Household Air Quality Management (To Improve Health & Protect the Environment)

Duration:  1 Weeek

Course Fees:  USD 700.00

 

2020 Training Schedule

Jul 20-24

Dec 7-11

Target: Health workers such as Community Health Extension Workers, Public Health Officers, Health Promotion Officers and other professionals working in the Energy and Environment sector such as Architects, Engineers and Energy officers involved in green projects

Course Description

This course targets health workers such as Community Health Extension Workers (CHEWs), Public Health Officers/Environmental Health Officers, (EHOs), Health Promotion Officers and other professionals who are working in the Energy and Environment sectors such as Architects, Engineers and Energy officers involved in green projects within the African region.

The course aims at equipping participants with the knowledge and enhancing understanding of household energy, including fuel and technology types and trends, the rationale for, and main recommendations of, the WHO Indoor Air Quality Guidelines for Household Fuel Combustion (2014) and their relevance to the management of Household Air Pollution (HAP).  The course also endeavours to improve  CHEWs,  EHOs other relevant health worker’s knowledge on the health symptoms experienced by people exposed to household air pollution, and the severe short-term and longer-term health impacts, including respiratory, circulatory, cancer, eye disease and adverse pregnancy outcomes.

GET IN TOUCH

 

Call:  +254 020 6993224 | +254 741 743 871

Email: [email protected]

Our thoughtful approach to admissions will help make your enrolment as easy as possible.

Overview

Duration:  1 Weeek

Course Fees:  USD 700.00

 

2020 Training Schedule

Jul 20-24

Dec 7-11

Target: Health workers such as Community Health Extension Workers, Public Health Officers, Health Promotion Officers and other professionals working in the Energy and Environment sector such as Architects, Engineers and Energy officers involved in green projects

Course Description

This course targets health workers such as Community Health Extension Workers (CHEWs), Public Health Officers/Environmental Health Officers, (EHOs), Health Promotion Officers and other professionals who are working in the Energy and Environment sectors such as Architects, Engineers and Energy officers involved in green projects within the African region.

The course aims at equipping participants with the knowledge and enhancing understanding of household energy, including fuel and technology types and trends, the rationale for, and main recommendations of, the WHO Indoor Air Quality Guidelines for Household Fuel Combustion (2014) and their relevance to the management of Household Air Pollution (HAP).  The course also endeavours to improve  CHEWs,  EHOs other relevant health worker’s knowledge on the health symptoms experienced by people exposed to household air pollution, and the severe short-term and longer-term health impacts, including respiratory, circulatory, cancer, eye disease and adverse pregnancy outcomes.

GET IN TOUCH

 

Call:  +254 020 6993224 | +254 741 743 871

Email: [email protected]

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Our thoughtful approach to admissions will help make your enrolment as easy as possible.

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