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Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) skills are fundamental to the process of increasing awareness on natural hazards and disaster risk reduction to key stakeholders with knowledge on disaster management to empower the actors to support their organizations in developing disaster resilient programs and projects.
Value chains are a key framework for understanding how products move from the producers to the customers. The value chain perspective provides an important means to understand the business to business relationships, mechanisms for increasing efficiency, and ways to enable businesses to increase productivity and add value.
This short course provides trainees with knowledge on the management action, which must address the implementation and maintenance of processes, procedures and other issues such as organizational culture. These processes and issues include the identification of information security needs and the implementation of strategies to meet those needs. International standards and guidelines, such as those from the OECD, ISO, ACM and IEEE, are discussed in the course.
The Nederlandse tropen cursus (NTC) or Netherlands Course in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene provides essential preparation for health professionals such as medical doctors, nurses and midwives planning to work in low and middle income countries.
The NTC can be taken as a stand-alone course or as part of the Master in International Health (MIH). In the Netherlands, the NTC forms part of a post-graduate training program for physicians leading to a diploma in tropical medicine. For more information, go to: www.nvtg.org.
Master in International Health The Masters in International Health (MIH) aims to develop the capacity of health professionals to work at the interface of international organizations and national health systems. Because you can design your own program, the MIH prepares you optimally for your desired field of work – whether that be child health, HIV and AIDS, maternal health, disaster settings, research, health policy, human resources or another area. The program can be completed within 1 to 5 years, depending on your availability.
Health systems in countries all over the world face enormous challenges to meet the growing needs of citizens. In response, reforms are being implemented and tools have been developed to analyse and monitor health systems performance, using criteria of effectiveness, efficiency, equity and sustainability. Implementing these reforms and evaluating their impact are challenging the institutional capacity of ministries of health and donor agencies.
The course ‘Using GIS in disease control programmes’ jointly organized by KIT and the International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC) Enschede, combines expertise in geographic information systems and its application in disease control.
What are the key issues in the good governance of HIV responses? How can one negotiate the complex political and financial terrain when planning these responses? How can a manager retain national agency and local priorities while negotiating with international actors and global responses?
This module takes an in-depth look at important issues and current debates in health policy, health economics and health financing, such as decentralization, the public-private mix, international finance of health goods, aid effectiveness, TRIPS, community participation, health insurance and governance of health systems. The influence that certain actors, such as the international donor community and consumer groups, have on the health policy agenda is explored, and recent influential reports concerning health policy are discussed.
Upcoming NFP scholarship deadline: 21 July 2015
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This course focuses on qualitative health systems research. Participants gain experience in each step of the qualitative research process and learn ways to enhance the utilisation of research results.
This course is tropEd accredited and can be followed as a stand-alone course or as part of the Master in International Health or the Master in Public Health programmes.
This 10 day residential training programme for health professionals is focused on the analysis of health systems of countries affected by, or recovering from, protracted crises. It is organised jointly with the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Save the Children and the World Health Organisation (WHO).
The course seeks to examine how gendered identities are formed and re-shaped as a result of the development process – and responsive approaches in a variety of historical and cultural contexts. It will equally explore how gender and development relate to other categories of social identity and difference, such as race, ethnicity, economic and social standing, urban or rural life, etc.
Over the past decade, project management has taken a central role in civil society work and can be considered today as a tool for social change, a cornerstone to community development and to build and/or strengthen civil society organisations. As a consequence, gender mainstreaming strategies in development and management of projects has become a necessary skill for civil society organisations, development actors and project managers in other to achieve gender equality.
Asset Africa Institute (www.assetsafrica.org)isis) a premier development training brand in Africa which endeavors to build and enhance the skills development needs of public benefit organizations to produce better, more skilled organization staff , with increased ability to manage projects with greater confidence, effectively monitor projects to improve results and quality while instituting strong, well focused and highly motivated project teams.
We’re currently taking bookings for a two-day videography course at the Aga Khan University Graduate School of Media and Communications in Nairobi. Our course will teach participants how to tell impactful stories using video.
Participants will learn the steps to make high-quality video by themselves, using the equipment they have available.