Health Cluster Coordination Course

April 16, 2020

Overview:
The WHO Health Cluster Coordination course provides a general introduction to the work of the Health Cluster, which aims to save lives and promote dignity in humanitarian and public health emergencies, and to strengthen the efficiency and accountability of all stakeholders in responding to humanitarian crises.

The course will consist of 17 modules.

Course duration:
The course will take approximately 9 hours to finish

Please note:
For participants who score 80% will receive a certificate. You will also receive a confirmation of participation on completing at least 80% of all of the course modules.

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