past workshop attendee gives account of training with MEASURE Evaluation
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In 2008, Tilder committed to provide 00000 to “African Artists for Development” (AAD), an organization that encourages economic development, education and health in Sub-Saharan Africa through the support of local artists. More specifically, Tilder gave 00000 to: HIV counseling and testing services; sanitation, water treatment and basic preventive health education in Nigeria; efforts for members of local populations to become health information providers; medical treatments and care in Bukavu; strengthen the links between health facilities in Abuja. AAD also planned to field a mission in Cameroon, launch a website, and exhibit African artists at ArtParis.
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June 11, 2010 — VIGH Grand Rounds Lecture: The Provision of Reproductive Health Services within a Fragile Health System: The Experience of Pathfinder International, Nigeria Murtala Mai, MBBS, MBA, MPH Country Representative for Nigeria and Ghana, Pathfinder International Board Member, Governing Council of the National Primary Health Care Development Agency, Nigeria Dr. Mai is a public health physician and health project management specialist with more than a decade of experience designing, implementing, and managing large complex programs in various sub-sectors including family planning, reproductive health, HIV/AIDS, and other infectious diseases. Appointed by the President of Nigeria to serve a 4-year term as a board member of the Governing Council of the National Primary Health Care Development Agency, Dr. Mai provides support to the government of Nigeria on health policy and planning, management, and implementation of primary health care programs. Dr. Mai has a Medical degree from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, a master’s degree in public health from the University of Maastritcht, Netherlands, and a master’s in business administration with a focus on international health management from the Frankfurt School of Business and Management. He is a member of the Community Health Physician Association of Nigeria, the American Public Health Association, the International Union for Scientific Study of Population and the Nigerian Institute of Management.
publichealth.huji.ac.il Twenty Pears Scholars from Africa, alumni of the Hebrew University-Hadassah Braun School of Public Health and Community Medicine International MPH program presented their work at the symposium and attended a nine-day Alumni workshop of seminars and lectures sponsored by the Pears Foundation of the United Kingdom. Participants include a water and sanitation capacity building manager with the Kenya Red Cross Society, the head of monitoring and evaluation of the National Malaria Control Program for the Ministry of Health in Nigeria, the regional head of the Expanded Program on Immunization in Cameroon, a training advisor for Engender Health reproductive health organization in Ethiopia, a advisor to the WHO Africa Regional office in the Congo, and others working to combat HIV and AIDS, Malaria and TB in Cameroon, Nigeria, Kenya, Ethiopia and Uganda.
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