Registrations are now open for the second edition of WHO Global School on Refugee and Migrant Health!
This year the Global School will focus on country experiences in addressing the health needs and rights of refugees and migrants. Challenges and achievements in ensuring inclusive and sustainable health services for refugees and migrants will be discussed through five modules delivered over five consecutive days, from 25th until 29th of October.
Each module will be dedicated to a specific aspect of refugee and migrant health each dedicated to a specific thematic area: health service accessibility; COVID-19 pandemic; mental health; health promotion; health financing.
The school is open to everyone so don’t hesitate to join us! Find more information on how to register here ⬇️
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Founder of AfriWallStreet
My name is Igwe Nnanna Otu, the founder of AfriWallStreet. I’m a serial entrepreneur supporting, working alongside, and advocating for younger professionals in different fields. I’ve been particularly passionate about assembling different people for a common goal, this led me to spending the last few years of my life reading about administration and management. My passion further led me working with intercontinental NGOs who seek to administer leadership and Foster young minds for a common goal. Everyday as a Founder, i see it as another opportunity to make a significant contribution working with a dynamic team while horning my skills yet further.
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