Molo District Public Health Service partnered with Powys Health Board to undertake training of Community Health Extension Workers (CHEWs), which consist mainly of Public Health employees and nurses, to ensure improved data management, monitoring and evaluation skills, with a view to better evaluate the progress of the National Community Strategy. This emanated from the rollout of the National Community Health Strategy that decentralised the management of health to communities; however, existing community structures were inadequate in capacity to ensure accurate monitoring of progress and management of data and information.
Federal Medical Centre, Abeokuta has an 8-year relationship with the Wisdom Hospice, University of Kent conducting palliative care training for staff in Abeokuta, Nigeria.
Having noticed a huge gap in knowledge between Educational Health Officers across the country, the Zambia Institute of Environmental Health partnered with the Central Institute of Environmental Health, UK to establish a programme to breach this difference.
The link between St. Francis Hospital, Zambia and NHS Borders Trust, UK was born after St. Francis sought assistance with its pharmacy record keeping system. Realising its current system was out-dated and unable to cope with a recent sharp increase in disbursements, the link was established with the aim of bringing in an electronic record keeping system that would be efficient, easy to learn and sustainable.