The Health and Education Policy Project (HEP+) is part of a global initiative implemented jointly by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and Palladium Group, subject to availability of funds.
HEP+ seeks to improve the policy background for a fair and sustainable provision of healthcare services, supplies, and provision systems through the development and implementation of policies. In addition, HEP+ pursuits strengthening the country’s entities to explore complex environments during the design, implementation, and funding of policies aligned with national healthcare priorities.
The main actions addressed, among other components, are to foster promotion and policy dialogue process for the healthcare reform. This also includes development of tools and processes to improve governance, funding, decentralization, human resources, information systems, management, and provision models. Objective of contracting radio stations to broadcast education programs.
Raising awareness and educating population by providing solid basis to defend and advocate on matters fostered by civil society networks through dynamic, interactive, and understandable radio programs.
Building capacities of Western High plateau municipalities is necessary for them not to be left behind or set aside from the decentralization process due to a low score in the preparation to assume delegated competencies (PRECODE).
HEP+ convenes post-secondary education organizations present in the high plateau and with technological capacities to offer online courses to coordinate the implementation of a certificate course on planning, childhood, adolescence, and youth offices, water, and sanitation offices management for municipal technicians with complete high school (technical university degree, desirable). The course will last 160 hours that include direct teaching (at least 8 hours per week) and practice activities for a total of 12 weeks.
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