In this tutorial, you will learn about the structure and features of the Cholera toolkit. You will also get acquainted with the important aspects of the toolkit that make it user friendly.
The UNICEF Cholera Toolkit provides one place where you can find access to resources and tools ready to use for preventing, preparing for and responding to cholera outbreaks.
At the end of this tutorial, you will be able to:
- Describe the structure and features of the toolkit.
- Recognize the important aspects of the toolkit that make it user friendly.
The primary target audience is UNICEF staff at all levels and across all divisions and sections in the UNICEF Country, Regional, and HQ Offices.
It should take you about 20-30 minutes to complete the tutorial.
This short tutorial includes various examples and activities. You will observe how the toolkit provides the guidance and tools you need for real life situations, and how it presents an integrated approach to help with cholera related issues.
Through an example, you will observe how the toolkit provides guidance and tools needed for real life situations, and how it presents and integrated approach to help with cholera related issues. You will first understand how the tools and resources are organized and presented in the toolkit, so you’ll know what’s there when you need to prevent, prepare for, and respond to Cholera. Furthermore, you will explore how the toolkit supplies you with guidance and tools to establish a comprehensive plan.
Heather Papowitz, Senior Advisor- Health-Emergencies: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kate Alberti, Senior Programme Specialist – Cholera: email@example.com;
How to register
This course is free and open to all on Agora, UNICEF's global hub for learning and development at:
New to Agora? Agora is UNICEF’s Global Hub for Learning and Development. Agora already offers direct access to a great diversity of self-learning opportunities in a searchable catalogue, as well as services such as learning plans, personal records of learning or electronic badges and certificates. Many more activities will be added over the coming months, including local and regional initiatives.
All UNICEF staff (incl. consultants and interns) have a profile on Agora, linked to their organizational account. New users are encouraged to check the Agora Quick Start Guide to learn about basic features of the portal.
Come in to find out more at https://agora.unicef.org