Welcome to this Distance learning course “Population / Poverty / Development”. This course is composed of six instructional modules designed to allow students to learn about: Concepts and variables asociatted with population and poverty, its relation to development measures . This course includes the issue of integration of population and development into national policy frameworks.
- Tutor: Vakil Rajcoomar
Welcome to this Distance learning course “ICPD and Humanitarian Action: Emergency Preparedness / Response and Recovery”. The course has four modules, participants will learn about: how humanitarian settings develop, sexual and reproductive health in humanitarian settings, population and gender status in humanitarian settings.
- Tutor: Ana Urgoiti
Welcome to the Distance Learning on Population Issues (DLPI) course named “Reducing Maternal Deaths: Selecting Priorities/ Tracking Progress”. The course is composed of three modules, participants are expected to learn about: the causes of maternal mortality; the use of indicators to assess progress in reducing maternal deaths and how to target maternal deaths through policies and programmes.
- Tutor: Geeta Daby
Welcome to the Distance Learning on Population Issues (DLPI) course. Its name is "Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health". Course 5 is composed of five modules for participants learning about: Issues and problems about sexual and reproductive health of adolescent population as well as Human Rights Approach of Reproductive Health related to adolescents. Also about health programs targetted to adolescents.
- Tutor: Pilar Cirugeda
Welcome to this Distance learning course “Advocacy: Action / Change and Commitment”. This course is composed of four instructional modules designed to allow students to learn about: concept and programme strategy of advocacy, applying advocacy strategies routed to action.
- Tutor: Marlies Turnbull
Welcome to this Distance learning course “Gender Mainstreaming: Taking Action, Getting Results”. This course is composed of three instructional modules designed to allow students to learn about: concepts and key issues of the understanding gender, Human Rights and culture in development. In addition to programming for gender equality where issues such as gender mainstreaming, implementation of gender analysis, using gender-sensitive indicators and processes are treated sensitive program gender.
Welcome to this Distance learning course “Responding to HIV / AIDS: Intensifying the Effort”. This course is composed of instructional modules designed to allow students to learn about HIV: the impact of the virus; responding, development assistance for HIV both AIDS and communication, counselling and advocacy for HIV and AIDS.
Welcome to this Distance learning course "Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights". The course is composed of four modules for students to learn about how sexual and reproductive health and rights are crucial to people's health, survival, development and well-being. The course examines how the delivery of, and access to quality SRH care services, at all stages of life and for all components of the population can be incorporated in the political agenda. It also highlights how the development of strategic linkages with health and other sectors, through integration of SRHR services underpins the achievement of the sustainable development goals.
- Tutor: Fahmida Aboobaker