Trainings

HELP's Nutrition Institute has been involved in training on of government and non-government health workers. HELP has also conducted trainings for the HCP of Agha Khan Health Services Pakistan. It has conducted trainings of Government Health care workers in collaboration with UNICEF, WFP and WHO. Trainings have been conducted for HELP's own staff including doctors, LHVs, LHW's, Nutrition Counselors, Health Workers and Social Mobilizers.     Recently HELP Conducted trainings for:

  • HCP of Merlin on management of stabilization centre.
  • Community workers of TRDP in District Tharparkar on integrating Nutrition and WASH.
  • Community workers of BRAC Pakistan in Shireen Jinnah Colony, Karachi on Primary Health Care.
  • HCP of Pakistan Rangers, Sadhao region, District Sanghar on identification of malnourished children.
   

Very shortly trainings will be offered as short and medium courses of two weeks to four weeks. These will cater to paramedics and nurses. These courses will include training for breastfeeding skills, complimentary feeding demonstrations and community mobilization for nutrition, community based management of malnutrition.

Health Education & Literacy Programme

HELP is a non-government, Community Based Primary Health Care and Education Programme working in various Katchi Abadies of Karachi and Sanghar and has tax exemption status. HELP comprises of professionals including doctors, social workers, chartered accountants, and lawyers, committed to the development of Primary Health Care.


Annual Audit Report

Health Education and Literacy Programme
Narrative Report
January –December, 2009

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