THRP recently presented at the University of Saskatchewan Global Health Conference "Local Steps - Global Strides". The presentation "Growing Economic and Social Roots for a Health Community" is available for viewing or download in PDF. Full slides or Handouts.
Global Health News page updated. Making the Links Radio is pleased to collaborate with the Training for Health Renewal program in bringing you a special radio program on Global Health Watch 2. More details >>
Training for Health Renewal Program has recently had the opportunity of working with Sasktel on organizing and sending a container to Massinga Mozambique.
This is a special radio show Bem Vindo a Boa Saude with the voices of Training for Health Renewal trainers – Maria, Flavia and Lote - while they were in Canada for three months.
It is in Portuguese and Xitsua and is about what they learned in their time in Canada, communities they met here, and impressions they are bringing back to the Massinga Training Centre in Massinga Mozambique.
Making Radio Waves in Mozambique
We all know that radio is one of the best ways to get the message out. But it can take a while to set up. Don Kossick of THRP took his equipment and ideas to Mozambique to set up a community radio station. CBC takes you there >>
Making Radio Waves is a CBC show on community radio in Massinga, Mozambique. It is produced by Leisha Grebinski and it is on their web site at: www.cbc.ca/morningedition .
A 30 minute radio show about the health work in Mozambique is now available online. Click the streaming media player to hear the show.
If you have iTunes, you may visit the UofS iTunesU podcasting site for a downloadable version found under the College of Nursing THRP folder.
from the presentation given by Don Kossick in
Vancouver this month can be downloaded in PDF or Powerpoint format.
article has been prepared by Amanda Stephenson
of the Global Spectator on her experience in
a public lecture hosted by the
RBC Community Development Program at
the College of Nursing University of Saskatchewan,
Stephen Lewis urges public to fight disparities.