FAIMER is pleased to announce the selection of five winners of its third annual Projects That Work competition. A representative of each project will be sponsored by FAIMER to attend the joint conference of The Network: Towards Unity for Health (TUFH) and the South African Association of Health Educationalists (SAAHE), to be held September 12-16 in Gauteng Province, South Africa. Winners will discuss their work during a panel session designed to give conference attendees insights about factors that have contributed to their projects’ success and sustainability.
The winners of the 2015 Projects That Work competition are:
A Arte de Nascer (The Art of Being Born)
Carolina Araújo Damasio Santos, Brazil
Diabetes Management in Rural Communities: Student Nurses Make a Difference Using Point-of-Care Testing
Aminkeng Zawuo Leke, Cameroon
Improving Health of Women in Garment Industries through Needs Assessment and Peer Health Education
Suvetha Kannappan, India
Sustaining Positive Change in MDG 4 and 5 through Building of “Village Aarogya Banks” in Rural and Tribal India
Vidyadhar Balkrishna Bangal, India
Using Service Learning to Develop Social Responsibility in Students and Improve Health of Women through Improved Health Literacy Action
Rukhsana Ayub Aslam, Pakistan
More detailed information on the 2015 winners and their projects will follow soon.
(posted June 16, 2015; updated June 1, 2016)