Courses

The treatment and disposal of electronic waste is a growing problem in the region of the Americas due to contamination by toxic elements present in electrical and electronic devices, generating occupational and environmental exposures from which adverse health conditions are derived.

This course is launched as a tool for the generation of capacities oriented to the management and …

Human T-cell lymphotropic virus (HTLV) infection affects vulnerable population groups including key population groups, people living in poverty in areas of very low HDI, and epidemiologically semi-closed population groups such as indigenous peoples.

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Dates: August 29 / September 02,  2022


Every year, insects and other vectors transmit infectious pathogens to more than a trillion people, which causes more than 700 000 deaths worldwide; therefore, the World Heath Day celebrated on April 7, 2014 was dedicated to insect-borne diseases, under the slogan “SMALL BITE: BIG THREAT”.

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Join us in the launch of the second version of this course where we will share regional and country experiences!

 

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Age-Friendly Environments (AFE) ECHO – is a multi-session learning cycle in English, aligned with approaches and guidance from WHO on Age-friendly cities and communities particularly the recent guidance from EURO. The AFE ECHO  is an innovative opportunity for capacity building of representatives from Member States that are interested to develop age-friendly cities and communities at the…

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The PAHO Mental Health Unit in partnership with the Mental Health Commission of Canada, cordially invites you to the virtual launch of the Understanding Stigma and Strengthening Cognitive Behavioral Interpersonal Skills Virtual Course 2021, on Thursday, 19 August 2021 from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm (EDT).

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The Latin American Center for Perinatology, Women’s, and Reproductive Health (CLAP) of PAHO invites you to the webinar presenting two courses:

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The aim of this training is to strengthen an understanding on making cities resilient and to provide suite of tools to develop an evidence based local disaster risk reduction planning with multi-stakeholder engagement and in alignment with the national DRR strategies and Sendai Framework.

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Institute of Tropical Medicine “Pedro Kourí”, Havana, Cuba

Under the auspices of: