A few member of GloHSA were very proud to support the first „Comprehensive Medical Support in Complex Emergencies“ course at the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre in Accra, Ghana. This course aimed to promote an integrated health response through enhanced interoperability across civilian and military actors in complex emergencies. Networking was considered to be a key and important tool for a successful and comprehensive response.
Privileged to have such a tremendous team of facilitators from the UNHQ DMOSH, UN Mission MINUSCA, Former UK Surgeon General, Kings College London, UK Defence Medical Service, Nevada Medical Intelligence Center, Harvard Medical School/Kennedy School, Charles University Prague, Akkon University, GIDS and our hosts in Accra the Ghana Red Cross, 37 Military Hospital and KAIPTC.
More importantly is the feedback and inputs from the course participants being at the frontline of health complex emergencies which is making this course a huge source of knowledge and brings problem solving to another level.