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Tajikistan: KfW Mother and Child Project Awarded

12/08/2014

EPOS was recently awarded the KfW-funded ‘Mother and Child/Emergency’ project in Tajikistan supporting the Ministry of Health and Social Protection of Population (MoHSPP) in the implementation of mother and child health care services. The 6-year €5.2 M project will further rehabilitation of hospitals and medical equipment recently achieved in one previous phase of a mother...

Caribbean: Working toward Universal Access—the Migrants Project Comes to a Close (GIZ)

11/27/2014

At the 13th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Pan Caribbean Partnership Against HIV in AIDS (PANCAP) held in early November in Guadeloupe, the project team shared the most promising achievements, as well as the challenges of the project which has been implemented in seven countries (Antigua, Dominican Republic, Guyana, Haiti, Sint...

Tajikistan: Inauguration of Hospital Buildings for Improved Mother and Child Services

11/25/2014

The President of the Republic of Tajikistan, Emomali Rahmon, inaugurated the partly renovated and refurbished central district hospital in Yavan on November 12th. Renovation and equipment of the facility, which includes the departments of obstetrics and gynecology, diagnostics, a clinical and biochemistry laboratory, intensive care department, a newborn intensive care unit...

Yemen: National Guidelines for Maternal Mortality Audit Launched

11/24/2014

A workshop to formally launch National Guidelines for Maternal Mortality Audit was conducted within the context of the Assistance to the Reproductive Health and Population Programme (RHPP) in the Republic of Yemen. In attendance was the Deputy Minister...

Pakistan: Hospital Blood Bank Equipment Acceptance Workshops

11/20/2014

In the context of the KfW-funded “Pakistan Safe Blood Transfusion Project”, EPOS Health Management organised two workshops on “Inspection, Acceptance and Commissioning of Hospital Blood Bank Equipment” in Karachi on October 28, 2014 and in Islamabad on October 30, 2014. The workshops were attended by...

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