Extremely valuable and important information in one place. Should the use of information and translation happen only through the local WHO offices and the ministries or in these hard times it is possible that organizations and schools can translate and replicate. Whom should they contact for the right to use it?
HIFA profile: Tatjana Kobb Tatjana Kobb is a Medical Doctor and founder of Boston Sustainability Advising. She has worked on developing strategic programs for international organizations, national services providers and universities from UNICEF and WHO to Qatar Petroleum and King Abdullah University of Science and Technology. In the past decades she has mastered stakeholder engagement and relationship management toward building strategic partnerships to ensure each organization’s mission can be realized to ensure the best interest of the served community. She is passionate about leading and enabling delivery of best services and products in line with the UN 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda and implementation of the 10 Principles of the UN Global Compact. Working on reaching the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by stakeholder engagement and performance improvement of governments and organizations she has a role in mentoring and supporting executives, as well as youth leaders in their career transition and development is in addition to her PhD work at the IEDC Bled School of Management and the GRI G4 reporting she conducts. She is a HIFA Country Representative and member of the HIFA working group on Information for Citizens, Parents and Children and the HIFA working group on Mobile Healthcare Information for All.