WHO costing and budgeting tool for national action plans on antimicrobial resistance

The aim of this course is to introduce the WHO costing and budgeting tool for national action plans on antimicrobial resistance (AMR). The tool is designed to support operationalization and to accelerate implementation of national action plans on AMR.

Self-paced
Language: English
Not disease specific

Course information

Overview

The course will provide you with the basic knowledge to understand key components and functionality of the WHO costing and budgeting tool for national action plans on AMR.

The tool enables countries in costing prioritized activities of an operational plan linked to their AMR national action plan, and identify existing funding and funding gaps to promote resource mobilization and sustainable implementation.

The course is composed of 8 modules including short videos, quizzes and activities.

Course duration

Approximately 2 hours

Certificate

A Record of Achievement certificate will be available to participants who score at least 80% in the final assessment.

Participants who receive a Record of Achievement can also download an Open Badge for this course. Click here to learn how.

What you'll learn

  • recognize key components and functionality of the WHO costing and budgeting tool for national action plans on antimicrobial resistance;
  • correctly complete different tabs of the costing and budgeting tool based on a dummy national action plan operational plan;
  • generate graphs and tables to summarize costed and budgeted national action operational plans;
  • utilize correctly the WHO consolidator tool to combine different costed plans into one.

Course contents

  • Pre-training survey

  • Course introduction:

    Welcome to this course on the WHO costing and budgeting tool for national action plans on antimicrobial resistance. This course is introduced by Dr Kitty van Weezenbeek, Director of Surveillance, Prevention and Control, AMR Division, WHO.
  • Module 1: Overview of the tool :

    In this module, we will consider the purpose and value of the WHO costing and budgeting tool for national action plans (NAPs) on antimicrobial resistance (AMR).
  • Module 2: Overview of the tool workflow and software requirements:

    In this module, we will look at the WHO costing tool workflow and software requirements.
  • Module 3: NAP Entry tab:

    In this module, we will look at the purpose of the NAP Entry tab, its elements and how to fill in the tab correctly.
  • Module 4: Basic Inputs tab:

    In this module, we will explore how to use the Basic Inputs tab.
  • Module 5: Costing Matrix tab:

    In this module, we will describe the purpose of the Costing Matrix tab and learn how to use the Building Blocks to correctly complete the Costing Matrix tab.
  • Module 6: Funding Inputs tab:

    In this module, we will learn how to use the Funding Inputs tab.
  • Module 7: Dashboard tabs:

    In this module, we will learn how to explore the dashboards.
  • Module 8: Module consolidator:

    In this module, we will learn about the module consolidator tool.
  • Post-training survey

  • Course assessment:

    There are 20 questions in this quiz-based assessment.
  • Course close:

    Closing comments are provided by Mr Anand Balachandran, Unit Head, AMR National Action Plans and Monitoring, AMR Division, WHO Headquarters.

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Certificate Requirements

  • Gain a Record of Achievement by earning at least 80% of the maximum number of points from all graded assignments.