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Health Policy and Financing (HP&F)

Start date: 15-05-2017

Location: Amsterdam

Duration: 2 weeks

An in-depth look at important issues and current debates in health policy, health economics and health financing, taking into account the diverse profit and not for profit systems.

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Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights including HIV and AIDS (SRHR HIVAIDS)

Start date: 12-03-2018

Location: Amsterdam

Duration: 3 weeks

Reproductive health services are no longer limited to population control and safe motherhood. The women’s movement has drawn attention to the implications of human rights for women’s health, which goes beyond their reproductive capacity and includes a gendered approach to issues such as HIV/AIDS and sexually-transmitted infections (STIs)…

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Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights: organising effective responses (SRHResp)

Start date: 14-05-2018

Location: Amsterdam

Duration: 3 weeks

In this course, participants examine how to improve access to equitable, quality sexual and Reproductive Health/ HIV and AIDS services with a focus on rights, while improving integration of services as well as voice and participation.

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SRHR: Policy, Governance and Financing (SRHR POL)

Start date: 16-04-2018

Location: Amsterdam

Duration: 3 weeks

In this course participants become acquainted with the policy instruments, governance mechanisms and financial structures related to HIV and AIDS. Participants analyse political and institutional structures and their implications for planning and managing responses.

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Control Strategies for Communicable and Non-communicable Diseases (CCND)

Start date: 10-04-2017

Location: Amsterdam

Duration: 3 weeks

Disease control refers to a broad package of strategies for controlling diseases, from primary prevention, health promotion, and health legislation to screening for early detection, treatment and rehabilitation. This course is designed to help disease control officers retain the strength of their programmes while moving towards more integrated and sector-wide approaches.

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