Training & Education
Advancing Skills Training for Nurses, Midwives and Community Health Workers

Clinical training to ensure nurses, midwives and community health workers have the skills and capabilities to deliver quality care from the start and throughout their careers has long been a priority in our programs to advance community health. The Center works with partners around the world including professional institutions, NGOs and governments to develop pre-service and in-service health skills training and education programs to ensure that frontline health workers have the skills and capabilities they require to deliver their services with confidence and quality.

Our programs are designed to build health workers’ skills throughout the lifecycle of education and continued learning to enable them to stay on top of the latest science and practice and to provide high quality healthcare from the start and throughout their career
Program Examples
Emphasizing the pivotal role “health for all” plays in global prosperity, President Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya declared that his country would lead the way by achieving universal health coverage (UHC) by 2022, eight years ahead of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) deadline.
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Enhancing midwifery education with standardized curriculum and assessment
Innovative financing models to support affordable nurse education and equitable distribution
Increasing frontline health worker skills and capabilities through accessible virtual platforms