LEARNING FROM EACH OTHER

As new peer-to-peer networking relationships continue to unfold, NPHIs around the world are putting their resources together to improve public outbreak response, lab quality, and surveillance efforts. Learn more about the latest peer-to-peer partnerships among IANPHI members:

Malawi and Norway

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MALAWI & NORWAY

Malawi has a population of 16 million people and a total of 250 medical doctors. Norway, in contrast, with its 5 million inhabitants has about 32,000 medical doctors.>>

Quebec

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GUATEMALA AND COLOMBIA

Donning blue protective gowns, a delegation from Guatemala's CDCE followed INS Colombia leaders through the Virology Laboratory, on a step-by-step tour of INS's facilities and operations. >> 

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US AND ZAMBIA 

A buzz of voices filled the room as stakeholders in Zambia's recently launched NPHI excitedly discussed the next steps of developing the institute. >>

Read more about IANPHI's Peer-to-Peer Model and other Peer-to-Peer relationships including France & Togo; Kenya & Canada; Uganda & England >>