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2017 International Course on Leadership for Community Health and Development  

 

Theme: People's Participation in Local Governance in Health 

Date: August 27 (Sun), 2017 - October 9 (Mon), 2017

COURSE OUTLINE, APPLICATION FORM (Click below)

・2017 Course Outline (WORD 77KB)  (PDF 340KB)

・2017 Application Form (WORD 254KB)  (PDF 268KB)

・2017 Statement of Application (WORD 111KB)  (PDF 195KB)         

APPLICATION DEADLINE:   <Application CLOSED>

CONTACT: 

SECRETARIAT for the TRAINING PROGRAM

E-mail: application@ahi-japan.sakura.ne.jp

OBJECTIVE

This course aims to enhance the leadership quality of the participants so they can effectively facilitate the empowerment of people's organizations through partnership and collaboration among NGOs, POs, GOs and other partners in health.


During the course, the participants will be able to:

  • ♦brush up analytical skills around health and development issues at the local and global levels,

♦discuss the effects of global and macro trends such as globalization, decentralization, and health sector reform on the poor and the vulnerable,

♦clarify key terms in health and development such as primary health care, health promotion, decentralization, local governance, etc.

♦seek alternative development perspectives and the role of NGOs, POs, and GOs
♦revisit the principles of people's organization formation and find effective approaches for capability building

♦explore effective strategies to promote people’s participation in local governance and applications to health

♦discuss potential roles of the health sector in conflict prevention and peace building

♦enhance their own participatory concepts and skills in field activities, training, and organizational management and enhance their own attitudes and values to become more effective community health and development workers

♦formulate their own plans of action, incorporating their learning and insights from the course.

PRINCIPLES AND METHODS

AHI’s basic philosophy is “Sharing for Self-Help". 
The course will be conducted applying AHI’s participatory principles and methods.  
Participants are responsible for their own learning and others’learning. By sharing and working collectively, the course serves to facilitate self and mutual-reflection by the participants.  


AHI expects prospective applicants to understand the basic characteristics of the course as below:


1. LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT THROUGH GROUP PROCESS

This is NOT a technical or theoretical course led by experts on how to become a higher level leader or manager.  Rather, this course provides opportunities for participants to reflect, discover, and develop basic leadership qualities as health and development workers through a group process.


2. PARTICIPANTS AS RESOURCE PERSONS

There will be no fixed course schedule made by AHI with a list of external lecturers.  Within the main theme of the course, details of the course schedule, contents, and methods will be planned by the participants with AHI facilitators.  The bulk of the course input will be formed by the participants' ideas, skills and experiences.


3. LIVE-IN STYLE TRAINING IN INTER-CULTURAL SETTING

Participants will live together in the dormitory with shared rooms within the AHI building.  Learning through living together in the dormitory accommodation, including sharing daily living tasks such as cooking breakfast, washing dishes and cleaning dormitory facilities, offers opportunities for participants to work with others with different cultural backgrounds. 

 

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PARTICIPANTS/APPLICANTS

Primary participants are NGO workers.  NGO applicants may invite PO leaders or/and  Government workers, who meet the criteria mentioned in the Course Outline, and have been working in the same project toward a common goal as collaborating partners.

 

2017 Participants

  Name: Mr. Rajon Been                  

  Country:Bangladesh

  Organization:Protibondhi Community Center (PCC)

  Position: Program Coordinator

 

 

 

 

  Name:Chheangkim Heng                   

  Country:Cambodia

  Organization:ARV Users Association(AUA)

  Position: Program Manager /Fundraiser

 

 

 

 

  Name:Moeurn Mirn                   

  Country:Cambodia

  Organization:Svay Antor Operational District(SAOD)

  Position: Chief of Maternal Child Health Department

 

 

 

 

  Name:Tashi Thukmat                   

  Country:India

  Organization:Ladakh Environment and Health Organisation(LEHO)

  Position: Deputy Director

 

 

 

 

  Name:Feri Qotro Verhat Amaith                   

  Country:Indonesia

  Organization:Community Based Rehabilitation Development &

  Training Center Solo(CBR DTC Solo)

  Position: Project Manager

 

 

 

  Name:Mandkhaitsetsen Urantulkhuur                   

  Country:Mongolia

  Organization:Center For Human Rights & Development(CHRD)

  Position: Executive Director

 

 

 

 

  Name:Naw Eve Nan                   

 Country:Myanmar

 Organization:National Council of YMCAs of Myanmar(Myanmar YMCA)

 Position: Secretary of Human Resource Development Department

 

 

 

  Name:Binaya Prakash Acharya                  

  Country:Nepal

  Organization:Friends Service Council Nepal(FSCN)

  Position: Senior Officer: Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation

 

 

 

 

  Name:Dayang Carlsum Sangkula Jumaide                   

  Country:Philippines

  Organization:Department of Health - Autonomous Region in Muslim  Mindanao(DOH ARMM)

  Position: Assistant Secretary for Administration & Finance

 

 

 

  Name:Subashini Kamalanathan                   

  Country:Sri Lanka

  Organization:Sri Vimukthi Fisher Women Organization(SVFWO)

  Position: Coordinator

 

 

 

 

 

  Name:Songpon Tulata                   

  Country:Thailand

  Organization:The National Health Commission Office(NHCO)

  Position: Director of PHPP Development Center in North Eastern Part Area

 

 

 

  Name:Theera Watcharapranee                   

  Country:Thailand

  Organization:Stopdrink Network(SDN)

  Position: Manager

 

 

 

  Name:Le Nguyen Hanh Nguyen                   

  Country:Vietnam

  Organization:Foundation for International Developement/Relief, Vietnam(FIDR)

  Position: Project Manager

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REFERRENCE

・2009 ILDC REPORT for anyone interested in AHI's participatory leadership training course.

2013 REPORT

 

2016 PHOTO GALLERY   <More>

 

 

 


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