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Below, you can find a listing of current and anticipated opportunities to join JLN learning activities. As they become available, you will be able to access detailed expressions of interest and an application for that opportunity.
National Coordination of Multi-sectoral, Multi-level Pandemic Responses
This virtual collaborative, facilitated by the Health Systems Strengthening Accelerator led by Results for Development, will bring together leaders to exchange what has worked and not worked and to generate practical guidance for countries on how to the leadership capacities and functions needed to coordinate strong cross-sectoral and multi-level responses to major health and socio-economic threats, such as COVID-19.
Deadline to Register: November 13, 2020
- National multi-sectoral coordination units
- Ministries of Health epidemic/pandemic response units or National Institutes of Public Health
- Ministry of Education/Finance/Transport/Environment
- National multi-sectoral coordination unit communications teams
- Devolved levels of government
Engagement Duration: 6 months
Empanelment & Population Health Management
This virtual learning exchange, facilitated by Ariadne Labs, will bring together a group of frontline practitioners and country representatives to both exchange and improve their national, subnational, or facility-level strategies for empanelment and population health management through cross-country virtual engagements.
Deadline to Register: October 30, 2020
- All are welcome to apply, but the number of country teams will be limited to 10 with 1-3 participants per country team.
- Applications will be solicited from the JLN’s Person-Centered Integrated Care collaborative member countries and colleagues, interested participants from the Primary Health Care Performance Initiative (PHCPI) Community of Practice Empanelment discussion, and JLN Country Core Groups (CCG). All materials and discussions will be in English, so English proficiency is required.
Engagement Duration: 2 months
Managing Non-communicable Diseases through Innovative Primary Health Care
EOI Status: Anticipated