World Vision International

Global Health Community of Practice Webinars

World Vision's Global Health, Nutrition and HIV Community of Practice is a group of people, who share a common interest - Healthy Children For A Healthy World!  The World Vision Global Health CoP Began in 2008 and has over 2500 members from across the globe.  

Join us!  Learn with us!  As a member of the World Vision Global Health, Nutrition and HIV Community of Practice, you will have access to new resources and tools from World Vision's health programming, webinar invitations to speak with Champions for Child Health across the globe, and an avenue to share what YOU are doing in the field of Global Health.

When: 22 August 2017, 13:00 GMT
Register: https://goo.gl/forms/kaBWuIkcvoo1E6XS2

This Global Health Community webinar (a collaboration between World Vision Ireland, WV Uganda and WV Tanzania) will present a research study conducted in Uganda and Tanzania, through the Access - Infant and Maternal Health (AIM Health) Programme, to best understand: “How do Community Committees contribute to community capacity building for maternal and child health”? The Research Fellow, Brynne Gilmore (Centre for Global Health, Trinity College, Dublin) will present a brief overview of the Realist Evaluation methodology that guided this study, followed by a more detailed discussion of the findings in each context and the implications for future implementation of the Community Committees (COMM) model. AIM Health project managers will contribute their reflections on the practical implications of the findings and how these will inform future programming in the AIM Health Plus Programme.  

Register: https://goo.gl/forms/kaBWuIkcvoo1E6XS2

Next Webinars:

  • 29 August - Exploring Fidelity and Contextualisation of the Timed and Targeted Counselling Model as part of DFID Programme Partnership Arrangement Grant.
  • 6 September - It Takes HEALTH To End Violence Against Children
  • 27 September - Ending Child Marriage

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If you have questions about the Global Health CoP, please direct them to Sarah Crass, Knowledge Management Advisor for Sustaianble Health.  sarah_crass@wvi.org

Links to Previous Webex Sessions:


ENRICH - The Enhancing Nutrition Services to Improve Maternal and Child Health in Africa and Asia 

Mother-Led MUAC Porgrammes in Niger and Mauritania

Lessons Learned Reflection on Sierra Leone's 1-Year Ebola-Free Anniversary

Health and Nutrition in Emergencies Framework

Implementation Quality Assurance - IQA Checklists


HIV and Adolescents - a World AIDS Day Discussion


Access - Infant and Maternal Health Programme Evaluation

MOMENT: Mobilizing for Maternal and Neonatal Health Through Birth Spacing and Advocacy

Global Handwashing Day: How the science of habit can enhance behaviour change efforts

Child Health and Nutrition Impact Study: Anatomy of an Endline Evaluation Webinar Recording

Go Baby Go - Early Childhood Development for Ages 0-3 in Haiti and Armenia

Beneficiary Feedback Mechanisms - Listening and Responding To Those Who Matter Most

17 Cases and Counting: CORE Group Polio Project Secretariat Model and India Implementation

BabyWASH Programmes and Coalition

Supporting Community Committees - Progress Report and Training Guides

Trailblazing Leadership in CHW Programme Scale-Up

Zika Virus Response - Latin America and the Caribbean Region

Spiritual Themes and Challenges in Global Health (9 March 2016)

Expanding global impact through Community Health Workers: progress and challenges in counting CHWs

World Vision's Adolescent Health Programming Landscape



Infant Young Child Feeding in Emergencies Webinar

Sports4Development:  Kicking Your Way to Success!

Ebola Response in Sierra Leone:  WV Experience

 Growth Monitoring and Feeding Considerations in Children With Disabilities

  

Global Engage: TB Strategy

Pediatric HIV:  The New Frontier

Working With Faith Communities For Social Change/ Community Systems Strengthening- Does it Work? What are the Key Learnings? How Do You Measure It?

Opportunities For Integrating Health, Nutrition, and Psychosocial Care