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  • strengthen
  • The Capacity Building Assistance (CBA) Provider Network , or the CPN, works to strengthen our nation's HIV prevention workforce, thereby reducing HIV infections and HIV-related morbidity, mortality, and health disparities across the United States and its territories. (cdc.gov)
  • We can do this for participants who are affiliated to existing research institutions and want to strengthen their research capacity, or for those who aspire to create something new. (esiweb.org)
  • The purpose of our Health Project is to strengthen the capacity of individuals, service providers, and organizations to mitigate the effects of HIV and AIDS through prevention of new infections and care for those living with or affected by HIV and AIDS. (peacecorps.gov)
  • Aims
  • The Building GIS Capacity for Chronic Disease Surveillance program aims to enhance the capacity of state and local health departments to incorporate GIS into their surveillance and prevention efforts for heart disease, stroke and other chronic diseases. (cdc.gov)
  • Along with improving knowledge and strengthening skills and abilities, one of the major aims of capacity building is to develop a common language and understanding. (csih.org)
  • content
  • As an integral part of the staff at your school, you will work alongside the guidance and counseling teacher to implement the Ministry of Basic Education's life skills curriculum, build the capacity of teachers to integrate life skills content into their lessons and co-teach life skills lessons. (peacecorps.gov)
  • regulatory
  • The International Technical and Regulatory Capacity Building (ITRCB) Center plays a significant role in support of the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service's mission to protect and promote U.S. agricultural health, regulate genetically engineered organisms, administer the Animal Welfare Act, and carry out wildlife damage management activities. (usda.gov)
  • In an increasingly globalized economy, the ITRCB Center specializes in program coordination including technical and regulatory capacity building efforts with U.S. and foreign government counterparts. (usda.gov)
  • Health
  • The Triangle Global Health Consortium recently partnered with The Medical Innovators Collaborative (MEDIC) to sponsor an innovation boot camp to build global health tools. (nih.gov)
  • Builds capacity of the HIV prevention clinical workforce to achieve success at each step of the HIV continuum of care by supporting implementation of evidence-based behavioral and bio-medical HIV prevention interventions and public health strategies in healthcare settings. (cdc.gov)
  • Now health workers are building their skills to identify and care for survivors. (jhpiego.org)
  • A trained workforce of health professionals is essential but, for many reasons, there is currently a lack of adequate capacity. (who.int)
  • Can this be applied in the field of public health capacity-building? (who.int)
  • Capacity building is central to the sustained development of any health system. (csih.org)
  • In all forms of learning, efforts are made to integrate examples of good practice and practical experience from both local and foreign health systems and experts into training activities. (csih.org)
  • Life skills education encompasses the development of positive identity, positive communication, decision-making, goal setting, leadership, and emotional health skills in youth, as well as HIV prevention and gender education. (peacecorps.gov)
  • implement
  • Toolkit intended for those government entities that have made the decision to implement accruals accounting, including potential sponsors of a project to make the transition to accruals accounting and all those charged with delivery of such a project. (ifac.org)
  • The mission of the Capacity Building Branch (CBB) is to improve the performance of the HIV prevention workforce by increasing the knowledge, skills, technology, and infrastructure to implement and sustain science-based, culturally appropriate HIV prevention interventions and strategies. (cdc.gov)
  • CBB funds and oversees a network of Capacity Building Assistance (CBA) providers that deliver services to build the capacity of the HIV prevention workforce to develop and implement effective HIV prevention strategies. (cdc.gov)
  • support
  • The APHIS Trade Support Staff (TST) is located at our USDA South Building, Washington, D.C. (usda.gov)
  • Regional and country adaptation of training packages and support for training providers and the training of trainers, supported by an international Capacity-Building Help Deskvi. (who.int)
  • program
  • The Information Assurance Capacity Building Program is conducted at Carnegie Mellon to improve the capacity of minority-serving institutions (MSIs) to offer high quality information assurance (IA) education. (cmu.edu)
  • trainers
  • The objectives of the Land Cover TCBF training module are to provide trainers with knowledge on how to make best use the TIGER training toolkit for land cover mapping for water management. (wrc.org.za)
  • volunteers
  • The prevalence of English makes language learning a challenge, thus trainees and Volunteers must actively pursue their language learning for success. (peacecorps.gov)
  • provide
  • To help departments and faculty deal with this capacity crunch, this scaling capacity resource is intended to provide a platform for sharing technological and pedagogical interventions for addressing capacity challenges. (cra.org)
  • education
  • The CRA Education Committee has added a new resource, "Teaching Computer Science: Capacity Building and Scaling," to its website. (cra.org)
  • The Institute for Academic Access (IAA) at the University of Kansas and the National Center on Secondary Education and Transition (NCSET), University of Minnesota present a Capacity Building Institute on. (ncset.org)
  • Education 3.0 is considered to be the extension to this, where open-access materials are created and adapted by various collaborating groups and individuals including the students. (who.int)
  • Building on these needs and inspirations, we have proposed an educational initiative based on the open education resources available on the Internet. (who.int)
  • needs
  • AFC works directly with agencies to address their specific capacity-building needs. (aidschicago.org)
  • Seeing to administrative needs, such as becoming incorporated, writing bylaws, and developing a budget are vital to starting an organization and will set in motion the ripple effect for building a solid foundation. (thewatershed.org)
  • Training
  • Rhino monitoring in IPZs is a priority, which led to the employment (funded externally) and training of 36 rhino monitors over a three-year period, to augment PWMA capacity. (savetherhino.org)
  • Ethiopia is building a new generation of midwives through a novel training approach that focuses on delivering competent, confident and respectful care to mothers and newborns. (jhpiego.org)
  • The four core methods used by CSIH for building capacity are: training, action-based learning, train-the-trainer, and mentoring. (csih.org)
  • Capacity for training. (who.int)
  • communities
  • These six topical networks are connecting research communities across the Nordic region to build critical mass in specialised fields and areas. (nordforsk.org)
  • international
  • This capacity-building initiative was organized by WHO and the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) and was a follow-up to a previous study tour to the United Kingdom. (who.int)
  • meet
  • APHIS makes sure that all imported agricultural products shipped to the United States from abroad meet the Agency's entry requirements to exclude pests and diseases of agriculture. (usda.gov)
  • The idea behind ESI capacity building is not long-distance advice or isolated seminars and workshops, but hands-on involvement in a joint research endeavour to meet a shared, ambitious objective. (esiweb.org)
  • field
  • The level of national expertise in this field varies widely, making a joint network an excellent platform for knowledge transfer. (nordforsk.org)