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Afghanistan: EU Funded MoPH Project Start Up

04/08/2013

The EU-funded project Technical Cooperation Programme to the Ministry of Public Health started mid-April in Afghanistan and will run for two years. Implemented by EPOS and Belgian consortium partner AEDES, the overall objective of the project is to strengthen the capacity of the Ministry of Public Health to manage the provision of preventive and curative health services and...

Workplace Health Initiative Kicks Off

04/01/2013

"B" Fit, a workplace health initiative offering weekly personal fitness training sessions, kicked-off at EPOS' headquarter offices in Bad Homburg. Held after work and open to all EPOS staff, the weekly fitness sessions are run by an outside professional sports trainer certified in sports science and medicine, fitness training, back training and cardiac sports medicine. "B"...

Kyrgyzstan: New EPOS Office

03/28/2013

 

EPOS is pleased to announce the opening of a new regional office in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan on the grounds of the National Republican Hospital. The opening of the office marks EPOS' commitment to ongoing development efforts in the Central Asia and highlights a long-standing involvement in current and past health sector projects in the country.

EPOS staff...

Mongolia: Tobacco Control Law

03/14/2013

 

Mongolia’s new tobacco control law took effect on the 1st of March, strictly tightening controls for smokers and tobacco trade. The law bans smoking in all public areas, including restaurants, bars, offices, building entrances and public transport.

Initially introduced to parliament in 2010 with support from the Millennium Challenge Account –...

Malawi: PPP Hospital Assessment Results

03/07/2013

Malawi Hospital Strengthening Project Delivers First Assessment Results

Team members of the KfW funded "Strengthening Public Private Partnerships within the Health Sector" project in Malawi recently delivered results of an initial assessment of 18 health facilities which considered infrastructure, availability of medical...

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