To provide PAHO/WHO staff with basic skills on gender mainstreaming in health. The elearning builds familiarity with how gender operates as a determinant of health, guides guides participants through basic steps of applying gender responsive planning to their work, and introduces the basic skills to integrate gender concerns into public health practice.
Increase knowledge and awareness of how outcomes in health are related to sex, gender norms, roles, relations and other determinants of health.
Initiate the building of core analytical skills for gender analysis and its application in a public health context.
Understand how the health sector can use gender analysis tools to effectively reduce health inequities
The Virtual Campus of Public Health is grateful for their support and commitment to the Global Alliance for healthcare workers (GHWA),
the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation for Development (AECID) and the Network of Health of Cuba (INFOMED).
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