NOTE: the below activities are available to all users of Agora. Many more opportunities are available to UNICEF Staff and NatCom learners once logged in.
Are we doing the right thing? Are we doing it right? How do we know? Strengthen your ability to deliver and demonstrate results for children with these self-paced e-modules on Results-Based Management.
Faisons nous ce qu'il faut? Le faisons-nous bien? Comment le savons-nous? Renforcez votre capacité à fournir et à démontrer l'obtention de résultats pour les enfants avec ces modules de formation en ligne sur la gestion axée sur les résultats (GAR).
This course shows country-level leaders and management how to establish or strengthen a National Logistics Working Group (NLWG). It reviews the tasks and documents involved to maintain adequate stock levels at all levels of the supply chain, from receiving, storing, monitoring, and issuing stocks of vaccines and supplies.
Vaccination should be among the high-priority health interventions implemented to limit the avoidable morbidity and mortality due to Vaccine Preventable diseases.
This course reviews the components of an effective repair and maintenance system for cold chain equipment, including procedures, reporting systems, policies, and resources.
The primary goal of the “Health Economics and Financing” course is to provide participants with the knowledge, skills and basic economic arguments that are central to discussions about health policy options and choices in developing countries.