(May 2019 cohort) Apply for WHO's Scholar Level 2 certification course on reducing inequity and improving coverage
The World Health Organization (WHO) invites applications for the 1st English-language cohort of the WHO Scholar Level 2 course on reducing inequity and improving coverage.

Deadline for application: 29 March 2019. Complete course announcement and details via this link: http://learning.foundation/who-inequities-en-apply/

IMPORTANT: THERE IS NO E-MAIL CONFIRMATION TO YOUR APPLICATION. UPON COMPLETION AND SUBMISSION OF YOUR APPLICATION, IT WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE RECEIVED BY THE SCHOLAR TEAM.

There is no cost to be paid by applicants and participation is free of charge.

Please note that the completeness of your application is one factor that will be considered when considering applicants for admission. Please send any enquiries to grisp@learning.foundation

NOTE: ONLY SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS WILL BE NOTIFIED BY E-MAIL OF THEIR ADMISSION TO THE COURSE.

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First name *
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Which of these WHO Scholar courses have you been involved with?
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Certificate
WHO GRISP Scholar pilot (July 2016)
WHO GRISP Scholar II (October 2017)
WHO Survey Scholar Module A1 (Fall 2017)
WHO Survey Scholar Module A2 (Fall 2017)
WHO Survey Scholar Module A3 (Fall 2017)
OMS SPMVS Cohorte I (mars 2018)
OMS SPMVS Cohorte II (mai 2018)
WHO Survey Scholar Module A3 (June 2018)
OMS Survey Scholar version francophone Module A1 (Automne 2018)
WHO IMA Level 1 certification in data improvement planning (Fall 2018)
OMS AMV certification niveau 1 en planification de l'amélioration des données (Automne 2018)
WHO GRISP Scholar Level 1 (March 2019)
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Age range *
In which age bracket do you fall
Affiliation and context of work
Organizational affiliation *
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At what level of the immunization system do you mainly work *
Main country of residence
Country where are you primarily based and/or from which you will primarily be accessing the course.
Country of focus
Country where you work or for which you would like to develop a set of transformative investment activities as part of the overall immunization national plan
How did you find out about this course?
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