A pilot distance learning course will be launched on Sexual and Reproductive Health, in collaboration with TARSHI. The pilot will commence mid-April. The e-learning course has been developed by TARSHI and will cover basic concepts related to sexuality, and gender. The modules and exercises will allow for those who have been working in these areas to review their current ideas and concepts of gender, sex, and sexuality, as well as provide the opportunity for beginners to develop a solid knowledge of these concepts.
State of Food Security and Nutrition in Bangladesh 2012 report
The National Food Security Nutritional Surveillance Project (FSNSP) of the James P Grant School of Public Health at BRAC University in collaboration with Helen Keller International launched a report on the “State of Food Security and Nutrition in Bangladesh: 2012’
The Center of Excellence for Universal Health Coverage (COE-UHC) at the James P Grant School of Public Health and UNICEF jointly organized the 14th Tanahashi Round on 17 November, 2014 from 3-5 pm at the Video Conference Room of JPGSPH. As part of the Health Systems Management module, students of the James P. Grant School of Public Health conducted a field trip to two UNDAF districts.
Mainstreaming Nutrition in Public Health and other Relevant Sectors
James P Grant School of Public Health, in collaboration with UNICEF, conducted a short course on “Mainstreaming Nutrition in Public Health and other Relevant Sectors” for District Nutrition Support Officers (DNSOs). The course was designed to enhance technical knowledge and improve proficiency in supporting local governments and partner NGOs by effectively planning, coordinating, and monitoring of nutrition mainstreaming.