The Open Society Foundations (OSF) Documentary Photography Project is offering a grant to support alternative models for presenting and disseminating documentary photography in ways that advance social change.
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Location: Dakar, Senegal
Dates: May 7 2012 to May 25 2012
The African Centre for Advanced Studies in Management (CESAG) in Dakar, Senegal, in partnership with MEASURE Evaluation, will hold a workshop on Improving Routine Health Information Systems in Francophone Africa.
Location: University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana
Dates: June 25 2012 08:00 AM to July 06 2012 05:00 PM
MEASURE Evaluation, in partnership with the School of Public Health, University of Ghana, announces a Monitoring and Evaluation of Malaria Workshop for health professionals in Africa.
The Above the Fray fellowship is designed to give a promising journalist the opportunity to cover important but under-reported stories from a location not in the United States. Above the Fray, a fellowship in conjunction with National Public Radio (NPR) in the US, is the keynote programme of the John Alexander Project.
“Educating Youth for Responsible Global Digital Citizenship” is the theme of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) King Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa Prize for the Use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in Education. Funded by the Kingdom of Bahrain, the US$50,000 prize is divided between two winners. This prize rewards activities that demonstrate best practice as well as creative use of ICTs to enhance learning, teaching, and overall educational performance.
The Abraham Horwitz Award for Excellence in Leadership in Inter-American Health, created in 1975, honours creative public health leaders whose commitment to public health stimulates excellence among their peers, staff, and other public health professionals. This award recognises committed leaders and their contributions to public health resulting in region-wide improvements in the lives of the peoples of the Americas.
The Open Society Institute (OSI) invites photographers to submit a proposal and completed body of work for consideration in the Moving Walls group exhibition.
Moving Walls is an exhibition series that features in-depth explorations of human rights and social issues. Thematically linked to OSI's mission, Moving Walls is exhibited at OSI’s offices in New York, NY, and Washington, DC, United States, and includes seven discrete bodies of work.
The Clarence H. Moore Award for Excellence in Voluntary Service was established to recognise the benefits that the voluntary/non-governmental sector contributes to the public health mission and to improving the lives of the peoples of the Americas. This award calls attention to the achievements of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) performing work in the Latin America and the Caribbean Region to improve public health.
The Fred L. Soper Award for Excellence in Public Health Literature was created in 1990 to recognise significant contributions to health literature in the Latin America and the Caribbean Region and to promote the highest standards of research, specifically research that emphasises regional impact. A paper selected for the Fred L. Soper Award for Excellence in Public Health Literature will have high and far-reaching impact on policy and research with a focus in the region of the Americas, especially in Latin America and/or the Caribbean.