capacity building

The view from São Paulo

Nov
06

I find myself in São Paulo because I was asked to participate in the Second Annual Seminar on "Dialogue Among Judges", hosted by the Mackenzie Presbyterian University, one of this capital city's very best private universities.

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One Health to Address Human, Animal and Ecosystems Health in Central and Eastern Africa

“One Health to Address Human, Animal and Ecosystems Health in Central and Eastern Africa” in partnership with the One Health for Central and Eastern Africa (OHCEA) Secretariat located at Makerere University will expand leadership capacity development, human resources development and targeted research and community engagement activities in applied research related to One Health issues across several countries in the region through the OHCEA Secretariat. The major activities of this partnership include the management and award of competitive research grants for graduate, undergraduate and faculty at OHCEA member institutions; curriculum development; tailored short term training; and leadership capacity development all with an emphasis on women empowerment.

Start Date: 
2013
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Graduate student, Kayemba Mvula receives prestigious fellowship to strengthen access to justice in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)

Mar
20
Kayemba Mvula

First-year, international development graduate student, Kayemba Mvula will be spending his summer in Kinshasa, DRC as a Tetra Tech DPK (Tt DPK) Global Law and Development Fellow working on their Rule of Law Institutional Strengthening (ROLIS) Project funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) ProJustice initiative.

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Improving Public Health Capacity through Integrated Training of Health Professionals in the Republic of Rwanda under PEPFAR  

The project goals are to:

1. strengthen capacity of Rwanda institutions in the health sciences sector responsible for developing Rwanda’s health workforce; and

Start Date: 
2008

Information and Communications Technology (ICT) at Gulu University, Uganda

Based on their extensive experience developing technology transfer programs in low income countries, the Payson Center for International Development of Tulane University will initiate Information and Communications Technology (ICT) development in northern Uganda through 4 Components over the next 3 years:

Start Date: 
2007
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