Scaling Up Nutrition in Fragile Health and Community Systems – A learning seminar

November 21, 2012

10thDecember 2012, 9-5pm, Ballsbridge Hotel, Pembroke Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4.

The seminar will focus on evidence-informed and ‘promising’ strategies for community and health system strengthening, particularly in disaster-prone contexts, where emergencies may regularly overwhelm local capacity.  Through the course of the seminar, we wish to explore how the capacity of communities and fragile health systems can best be developed and, where needed, efficiently bolstered during periods of stress or shock while ensuring ownership and accountability remain with local actors.

Advance booking required. Please contact Kai Matturi, E: kai.matturi@concern.net, T: 01 417 8079, by 3rdDecember to reserve your place.

You can download the flyer or the agenda here

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