Partner blogs

From trainee into Trainer: feedback from Afghanistan

Following on from the training that we did in Afghanistan last year – on the use of WHO Emergency Kits medicines and equipment for the management of key NCDs – it’s exciting to see our cascade training model successfully moving forward. Hear directly from Dr Abdul Bari Khuram, a doctor from Afghanistan and one of… Read more »

NCD training in Syria: my own experience

PCI has been supporting optimal use of the WHO’s NCD Emergency Kits by key medical staff working in Syria. We have been providing cascade training and follow-up distance mentoring. Here, one of the participants – Dr Molham Saflo – shares his experiences. “Since the conflict hit Syria in 2011, the focus has been on the… Read more »

Cascade training in Rwanda: hearing from an ‘NCD Champion’

Dr Charles Nahimana, 31, is Health Co-Ordinator at Nyabiheke Refugee Camp in Rwanda. Dr Charles attended PCI’s ‘cascade training’ last November. and became an ‘NCD Champion’ in the camp. This is part of our UNHCR project – working to roll-out clinical guidelines, build clinical and managerial capacity of medical staff to improve NCD management, monitor… Read more »

Improving NCD care in Uganda: a health worker’s perspective

PCI, in partnership with LifeNet International (LN), is piloting a model of care that brings the power to identify and treat NCDs into the hands of health workers in local health facilities, which are direct access-points for care for most Ugandans. Hear directly about this experience from Mukasa, a nurse charged with running a health… Read more »