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11 October, 2018

Dear Hifa members,

As advised by Neil Pakenham-Walsh, I forward this message to you:

I noticed that you are still looking for technical support partners for your projects with regards to community health workers. I wondered whether www.cmepedia.net<http://www.cmepedia.net> could be of any help. This Bangalorean start up aims to bring accredited education to health care professionals and students in developing countries. However, its infrastructure can be used by community health workers too, as they are facing similar technical limitations to access online information as their colleagues.

CMEPEDIA can help to plan training of community health workers, give them access to free training or help them to ask for financial support for their training.

At this stage in its development, CMEPEDIA is looking for content for validation. I would be most grateful if you could suggest me who could provide me with educational material for community health workers, as we are keen for our ground work to start.

Looking forward to your response,

Kind regards,

Gerdje Emma Van Hoecke


Purva Venezia F block 1405

Yelahanka Bangalore 560064

Mobile India + 91 8147526766

Mobile Netherlands +31 655325980

Email emma@cmepedia.net<mailto:emma@cmepedia.net>

Skype Gerdje-emmavh

Twitter @EmmaHoecke

LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/in/gerdje-emma-van-hoecke-8b4a7551/?ppe=1

HIFA profile: Gerdje Emma Van Hoecke is Founder of CMEPEDIA, Bangalore, India/Netherlands. Twitter @EmmaHoecke

LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/in/gerdje-emma-van-hoecke-8b4a7551/?ppe=1

Email emma@cmepedia.net