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EPOS’ Year-end Charity Donation

12/19/2019

Three organisations have been selected for our annual year-end charity donation. A total donation amount of €1,330 was generated jointly by staff during our recent company holiday gathering and by matching funds from EPOS. We sincerely thank all staff for their generosity in supporting our traditional year-end charity giving and honor EPOS management for their continued...

2019 Year End

12/13/2019

This past year 2019 was a successful year for EPOS, enabling us to make significant contributions to tackle some of the most critical health issues in developing countries. Our work has been successful due to strong partnerships among our network of highly qualified international and local health experts and through solid collaboration with development agencies, governments...

Franziska Denz joins EPOS as Nutrition Security and Social Protection consultant

10/07/2019

Ms. Franziska Denz, Consultant in Nutrition Security, Social Protection and Evaluation, recently joined EPOS Health Management. She holds a master’s degree in Poverty and Development from the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) at the University of Sussex (United Kingdom). Her expertise focuses on Poverty Eradication, including Social Protection and Leave No One Behind (...

Inauguration of Tajikistan’s First Perinatal Center in Kulyab

09/17/2019

Tajikistan’s first perinatal center in Kulyab was inaugurated by President Emomali Rahmon on 11 September 2019.

The hospital is the first of six hospitals that are being planned, constructed and equipped in the context of the Mother and Child, Emergency Care Project II-IV in Khatlon...

Delia Oros joined EPOS as Gender expert

08/27/2019

Ms. Delia Oros-Schroeber, Consultant in Gender and Health Policy, recently joined EPOS Health Management. She holds a master’s degree in Gender and Development from Paris Diderot University and her expertise focus on human rights, intercultural topics, migration, and health policy.  Along her academic career, her primary focus was the identification of key barriers to...

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