Call for applications course for young health activists

conferenceFrom 25 June to 4 July 2012 a short course will take place for young health activists in Cape Town, South Africa. Titled 'The Struggle for Health', the course will be conducted in English and French.

It is organised by the the International People's Health University of the People's Health Movement jointly with the International Budget Partnership (IBP), South Africa and PHM-South Africa. A limited number of scholarships for travel and/or accommodation will be available for qualified applicants, including primary health care and public health practitioners. Priority will be given to qualified applicants from South Africa and other Sub-Saharan African Countries.

The main course will be preceded by a mandatory online preparation during the period 12 April - 20 May 2012.  All applicants are also encouraged to register to participate in the Third People’s Health Assembly (PHA3) which will be held in Cape Town South Africa (6 - 11 July 2012).

Deadline for receiving applications: 25 March 2012

Online application

in English at: http://www.iphu.org/en/south-africa/announcement
in French at: http://www.iphu.org/fr/south-africa/announcement

Further details at:
http://www.iphu.org/en/courses/announcements

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