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PRESENTATION

The documentation, disseminating and scaling up effective and proven practices are important steps to accelerate attainment of public health objectives. In response, the West African Health Organization (WAHO) advocated for the Assembly of Health Ministers (AHM) of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) to establish the ECOWAS Forum on Best Practices in Health (FBPS). The resolution was approved at the 15th Ordinary Session held on April 11-12, 2014 in Monrovia, Liberia. It should be noted that the terminology "Good Practices in Health" was adopted by the health ministers in lieu of "Best Practices in Health."

The forum will bring together senior officials from ministries of health, regional health experts, researchers and managers of training and research institutions, major local, regional and international NGOs, managers of private companies involved in the health sector, as well as partners in the region and elsewhere.

METHODOLOGICAL TOOLS OF THE FORUM


  1. 1.Announcement of 3rd GPF_2018_ENG Download

  2. 2.Guide to identifying&documenting Good Practice_Annexes1_ENG Download

  3. 3.Template for Summarizing Information collected_En Download

  4. 4.Abstract registration form_GPF_2018_Eng Download

  5. 5.Guidelines for Oral & Poster Presentations_ENG Download

 

PREVIOUS FORUM ACTIVTIES

Last day of this first ever WAHO Good Practices Forum

 

Official Opening of the First ECOWAS Forum on Best Practices in Health : the Transitional President and President of Faso and the community of partners show support for the WAHO initiatives



 

SUMMARY DAY 1 - ECOWAS Forum on Best Practices in Health

 

Pre-conference workshop focuses on change ahead of 1st ECOWAS Good Practices in Health Forum



 

Ahead of ECOWAS Good Practices in Health Forum, National Documentation Workshop Holds in Nigeria.

 
 

Bulletins
épidemiologique

S18/2018