Last week, we published insights and contributions from 5 emerging leaders. And this week, we are equally fortunate and inspired by 5 other incredible leaders. Read their work and advice below!
Over the past year, CanWaCH’s membership and the global health sector as a whole has demonstrated its resiliency in the face of unprecedented change and uncertainty around the globe.
L’édition 2020 de notre Rapport sur l’impact en santé mondiale est maintenant en ligne!
Le CanSFE est heureux de bénéficier de l’expertise supplémentaire de Partners in Health Canada, d’UNICEF Canada et de CARE Canada au sein de son éminent comité directeur.
Points saillants pour les membres du CanSFE et du secteur du développement international.
A key part to building strong health systems is investing in emerging leaders. As we speak, emerging leaders are working hard each day to treat people who are ill, to devise health promotion campaigns, to track the latest epidemiological data, and to run and evaluate mental health programs. This fall, we launched an Emerging Leaders Campaign to celebrate global public health professionals who are creating major strides in areas including advocacy, communications, medicine, program management, research, and more.
Our future leaders in global health and development have their work cut out for them. Starting with the effort to fathom the perspective of the whole system, the sub-systems in play, the circular nature of our world, and the recurring patterns and interdependencies in the communities we live in.
Les projets novateurs en matière de données de la Collaboration canadienne pour la santé mondiale.
Canadians are invited to review the consultation document and the backgrounder, and submit their input by December 23th, 2020.
On October 17, 2020, the Canadian Global Health Students and Young Professionals Summit (GHSYPS 2020) brought together inspiring panelists, speakers, workshop leaders and participants to explore the theme of “Ideas to Impact: Global Health In Action.” Participants examined priorities during the COVID-19 pandemic, the role of health students for a green recovery, social entrepreneurship, and much more.