IF Prevention Consultancy Clinic
30 January 2019 // As part of our IF Global Prevention Initiative (IFGPI) work, we have been discussing new ways in which we can more actively work with, and engage our members more in prevention activity. To that end, we ran the first pilot prevention clinic earlier this month, with representatives from IF member organisations in Uganda and Malawi.
The format proved very successful, and we have had some great, positive feedback from both of the members involved, and also from those who listened in to the discussion. As result, we are now delighted to be able to extend this opportunity to all IF member organisations that are either involved in, or would like to be involved in prevention in their country. We hope that you will be as excited as we are about the potential of this new initiative!
The clinics will run every month, with each session lasting around one hour, and will be hosted by a team, comprising of Lieven Bauwens (Secretary General), Martine Austin (Programme Manager Global Prevention), Anna Verster (Senior Adviser of Food Fortification), Renee Jopp (Communicatons Officer), and other IF staff as and when appropriate.
The clinics will take place in a private group online, and you will be able to raise your particular concerns and issues, and let us know where you need support. Other IF members are also invited to listen to the discussion (but not be actively involved), as there is so much we can all learn from each others successes and challenges.
If you would like to book onto a future clinic, or would like more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible to secure your slot.