Training staff at Save the Children UK
October 22, 2018 - Two LiST team members traveled to London, UK to conduct a training at Save the Children UK from 1-2 October 2018. Members of the NGO’s Health; Humanitarian Nutrition; Humanitarian Health, Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning; and Social and Behaviour Change and Community Capacity Strengthening teams participated in the training in order to familiarize themselves with LiST and to understand when it’s appropriate to use it. Over the course of two days, the Save UK team learned the methodology of LiST, did practice scenarios, and brainstormed ways in which they could utilizes LiST for their programming efforts. Technical areas included nutrition and subnational modeling.
Masters of Public Health LiST training in Bamako
June 22, 2018 - In 2017, the Université des Sciences, des Techniques et des Technologies de Bamako(University of Science, Techniques and Technologies of Bamako - USTTB) requested that a 5-day course on using the Lives Saved Tool be integrated into their second year Masters of Public Health curriculum for all three available specializations (nutrition, epidemiology and community health). The course was officially adopted as part of the curriculum on in January 2018, and the first iteration of the course took place from 18-22 June, 2018. - Read more
Using LiST for nutrition planning in Mozambique
June 4, 2018 - From 4-8 June 2018, two LiST team members travelled to Maputo, Mozambique to lead a training specifically on the potential applications of LiST for nutrition. Task team members of the Plataforma Nacional de Saude Maternal e das Crianças e Nutrição (PNSMCN - National Platform for Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition) of Mozambique’s National Health Observatory attended this training to re-familiarize themselves with the tool, and to look at ways that LiST can be used to analyze performance and plan strategically in Mozambique’s nutrition sector. Representatives from the Instituto Nacional de Saude (INS), UNICEF, the Secretariado Técnico de Segurança Alimentar e Nutricional (SETSAN), the Instituto Superior de Ciências de Saúde (ISCISA) and the Direcção Planificação e Cooperação (MISAU-DPC) actively participated in the 5-day workshop. - Read more