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An eventful year 2018 is coming to an end for EPOS, and an exciting 2019 is just around the corner. We have made significant contributions to addressing some of the most critical health issues in developing countries.

Highlights of 2018

Achieving Universal Health Coverage (UHC) is one of the most pressing global issues. We are pleased to be...

Drug abuse in the Philippines: EPOS supports new care model for treatment clinics


More than 1.3 million people in the Philippines are registered as drug users.  So far, detention and deterrence have been the primary intervention. Relapse is seen as a criminal offence and can lead to imprisonment of 6-12 years. Under the EU Philippine Health Sector Reform (EU-PHSRC) program, EPOS Health Management assisted in the conceptualization and piloting of a...

A major step in blood safety - inauguration of the Jamshoro Regional Blood Centre


On May 13, 2018, the Secretary Health Sindh Dr. Fazlullah Pechuho and Mr. Wolfgang Moellers, Director KfW, inaugurated the modern Regional Blood Centre (RBC) in Jamshoro. The Center is one of 10 Regional Blood Centers constructed and equipped during the first phase of the ‘Safe Blood Transfusion Project (SBTP)’. The German government through KfW supports the establishment...

National Staff Health Meeting in Manila, Philippines


In the framework of the EU funded project “Technical Assistance for the Philippine Health Sector Reform Contract” our Senior Consultant and Project Manager Ms Oxana Abovskaya had been invited to the 1st National Staff Health Meeting in Manila, Philippines to share her...

Yemen- EU- SSHS funded project: Emergency-Response Capacity Building Activities in the period April 2015-February 2018


The EU-funded SSHS project began in June 2014, a few months before major anti-government protests. 2015 marked the beginning of the Yemeni Civil War, a conflict which persists even after the end of the project in February 2018. The ground fighting coupled with the Saudi-led airstrikes resulted in massive civilian causalities and population displacement.