The Stories from the field series highlights how OpenWHO learning resources are being deployed in countries to support the response to the COVID-19 pandemic and other health threats. The series is produced by WHO country offices, partners and volunteers* with new articles added regularly.
AZERBAIJAN | Online learning opportunities to support hospital infection prevention and control committees
BRAZIL | Multi-platform dissemination of WHO online courses on COVID-19 in Portuguese
GUINEA-BISSAU | Clinical management of acutely ill and injured patients – Combining face-to-face and online trainings
HAITI | COVID-19 sensitization and learning bilingually
INDIA | Indian Sign Language course extends reach and accessibility amidst COVID-19 pandemic
INDONESIA | Strengthening COVID-19 response with the latest science
JAPAN | Strengthening occupational health and safety during the pandemic
KAZAKHSTAN | Delivering knowledge to every frontline responder
MYANMAR | Learning channel hosts COVID-19 vaccination training in local languages
NICARAGUA | Working together to bring training to the front lines
NORTH MACEDONIA | Equipping healthcare workers with knowledge and skills for an effective COVID-19 pandemic response
SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE | Minding the equity gap in small island states and isolated communities
SURINAME | Serving Surinamese health workers in Dutch
TIMOR-LESTE | Bringing global knowledge during the COVID-19 pandemic to Tetum- and Portuguese-speaking frontline workers
UKRAINE | Online courses in Ukrainian support national response to the COVID-19 pandemic and other emergencies
URUGUAY | Cooperation to bring training to the front line
VIET NAM | Online learning unlocks training opportunities for COVID-19 responders
| * Disclaimer | The Stories from the field series is produced outside of the OpenWHO team and shared on the platform to inspire learners. OpenWHO does not accept liability for the content provided and the views expressed do not necessarily reflect those of OpenWHO.
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