List of Past Activities


At the IBP Strategy meetings in 2011, the partners decided to drop the words "best practice" from their name and just become the IBP Initiative.

As a partnership we want to focus attention on the fact

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Between 2007 and 2011 IBP partners support advancing universal access and addressing social determinants of health by recognizing the sexual and reproductive health needs of people with

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Acknowledgements for the 2011 web site www.ibpinitiative.org

The IBP Consortium would like to thank Maggie Usher-Patel, Scientist/IBP Secretariat, WHO/RHR (retired), for the preparation of the

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April 4-15, 2011

Looking Beyond Numbers: Measuring the Value of Communities of Practice (CoPs) for Global Health.

The purpose of this two-week forum is to bring novices as well as veterans together

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March 2-16, 2011

Emergency contraception: How far have we come? What's new? What's next?

http://my.ibpinitiative.org/ICEC/ECAccess 

This two-week discussion explored evidence and issues related to the

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January 24 to February 4, 2011

www.knowledge-gateway.org/KMWG/communitiesofpractice

The purpose of this two-week discussion was to share experiences in using virtual communities of practice (CoPs) for

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2009: The contribution of health professions to primary health care and the global health agenda supported by WHO/RHR/IBP Secretariat and WHO Department of Human Resources for Health

Over 60

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Advancing universal access and addressing social determinants of health by IBP recognizing the sexual and reproductive health needs of people with disabilities.

In support of the Convention on the Rights

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8-16 November 2010

The purpose of this discussion was to inform the WHO guidance development process by exploring issues related to enhancing the effectiveness of different cadres of health workers

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At the IBP Africa launch partners were introduced to the WHO/UNFPA Strategic Partnership Program (SPP). The purpose of this programme is to promote the introduction and adaptation of guidelines from

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