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Feasibility study for a 'New project to strengthen epidemiological services and health systems in the ECOWAS region'

Project launch and on-site assessment was performed during the period from January 26th to February 11th 2016 in the countries of Burkina Faso (Centre Muraz), Ivory Coast (Pasteur Institute in Abidjan), Niger (CERMES), and Nigeria (Nigerian CDC). During the visits, interviews were held with all key stakeholders involved in the design and implementation of epidemiological surveillance systems, national actors (Ministries of Health, Institute of Hygiene and / or public health, etc.), and international actors (WHO, European Union, African Development Bank, African Union, etc.). Following the field visits, a debriefing meeting with KfW was held to discuss the preliminary findings and recommendations of the study followed by a meeting with the direction of WAHO to consult on the findings and final recommendations.

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m4h launches new "Maintenance Programme" in Nepal

On October 1st, 2015, m4h together with its partners and the relevant stakeholders launched the Programme ‘Nationwide Contracting Out of Maintenance Services for Medical Equipment' in Nepal.

 

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m4h conducts medical planning & design management at the JHAH hospital in Dhahran (Saudi Arabia)

Since last year, m4h works as medical planner in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia together with Jacobs ZATE to support healthcare development projects.

Currently, a team is on-site in Dhahran to develop the John Hopkins Aramco Healthcare (JHAH) Hospital. m4h will be leading the overall planning and concept design, develop the Medical Area Programming for the area which shall be the basis for preparation of the Conceptual Design Package.

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Dr. Michael Niechzial becomes Professor for Health Care Management

Our Chairman, Dr. Michael Niechzial, was appointed Professor for Health Care Management at the accadis University for applied Sciences in Bad Homburg, Germany. Within his academic work he is offering courses to MA and MBA students on the characteristics of Health Care Markets and Health Systems comparing various models and schemes from different countries in Europe, America, Asia, and Africa, and on Health Policy issues focusing on roles and responsibilities of key players, specifically of health insurances and health care providers.