Dr Edilu Robert, Uganda

Robert Edilu was PCI’s first NCD ‘champion’ within the UNHCR programme: “Equipped with all the diverse knowledge and experiences obtained through training and support from PCI team and colleagues, I went out into the world to mentor, treat, establish functional systems and to monitor and evaluate the implementation of NCD care at the various refugee … Read more …

Dr Mawaheb Shelli, Libya

Mawaheb was trained as a mentor as part of our EU-funded project with IRC in Libya: “This project engages health workers from small primary health facilities and invests in them to reach their full potential. As a mentor I have supported health workers from the Ministry of Health in delivering ‘cascade training’ with their colleagues. … Read more …

Miata Johnson, Tanzania

Miata, Nurse and Public Health Officer with UNHCR, was part of a cohort of primary care clinicians we supported on managing NCDs in refugee settings: “Following training with PCI we established a clinic for diabetes in the camp. From the Training of Trainer method, clinicians were able to cascade training to other staff. This means … Read more …

Dr Osama Saidoun, Libya

Osama participated in training as part of our EU-funded project with IRC in Libya: “The key advantages of the recent digital training from PCI were the comprehensive content, and the discussion sessions (webinars) carried out through Zoom with excellent professional trainers in terms of knowledge and performance. Any training at present is challenging due to … Read more …