"Community Health" Community of Practice (CH CoP)
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"Community Health" Community of Practice (CH CoP)

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Started By: Bruno Meessen on 25 October. Last answered 23 days ago by Sanghita Bhattacharyya

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Started By: Rachael Tembo on 15 June. Last answered 5 months ago by Bruno Meessen

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The Community Health Community of Practice (CH CoP) builds on the Institutionalisation Community Health Conference co-hosted by USAID and UNICEF in Johannesburg in March 2017. Conceived as an ‘open space’ in terms of both contribution and access to knowledge, it aims at gathering practitioners, policy makers, researchers, program implementers and other experts actively involved in the technical or policy development of community health programs in low- and middle-income countries. It offers a network to share your country experience with other countries facing similar challenges; access to global knowledge on community health and its institutionalisation; opportunities for learning, exchanging and debating; constant information on new theoretical, operational or empirical developments in this domain of knowledge. The CoP is facilitated by an international team based in Africa, Asia and Europe. The CH CoP is supported by UNICEF in collaboration with USAID.
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