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The Global Influenza Programme (GIP) in WHO HQ Geneva seeks to recruit a consultant for the development of comprehensive communications strategies and supporting materials for several areas of work currently underway.Expected start date is 17 July 2017. Contract duration is 5 months. Below is a brief description of the work to be performed:
Activities for the Pandemic Influenza Severity Assessment Tool (PISA)
Activities for burden of disease (BoD)
Activities for global influenza situation reporting
Activities for risk assessment tools
Please see the attached terms of reference for more details on the activities and the expected qualifications.
Interested service providers should submit the following documents to WHOinfluenza@who.int by 7 July 2017, 23.59h (Geneva time):
We still have places available for our next workshop day on Friday, 9 June 2017 at Webster University Geneva.
Three one-day workshops will be run simultaneously including a networking lunch and coffee breaks where all participants can meet and discuss. The groups will be small – maximum 10-12 participants – to allow instructors to address specific needs.
Date: Friday, 9 June 2017
Time: 09h30 – 16h30
Location: Webster University Geneva, Route de Collex 15, 1293 Bellevue-Geneva, Switzerland.
Cost: 480 CHF for GCN members, 600 CHF for non-members
(includes a buffet lunch and tea/coffee)
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