Partners in Health together with the TB Coalition of the Americas are pleased to invite you to apply to participate in the 1st Regional Workshop for Socialization and Awareness in the ENGAGE-TB approach of the World Health Organization. This workshop will take place from the 23rd of September to the 27th of the same month, 2019, in one of the countries participating in the QRA-T-PIH grant of the Global Fund to fight AIDS/HIV, tuberculosis and malaria.
During the workshop, representatives of the World Health Organization will train members of the civil society and government officials in the ENGAGE-TB approach. The purpose is that they acquire the skills necessary to apply this approach in their own countries, as well as to train other groups in the skills needed for this task. The ultimate objective of the workshop is to strengthen the collaboration between governments and civil society in community activities to fight the tuberculosis epidemic in the region. The countries of Latin America and the Caribbean that will be represented are Bolivia, Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, and the Dominican Republic.
The program and per diem costs will be borne by the by the Global Fund through Partners In Health. To apply to the workshop, you need to register by filling the form available in the following link:
Additionally, we request that you send us your abbreviated CV (2 pages) to this email. Within less than 15 days we will contact you to inform you of the result of your application.
If you believe that any other individual or organization from El Salvador, Guatemala or Mexico maybe interested in participating in this workshop, we would appreciate you forwarding to them this invitation.
In case you are not interested in participating in this workshop but would like to be aware of the following workshops and events related to the involvement of the civil society in the fight against tuberculosis, we would appreciate your reply to this email expressing your interest.
Sebastián Rodríguez MD,MPH