Public health


  • Strengthening hygiene and public health in Lomé

    Strengthening hygiene and public health in Lomé... This agreement reaffirms the need for the different territorial stakeholders to increase synergies in order to address public health challenges in Lomé... The agreement provides for the deployment in the field of a mobile team in charge of monitoring the services of companies responsible for public health in the city and prevention and control activities for Municipality residents
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  • An innovative partnership to meet new public health challenges in East Africa

    An innovative partnership to meet new public health challenges in East Africa... While infectious diseases continue to pose the heaviest burden on the health sector in Sub Saharan Africa, chronic diseases, such as cancer, cardiovascular diseases and diabetes are becoming a major challenge for public health
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  • Monkole and Ngaliema: Two referral hospitals in DRC

    The Democratic Republic of Congo is today facing the challenge of maternal and child health: the poorest women and children are still often marginalized from the hospital system, and public hospitals can barely meet healthcare demand... The DRC Ministry of Public Health wishes to reform its hospital policy, with support from AFD
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  • Health crosses borders

    This support for the regional projects of the French Departments in the Americas (FDAs) can be seen with France's financing of technical assistance at the headquarters of the Pan American Health Organization, as well as its involvement in the governance of the Caribbean Public Health Agency, and in the choice of the topic International Cooperation in the FDA Zone for the 2015 congress of the French West Indies / Guiana French Hospital Federation
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  • Future Institut Pasteur in Conakry: A center of expertise to tackle Ebola

    An international public health emergency according to the WHO... Creation of two expertise units at the National Public Health Institute... The Institut Pasteur is a private non- profit foundation that contributes to the prevention and treatment of disease, through research, education, and public health activities
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  • New tool to fight epidemics in Lao PDR

    At the time, this highlighted the lack of human, material and financial resources in terms of surveillance, the capacity to address current and emerging public health problems and research... It also aims to gradually develop a research activity related to regional public health issues, develop training for students and researchers and promote local and regional partnerships
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  • New tool to fight epidemics in Lao PDR

    At the time, this highlighted the lack of human, material and financial resources in terms of surveillance, the capacity to address current and emerging public health problems and research... It also aims to gradually develop a research activity related to regional public health issues, develop training for students and researchers and promote local and regional partnerships
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  • Press Releases

    Fédération hospitalière de France (FHF) was founded in 1924 and gathers over 1 000 public health establishments and as many medical-social institutions, i.e. almost all France's public sector establishments. These establishments join one of the 28 regional hospital federations in mainland France or in the French Overseas Provinces
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  • Promoting urban and periurban agriculture

    to contribute to the environment protection and public health through a sustainable agriculture production. to increase competencies and intervention capacities of public and private stakeholders of agriculture sector
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  • Events

    It also aims at challenging the methods used to evaluate health financing policies, and at questioning the use of research to improve public policies and donors ' strategies... Jacky Mathonnat (CERDI), Mead Over (CGD), J.-P. Olivier de Sardan (LASDEL), Valery Ridde (Université de Montréal), David Levine (University of California, Berkeley), Ian Ramage (DOMREI), Michael Clarke (CRDI), Hélène Giacobino (J-Pal), Ir Por (National Institute of Public Health, Cambodia), Saidou Ekoye (Niger's Ministry of Health), Bruno Galland and Allan Boutbien (CIDR), Marc Nabeth (Colombus consulting) and Pascale Le Roy (GRET) will participate to the conference
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