The MENTOR Initiative has over 14 years of experience in carrying out evidence-based disease control programmes and building capacity in malaria and vector borne disease control globally. To date, over 1500 individuals from NGOs, national partners, UN agencies, donors, suppliers and the media have participated in MENTOR’s training programmes.
We run one-day specialist workshops developed in partnership with USAID, WHO and Durham University for staff and personnel of interested organisations to expand the evidence base for integrated vector management in emergency settings in controlling major outbreaks of vector borne disease. Diseases covered will include Malaria, Dengue, Zika and Leishmaniasis.
We look forward to welcoming Policy Makers, Senior Health Managers, International NGOs, UN Agencies, Donors, National Disease Control Programs, Ministries of Health and Private Sector Partners.
The workshop presents the rational for integrating tools and strategies for diseases transmitted by vectors and present logical approaches to planning these control programmes using an integrated vector management in emergencies toolbox.
If you would like to learn more and receive a quote for MENTOR to facilitate one of these workshops in your organisation, please e-mail* Hendrik Sauskojus at email@example.com, indicating the country of interest and potential dates for the training.
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