Monday, May 14, 2007

FAHAMU - Network For Social Justice

FAHAMU has produced and made available online several tools that are useful to NGO in developing nations. Below you can find just one example.

Healthcare training and internet connectivity in Sub-Saharan Africa Firoze Manji, Roger Drew and Mike Jensen - 3.8mb

This desk top analysis was commissioned by the E-learning Certification Programme in Global Health, University of Oxford. This programme is developing an internet-based, interactive education and training course for health professionals in Africa. A pilot module in malaria is being developed with support from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The report contains an extensive review of health care training and internet connectivity in each of the Anglophone sub-Saharan Africa countries, and also provides an extensive review of internet connectivity in the region. The report includes a more detailed review of the situation in Tanzania.
For further information about this new initiative from Oxford University please contact either: Dr. Stephen Allen, Course Director, Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine; or Dr. Sarah Davies, Project Manager, Technology-Assisted Lifelong Learning or visit the web site.

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