meeting/register/ee021bd743d5fd0adc2040ba88984b7b

Contact us at [email protected] or visit http://openlmis.org/ to learn more about the latest release and the OpenLMIS Initiative.
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  2.   Seattle, WA, US...
Jul
31
  1.   Service delivery
  2.    Public
  1.   31st Jul, 2018 - 2nd Aug, 2018
The key objective of the meeting was to review the country progress reports on measles elimination and rubella/CRS control submitted by the national verification committees (NVCs) and provide reco...
The key objective of the meeting was to review the country progress reports on measles elimination and rubella/CRS control submitted by the national verification committees (NVCs) and provide recommendations.
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  2.   Kathmandu 44600...
Jul
10
  1.   Global initiatives
  2.    Public
  1.   10th Jul, 2018 - 12th Jul, 2018
The Immunization Practices Advisory Committee (IPAC), established in 2010, supports and advises the Director of the Department of Immunization, Vaccines and Biologicals (IVB), with the review and/or f...
The Immunization Practices Advisory Committee (IPAC), established in 2010, supports and advises the Director of the Department of Immunization, Vaccines and Biologicals (IVB), with the review and/or formulation of immunization practices, operational standards, tools and technologies to strengthen and improve the delivery of immunization programmes at the country level in order to realize the goals of Global Immunization Vision and Strategies (GIVS) and Global Vaccine Action Plan (GVAP).

Countries will benefit from the development of innovative strategies and guidelines to address challenges and barriers to immunization access and service delivery.
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  2.   Geneva, Switzer...
Jun
26
  1.   Global initiatives
  2.    Public
  1.   26th Jun, 2018 - 28th Jun, 2018
The Global Measles and Rubella Laboratory Network (GMRLN) was developed based on the successful model of the Global Polio Laboratory Network. As of 2018, 723 laboratories have been established in 164 ...
The Global Measles and Rubella Laboratory Network (GMRLN) was developed based on the successful model of the Global Polio Laboratory Network. As of 2018, 723 laboratories have been established in 164 countries. Many of these laboratories are also responsible for laboratory-based surveillance of other vaccine preventable diseases in their countries.
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  2.   Cascais, Portug...
Jun
04
  1.   Service delivery
  2.    Public
  1.   4th Jun, 2018 - 8th Jun, 2018
The RVC was established in the WHO European Region in 2011 to evaluate the documentation submitted by Member States with a view to verifying the elimination of measles and rubella at the regional leve...
The RVC was established in the WHO European Region in 2011 to evaluate the documentation submitted by Member States with a view to verifying the elimination of measles and rubella at the regional level. The WHO Regional Office serves as the secretariat to the RVC.
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  2.   Paris, France...
May
28
  1.   Global initiatives
  2.    Public
  1.   28th May, 2018 - 29th May, 2018
The Executive Board is composed of 34 individuals technically qualified in the field of health, each one designated by a Member State elected to do so by the World Health Assembly. Member States are e...
The Executive Board is composed of 34 individuals technically qualified in the field of health, each one designated by a Member State elected to do so by the World Health Assembly. Member States are elected for three-year terms.

The Board meets at least twice a year; the main meeting is normally in January, with a second shorter meeting in May, immediately after the Health Assembly. The main functions of the Executive Board are to give effect to the decisions and policies of the Health Assembly, to advise it and generally to facilitate its work.
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  2.   Geneva, Switzer...
Jun
25
  1.   25th Jun, 2018 - 27th Jun, 2018
Improving healthcare delivery, especially in resource limited settings is a global priority. Africa Conference on Healthcare Delivery (AHD Conference) is conceived to promote local participation, inno...
Improving healthcare delivery, especially in resource limited settings is a global priority. Africa Conference on Healthcare Delivery (AHD Conference) is conceived to promote local participation, innovation, continuous quality improvement and institutionalization of healthcare delivery in the African region, especially in the area of Supply Chain Management of health commodities. AHD conference provides a forum for practitioners/professionals within the region to network, exchange ideas and share experiences for improved performance (“south- to- south collaboration”). In addition, the meeting brings together leading international experts in the field of healthcare delivery to discuss new concepts and provide mentoring for young professionals and students. The pre-conference training workshops, which precede the main conference, are designed to train and build local capacity in Supply Chain Management and Global Health Delivery for professionals and students in key subject areas. The main focus of AHD Conference is to explore and provide an understanding of in-country health supply chain management and its impact on the overall healthcare system in Africa. The meeting seeks to promote local participation in in-country supply chain management, discuss local problems and solutions, the outcomes of which will be useful to the region and international audience.
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Mar
28
  1.   28th Mar, 2018
In this webinar, the presenter will share the electronic immunization registry (EIR) implementation milestones in Kenya by providing an overview, the situation analysis process, limitations, achieveme...
In this webinar, the presenter will share the electronic immunization registry (EIR) implementation milestones in Kenya by providing an overview, the situation analysis process, limitations, achievements and lessons learned. The audience is expected to learn from the implementation approach that Kenya has used, its partnership program, as well as the customization and development process of the EIR.

This presentation should be of interest to Data Management Specialists, EPI Managers, Health Management Information System (HMIS) Specialists and other health care specialists committed to improving data collection, quality and use through electronic data management systems.
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Apr
23
  1.   Global initiatives
  2.    Public
  1.   23rd Apr, 2018 - 27th Apr, 2018
Dear Colleagues, ​Empower is organizing a 5-day ​​International Workshop on Strategic Leadership in Global Health and Development, in collaboration with Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Healt...
Dear Colleagues,

​Empower is organizing a 5-day ​​International Workshop on Strategic Leadership in Global Health and Development, in collaboration with Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA, scheduled from 23-27 April 2018 in Dubai, UAE. The workshop is facilitated by senior faculty from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and senior health/management experts.

The goal of the strategic leadership and management in healthcare is to assist participants in building continuously learning organizations, to meet the health needs of their respective countries and to provide a guiding shared vision to improve people's health.

​The participants will learn about the leaders tool-kit including:
- Best practices of leadership - leadership challenge and improving leadership effectiveness
- Characteristics and competencies of successful leaders
- Building a shared vision
- Leadership and emotional intelligence
- Women in a leadership role – challenges and strengths
- Leading for the future - managing in a changing global health environment

The training fee payable is USD 2500, which includes:
- 5-day face-to-face workshop in Dubai
- Joint Certification from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Empower School of Health
- Does not include: accommodation, airfare or other travel expenses

Please find attached the brochure for your reference. Link to Application Form: goo.gl/1ALjXC

​For more details please email us at [email protected]

We look forward to hearing from you.

Regards

Kavya RS
Training & Capacity Building Coordinator
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Aug
27
  1.   Global initiatives
  2.    Public
  1.   27th Aug, 2018 - 29th Aug, 2018
13th International Rotavirus Symposium
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  2.   Minsk, Belarus...
Jun
29
  1.   Service delivery
  2.    Public
  1.   29th Jun, 2018 - 30th Jun, 2018
Regional Immunization Technical Advisory Group (RITAG)
  1.   1
  2.   Kigali, Rwanda...
Jun
06
  1.   Global initiatives
  2.    Public
  1.   6th Jun, 2018 - 7th Jun, 2018
Global Advisory Committee on Vaccine Safety
  1.   1
  2.   Geneva, Switzer...
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