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World Health Summit: EPOS staff participated in the science, innovation and policies discussions during the recent three-day World Health Summit held in Berlin, Germany. Full info: http://epos.de/news/current-news/world-health-summit-participation
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Pakistan: A training workshop on blood donor management practices was recently held at the Regional Blood Centre (RBC) in Peshawar in the context of the KfW-funded and EPOS implemented ‘Safe Blood Transfusion Project (SBTP)’.
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Bangladesh: The mentor and preceptorship midwifery programme developed in the context of the GIZ-funded and EPOS-implemented project “ABDC - Addressing Bangladesh’s Demographic Challenges”, is revolutionizing the midwifery education system in Bangladesh.

This programme is enhancing the clinical skills of midwife students with hands-on experience, making them competent and confident individuals capable of independent practice for maternal and child healthcare. A group of nurse-midwives from the hospital and faculty from the nursing college act as Preceptors who teach and supervise the students during their work placement.
View video: https://youtu.be/-U2-FIyvvsw
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Bangladesh: The midwifery mentor and preceptorship programme in Rajshahi and Sylhet, developed in the context of the GIZ-funded and EPOS-implemented project “ABDC - Addressing Bangladesh’s Demographic Challenges”, is revolutionizing the midwifery education system in Bangladesh. Overview video.
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EPOS Health Management team members blend remote and in-person technical backstopping support to implement projects across 19 countries. More than 200 project missions took place outside Germany in 2016 and 40 health experts travelled to EPOS headquarter offices in Bad Homburg, Germany, for trainings and financial donor briefings throughout the year. Full overview:
http://www.epos.de/news/current-news/epos-technical-missions-overview-2016
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Vietnam: The EU-funded European Union Health Facility project is supporting training of ethnic birth attendants to significantly improve mother and child health in disadvantaged areas across ten of the poorest provinces in Vietnam. See how this training is positively impacting healthcare professionals and individuals. https://vimeo.com/229372437/54c7fce3ab
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Vietnam: The EU Health Facility has provided substantial technical assistance to the Ministry of Health in provider payment methods and related areas of health financing, with a particular focus on capitation, starting with the draft circular on capitation posted in the MoH website in December 2015. Relevant outputs of the technical work of the EU Health Facility are now available on EU-HF official website. http://euhf.vn/activities/on-going-activities/heath-financing/
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We're looking for a Vaccines and Biologics Expert to support the formulation of specific guidelines and evaluation forms for the registration of blood and blood products for a project in the Philippines. Full info:
http://www.epos.de/jobs/job-opportunities/vaccines-and-biologics-expert
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Our German-Afghan representative Khalid Dayani is also a talented artist, creating art installations with a social message. His latest work, "The Golden Wall of Kabul", is a 34m long x 8m high wall made of 1,451 blocks of crushed cans and scrap metal collected from war-torn zones. It is intended to be a cultural and artistic bridge between Kabul, a 1,451 year-old city which has been destroyed and rebuilt many times, and other cities of the world. The "Golden Wall of Kabul" will shine for 1,451 hours in Tapa –i Wazir M. Akbar Khan, Kabul, Afghanistan.
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