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Mongolia: Recognition for Outstanding Project Contribution


EPOS received a certificate for outstanding contribution to the MCA-Mongolia Health Project on Prevention and Control of Non-communicable Disease and Injuries (NCDIs). The certificate was received last week in Mongolia by Patrick Krause, EPOS Deputy Managing Director, during closure ceremonies overseen by the U.S. Government’s Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Senior...

Hygiene Management and ‘Green’ Hospitals - Full Circle Hospital Technical Assistance


EPOS commits itself to offering full circle hospital technical assistance, acknowledging the increased importance being accorded to factors such as the role of optimised hygiene in health care facilities, as well as the environmental footprint of health care infrastructures, in the form of ‘green’ hospitals.


Yemen: Joint Project Teams Meeting


A recent joint meeting was held with project teams and EPOS headquarter staff implementing the EU-Support of Human Resources for Health (SHR) project and the EU-Technical Assistance to the Reproductive Health and Population Programme II (RHPP II). The meeting provided a chance to share country specific knowledge and experience across teams.

The EU-RHPP II project...

Pakistan: Contracts for Construction of 10 Regional Blood Centres


In the framework of Financial Cooperation (FC) between the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and the Federal Republic of Germany, the German Government committed Euro 17 million (PKR 1,689 million - KfW 15 million and GIZ 2 million) towards the reform plan of the Pakistan blood service programme. The provincial Governments will contribute Euro 13.2 million (PKR 1,308 million)...

MCA-Mongolia Health Project Publication of Achievements: a Resource for NCDI Activities


The five year MCA-Mongolia Non-communicable Diseases and Injuries (NCDIs) Health Project has proven to be a leader in country-wide activities to reduce levels of premature death and suffering from cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular and respiratory conditions, and traffic injuries.