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    Harvard-University of Fort Hare Health Transformation Course 2014

    Project ID: TR-013 Status: Completed

    Dr Rannan-Eliya, IHP Director, joined faculty from Harvard University, University of Pretoria and University of Fort Hare in teaching the Health Transformation Course held in East London, 22 - 26 September 2014. The course is a key component of the Albertina Sisulu Executive Leadership Programme in Health (ASELPH), which provides executive-level training and support to build the capacity of leaders and managers who drive health system transformation in South Africa, with most course participants consisting mid to senior level health managers in the public sector delivery system. Dr Rannan-Eliya taught sessions on health financing and provider payment in the course, which is based on the Harvard/World Bank Flagship Course on Health System Strengthening. Following successful delivery of the course, Dr Rannan-Eliya joined other faculty and resource persons in a Policy Seminar discussing the challenges of decentralization in South Africa, held on 27 September.

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     Project at a glance  Project team
    Start Date: Jul 2014
    End Date: Sep 2014
    Themes: Capacity building, Health systems, Health financing, Provider payment
    Sponsor(s): South Africa Partners
    Client: Harvard University
    IHP Staff: Dr. Ravi Rannan-Eliya
     Location  Further information
    Region: Africa
    Country(s): South Africa
    Partner(s): University of Fort Hare, University of Pretoria
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    External links:
    Albertina Sisulu Executive Leadership Programme in Health (ASELPH) website


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