Localisation for Resilient Health Systems
|9 Nov 2022
|4:00 pm GMT |11:00 am
GOAL, The Rand Corporation, University College London, and The Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, sponsored by Irish Aid, are hosting FROM CRISIS TO RESILIENCE, a webinar series that aims to explore the emerging lessons and best practices for transforming crisis to resilience.
Learning and investing in resilience at various stages, and within critical socio-economic systems, is crucial to ensuring the preservation of gains in the well-being and development of people in the face of shocks, and to shift from humanitarian assistance towards long-term resilient development.
This 90-minute webinar will address the main challenges and discuss innovative approaches to localisation for resilient health systems in fragile and conflict-affected contexts. Panelists will aim to answer the following questions:
This webinar is free and open to all.
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