ObjectivesThe IPHU short courses are to enable younger health activists to make new connections, share experiences and study together. They aim at strengthening the growing activism of the People's Health Movement.
Who is the course planned for?
- Young health activists and practitioners working on the issues of health, gender and human rights and particularly including those involved or wish to be involved in the People's Health Movement (PHM).
- Applicants should have a university degree or equivalent.
- Priority, with respect to enrolment, will be given to
- Younger people motivated to get involved in PHM and have endorsed the People's Charter for Health;
- Primary health care and public health practitioners;
- People with a track record as health activists within the PHM, in particular, people who have been actively involved in organizations which are part of the PHM.
- A total of 50 participants is expected.
- The enrolment policy aims to achieve:
- geographical mix
- gender balance
- diversity of involvements: community based organizations, health care agencies, NGOs, universities, government officials, etc; and
- diversity of skills, records of activism, interests, experience, and educational backgrounds
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Posted By Blogger to youth development in Nigeria at 12/06/2010 08:00:00 AM