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Consulting Services for the DTRA CBEP Transition-Phase 3- Republic of Georgia
Support for International Laboratory Certification, Kazakhstan
Feasibility study epidemiological services and health systems, ECOWAS - in consortium with m4Health- Study funded by KFW
Global Health Security Partner Engagement : Expanding Efforts and Strategies to protect and Improve Public Health Globally- Mauritania- CDC
Health Care PPP Project, Albania, funded by the World Bank Group, International Finance Corporation (IFC)
Laboratory Quality Management systems- Training and mentoring- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), India
Training on Biosafety & Risk assessment in Mali and Haïti, Fondation Mérieux
Tuberculosis Laboratory Management Training, Sudan

Simulation exercises to assess the functionality of the public health laboratory sector, Ghana and Côte d'Ivoire

Date: From Aug 18, 2016 to Dec 01, 2016
Country:Cote d'Ivoire, Ghana

In the wake of Ebola outbreak, one of the priority areas of activity is ensuring that countries have the capacity to detect and respond to the appearance of major public health threat.

WHO has encouraged the use of simulation exercises as an evidence-based process to assess and test national capacities and system functionalities needed to respond to a suspected outbreak.

A simulation exercise is a simulated emergency situation during which membres of various bodies perform the expected actions according to their assigned function during an emergency.