Find out the latest from the integrated African Health Observatory in the 7th issue of our Newsletter

10 November, 2022

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November 2022

Welcome to Issue #7 of the iAHO newsletter!

We are excited to share the seventh issue of 2022 of our bi-monthly newsletter, which will keep you up to date with all the latest news from the integrated African Health Observatory (iAHO). We cover issues touching on health information, health systems and services development, and the work of the Observatory with all the embedded platforms across the WHO African Region.

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In this issue:

Zoom in: Tracking Universal Health Coverage in the WHO African Region

iAHO video series : What is health information ?

People beyond the data

Knowledge generation capacity building workshops

iAHO technical support to Mali and Gambia

The Zambia NHO journey to institutionalization

iAHO embedded platform: AHOP face to face meeting

Latest publication: AHOP policy brief

Analytical Fact Sheet

African Region Early Childhood Development profiles

Suicide in the WHO African Region

Ageism in the WHO African Region

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HIFA profile: Pascal Mouhouelo is Head Librarian at WHO/AFRO. He is also a trainer for biomedical researchers using the HINARI Access to Research in Health Programme, which offers free or very low cost online access to the major journals in biomedical not-for-profit institutions in developing countries. He is also Coordinator of the African Index Medicus and the lead author of a PLOS Medicine 2006 article "Where There Is No Internet: Delivering Health Information via the Blue Trunk Libraries." which describes a practical way to address the local absence of internet and contemporary medical textbooks in many African health care settings. Pascal is a member of the HIFA working bgroup on Library and Information Services and is also a HIFA Country representative.

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