The Centre for Gender Studies is currently developing training (and training resources) on the following topics:
Healthcare in dangerous and emergency response situations
Professional skills training for mid-wives on COVID 19 response
Watch this space for details of future training sessions available through the Learning Hub
Zabba’u Shehu listens for the fetal heart rate during her shift at Rogo General Hospital in northeast Nigeria.
in nursing and midwifery science and practice. A continuing course for the renewal of license to practice for 3 credit units.
This course will take place at the Centre for Gender Studies premises at Bayero University Kano which is registered as a Private Provider by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria (NMCN).
Since its inception in 2012, the program has trained more than 6,600 women.
The Human Resources for Health (HRH) Learning Hub aims to support transformation of Nigeria’s health workforce by providing access to learning, evidence and technical advice.
One of the Learning Hub’s primary objectives is to advance knowledge and awareness on human resources for health issues.
As well as being a repository for information and resource centre, the Hub aspires to be a unit for promoting excellence and professionalism in human resources for health both within and outside of Kano State.
The HRH Learning Hub draws on the learning, knowledge and experience gained during the implementation of the UK aid-funded Women for Health programme.