Training Opportunities

Interested in acquiring skills relevant to a NCD work? Search here for a listing of available academic programs as wells as upcoming workshops, seminars and short-courses on NCDs.

    NextGen Leaders Workshop

    Date Posted: 22/03/2017
    Application Deadline: 03/04/2017
    Posted By: Deman Mohamud

    This workshop will bring together a diverse group of 45 young advocates from across Eastern Africa to learn from experienced advocates, researchers and policy experts.  We will also work together, across countries and disciplines, to develop national and regional strategies toward mobilizing efforts to hold our governments accountable to the global commitments they made at the United Nations in 2011 and through the Sustainable Development Goals. 

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    Diploma in Community Health Course

    Date Posted: 13/03/2014
    Application Deadline: 01/04/2014
    Posted By: Guest 79

    The Diploma in Community Health (DCH) course was started in 1987 in conjunction with McMaster University and is currently accredited to Moi University in Kenya. It aims to improve the knowledge, skills and attitudes of mid-level health workers and health-related personnel to enhance their competencies, and to address the health needs of underserved communities. Since inception, 560 health workers from 35 African countries have taken the course.

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    BSc. in Community Health

    Date Posted: 13/03/2014
    Application Deadline: 01/04/2014
    Posted By: Guest 79

    This course is designed to offer relevant, practical skills and competencies that enable graduates to plan and manage health and development programmes.  Students will be exposed to a wealth of practical experience drawn from hundreds of programmes run by AMREF in Africa. 

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    Short course: Sickle Cell Disease, Genomics, Bioethics, and Qualitative Research, 24 February to 2 March 2014

    Date Posted: 01/02/2014
    Application Deadline: 28/02/2014
    Posted By: Administrator

    H3Africa provides an unprecedented opportunity to study genetic and genomic technologies into research, diagnosis, intervention, and treatment for sickle cell disease (SCD) in Africa. 
     
    A major objective at the initial phase of H3Africa project is to advance our understanding of the perspectives of research scientists, health professionals, patients with SCD and their families and community populations within our collaborative network concerning bo

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