People's-uni

@Peoplesuni

To contribute to improvements of the health of populations in low- and middle-income countries by building Public Health capacity via e-learning.

Joined August 2011

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    Jul 16

    September semester 2018b course application is currently open !!! Enroll today and start working your way towards earning an accredited MPH from EUCLID-Euclid university(). Application deadline is August 5th 2018. … Apply now !!!

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  2. Jul 4

    Gain accredited MPH through by study at - new partnership announced.

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  3. Jul 4

    New partnership - Peoples-uni and EUCLID – Euclid University (). Each graduate of the Peoples-uni Masters level course is eligible to obtain the EUCLID MPH, and to enroll in the online EUCLID PhD in International Health.

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  4. Apr 26

    3000+ user mark met for Peoples-uni Open Online Courses

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    There is no cure for , but it can be easily prevented thanks to two safe, effective vaccines. Let’s ensure that all children are protected! to !

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    Apr 7

    Happy ! Vaccines are the building blocks to better healthcare, for everyone, everywhere! Immunisation programmes put in place the people 👩‍⚕️, facilities 🏥 & transport 🚑 to support wider health services. – and can kickstart 💉🙌

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    Apr 7

    Universal health coverage (UHC) means ensuring that everyone, everywhere can access quality health services without experiencing financial hardship. On , WHO/Europe calls on leaders to move towards .

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    Apr 5

    & address the media after the breakfast meeting. Tomorrow 7 April 2018, we join and support to commemorate in Luweero District

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    Apr 6

    For World Health Day 2018, WHO calls on world leaders to take concrete steps to move towards universal health coverage 🌍 

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    Apr 5
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    Great opportunity to engage with of . Now is the time to get your questions answered! Ask away...

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  12. Feb 1

    Peoples-uni is currently open for applications for the March 2018 semester of its online Public Health Masters-level modules and program. Please, apply by 11 February.

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    Jan 31

    : GBV Coordinator, International Medical Corps, Kano, deadline 7th February. Details here:

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    happens when bacteria change and become resistant to the antibiotics used to treat them. This can make diseases caused by these bacteria harder to treat.

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    Jan 28

    Health workers & hospitals observing strict Infection, Prevention and Control (IPC) Protocols is imperative in saving lives of patients as well as health workers'. Technology can help improve IPC. Join us on May 18-20, 2018 at the Infectious Diseases Hackathon.

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    Jan 28

    South Sudan, facing humanitarian crisis, waives some fees for aid groups

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    Jan 29

    The double-down on malaria, with new funding for a DNA vaccine 💉 while pre-qualify a new rotavirus vaccine from India 🇮🇳, offering access for ~100 countries. Want to know more? It's all in your weekly round up

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    Jan 28

    Don't miss this webinar: What research is needed to advance accountability for health - an interactive session on prioritizing health policy and systems research for the era. Register NOW!

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    Jan 29

    Start the week by checking out our Alliance (THENA) website for insights into our work decentralising NCD care for rural patients...With impact, stories and resources there is plenty to explore:

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    Jan 27

    is a vaccine-preventable acute viral haemorrhagic disease transmitted by infected mosquitoes. With a single dose of , an individual is protected for life against the disease. Learn More-

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