The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), in partnership with the Inter-American Center for Social Security Studies (CIESS) and the Latin American Academy of Medicine for Older Adults (ALMA), is now enrolling students for the English Specialization in Health Management for Older Adults that will begin this May, 2013. The Specialization is an online course aimed at current professionals interested in managing health programs and services for older adults. The introductory module will be taught in-person, while the remaining six modules will be conducted virtually through the MOODLE platform of PAHO’s Virtual Campus in Public Health.
ENROLL NOW! The registration deadline for the 8Th Edition of the English Specialization is April 19, 2013. Visit www.ciess.org.mx to download an enrollment application and apply today! Questions? Refer to the informational documents below or e-mail email@example.com.
According to the World Bank Institute:
“The Art of Knowledge Exchange Primer is for government officials and development practitioners who are involved in such knowledge exchanges. Identifying the right partners, planning for the exchange, making it happen and sharing the lessons can all be a major undertaking. This Primer takes the guesswork out of the process, by breaking the complexity of knowledge sharing lifecycle into simple steps and summarizing good practices…”
Published January 2013. Full publication available from World Bank Institue website: http://wbi.worldbank.org/sske/sske/stories/new-country-officials-guide-available
Link to the publication is also available in the Cooperation among Countries for Health Development document library, under knowledge exchange publications: http://www.paho.org/sscoop/?page_id=1909
From World Bank Institute website:
All submissions should be completed by Monday, March 18th, 2013
We are currently producing the 2nd edition of the Art of Knowledge Exchange Planning Guide Book – a practical guide for Knowledge Exchange Practitioners. In this new edition we want to showcase practitioners’perspectives from around the world: what worked, what didn’t, and what you would have done differently.
Who can particiapte?
participate if you have…
- Connected development practitioners to new information and opportunities within countries, across countries, and regions
- Encouraged innovation and sharing of practical experience
- Inspired collaboration between development actors
- Facilitated new methods for capacity development
- Catalyzed the way other practitioners do development
If you are a development practitioner, work for an international organization, philanthropic organization, non-governmental organization, educational institution or a private sector foundation/institution, you may apply.
What is in it for you?
A number of these good practices will be profiled (in part or fully) in the new edition of the World Bank’s Art of Knowledge Exchange Planning Guide Book. The stories will also become part of an internal library of knowledge exchange. All selected participants will receive copies of the new edition of the Art of Knowledge Exchange. …”
For more info and link to application site, visit: http://wbi.worldbank.org/sske/artofke-call-for-good-practices
Claudia Aguilar Garza, Directora General de Cooperación para el Desarrollo del Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores de El Salvador, ha reportado en el sitio de South-South Opportunity:
“Con la cooperación triangular en auge, muchos gobiernos de América Latina y el Caribe están revisando los criterios y elementos clave para gestionar esta modalidad innovadora. Debatiendo experiencias nacionales y revisando propuestas de acción concretas, 21 profesionales de autoridades de cooperación de 15 países se encontraron el 4-6 de diciembre de 2012 en San Salvador para debatir los avances y retos para la gestión de la cooperación triangular en Iberoamérica. El taller fue una actividad enmarcada en el Programa Iberoamericano para el Fortalecimiento de la Cooperación Sur-Sur, en coordinación con el Viceministerio de Cooperación para el Desarrollo del Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores de El Salvador …”
Para ver la agenda de la reunion y sus resultados, pueden leer más en: http://www.southsouth.info/profiles/blogs/gestionando-la-cooperacion-triangular-en-iberoamerica
Más información: http://www.rree.gob.sv/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=2555%3Acanciller%C3%ADa-realiza-taller-sobre-avances-y-retos-de-la-cooperaci%C3%B3n-triangular-en-iberoam%C3%A9rica
According to Abayomi Azikiwe, reporting for the Pan-African News Wire for Global Research on March 04, 2013:
“From February 20-23, the Third Africa-South America Summit (ASA) was held in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea. The event was a follow-up meeting to two others held in Nigeria in 2006 and Venezuela in 2009.
This event enjoyed the participation of 63 governments from both continents including twenty heads-of-state from Africa and five from South America. The summit was held under the theme: ‘Strategies and Mechanism to Promote South-South Cooperation.’
The summit adopted the Malabo Declaration containing a number of resolutions aimed at enhancing cooperation between the two continents. The deliberations also resulted in the establishment of a presidential committee which will be the decision-making organ between the gatherings that are held every three years. ..”
Complete article is available here: http://www.globalresearch.ca/africa-and-latin-america-building-unity-and-solidarity-against-western-intervention/5325210
Additional article, “ASA Summit Promotes South-South Ties, Regional Integration” from the Correo del Orinoco International available here: http://venezuelanalysis.com/news/7975