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[SAFETYNET Nepal] FETP Frontline fifth cohort 1st Contact session in Kathmandu, December 3-8, 2023

The Epidemiology and Disease Control Division (EDCD), Nepal started the training of the fifth cohort of the FETP Frontline on December 3, 2023. The 1st contact session training of the fifth cohort was conducted in the National Health Training Center (NHTC), Kathmandu, Nepal

A total of 20 government officials from seven provinces attended the training from December 3-8, 2023: 3 from the rural municipalities, 8 from districts, 4 from provinces, 3 from the national level, 1 medical officer from district hospital, and  2 from the livestock department. 22 mentors from various public health backgrounds and expertise also provided mentorship to the trainees. The facilitators were FETP first cohort graduates, experts from academicians, and SAFETYNET Nepal.

SAFETYNET has supported the Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP), Nepal both technically and logistically for the Frontline training cohorts. During this contact session, Dr. Maria Consorcia Lim Quizon, Executive Director, SAFETYNET, and  Dr. Mallick Masum Billah resident advisor SAFETYNET provided technical support in the workshop.

 

1.      Group Photo FETP frontline fifth Cohort:

Dr. Dipendra Raman Singh, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Health and Population, Nepal

Dr. Krishna Prasad Paudel, Division Chief, Policy, Planning and Monitoring Division, MoHP, Nepal

Dr. Maria Consorcia Lim Quizon, Executive Director, SAFETYNET

Dr. Hemanta Ohja, Section Chief, Zoonosis and Other Communicable Disease Control Section, Epidemiology and Disease Control Division (EDCD)

Dr. Mallick Masum Billah, Resident Advisor FETP, Nepal

2.      Speech by Dr. Maria Consorcia Lim Quizon, Executive Director, SAFETYNET

3.      Speech by Dr. Krishna Prasad Paudel, Division Chief, Policy, Planning and Monitoring Division, MoHP, Nepal

4.      Speech by Dr. Dipendra Raman Singh, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Health and Population, Nepal

5.      Professor Anand Ballav Joshi, Former Professor of Epidemiology in Nepal facilitated the training session

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