Integrated Health workshops have been held in Kenya and Ghana for over 40 key participants from the Ministry of Health, project officers and implementing partners. The workshop was aimed at training trainers to help translate SBCC skills to community level workers with topics covering three broad areas; adult learning, understanding behavior and how to apply communication tools for behavior change.Read More...
With a desire to have a profound impact on global challenges, Tara and Louis Rossi began researching locally-based NGOs. Their research led the couple to NetsforLife®, Episcopal Relief & Development’s program partnership working to prevent malaria in sub-Saharan Africa. The goal for Green Hills students is to design and build a new kind of clip or net harness, making long-lasting insecticide-treated nets (LLIN) more convenient to use.Read More...
Frequently Asked Questions Focus - Which Millennium Development Goals is NetsforLife® addressing?
In keeping with the goal of holistic development programming, NetsforLife® addresses several MDGs.
MDG #4 – Reduction in Child Mortality, MDG #5 – Maternal Health,MDG # 6 - Combat HIV/AIDs, Malaria, and other diseases, and MDG #8 – Developing Global Partnerships for Development.Read More…
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