Re: Request for kazeem adekunle to propose applicants and share the announcement for the Scholar Level 1 Female Genital Schistosomiasis (FGS) workshop
I am writing to request your support as Dr. Julie Jacobson has identified you as a key stakeholder in relation to FGS.
Your help is needed to invite and recommend applicants for the first English-language workshop for improved prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of Female Genital Schistosomiasis (FGS).
Please share the following link to the full workshop announcement with colleagues, networks, and organizations that you wish to encourage to apply (deadline: 9 April 2021)
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This workshop will be a novel, online training, the first of its kind offered to health professionals for FGS that will use the Foundation’s unique peer learning methodology. It is open to all health professionals who wish to learn about one of the most neglected sexual and reproductive health issues in sub-Saharan Africa. Applicants from Madagascar and Ghana are especially encouraged to apply.
Applicants need to request the application using the above link.
After sharing the announcement, please complete this short form so that we may recognize your contribution to disseminating the call for applicants.
Note that only selected applicants will receive notification and a Letter of Acceptance by e-mail.
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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
Workshop: Female Genital Schistosomiasis (FGS) 4-11 May 2021
Learn about one of the most neglected sexual and reproductive health issues in sub-Saharan Africa
Are you aware of FGS, one of the most neglected sexual and reproductive health issues in sub-Saharan Africa?
The suffering of women and girls due to Female Genital Schistosomiasis (FGS) can be reduced and even avoided.
Whether you are a health professional working in a schistosomiasis endemic country in sub-Saharan Africa or a global health professional concerned about women’s health, you can make a difference.
As part of the FGS Accelerated Scale Together (FAST) project, Bridges to Development, working in partnership with the Geneva Learning Foundation, invites applications for the Scholar Level 1 Workshop for Improved Prevention, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Female Genital Schistosomiasis (FGS).
Request the application via this link:
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 9 April 2021
Health professionals from Ghana and Madagascar are especially encouraged to apply
You do not need to have prior experience with FGS in order to participate in this workshop.
Only selected applicants will receive a Letter of Acceptance by e-mail.
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