A time for action: developing and testing an educational package on the Climate Change-Migration-and-Health(care) nexus to help prepare postgraduate primary care providers in building climate-resilient and migrantinclusive health services

01 January 2021 → 31 August 2022
Federal funding: VLIR-UOS
Research disciplines
  • Social sciences
    • Development planning and policy
  • Medical and health sciences
    • Environmental health and safety
Educational package Climate change migration health healthcare
Project description

This project aims to create a culturally appropriate, active learning, location-relevant education package – using a train-the-trainer model to maximise impact – for primary care providers in Sub-Sahara Africa focussing on the connections between climate change, migration and health(care). The package will educate and empower primary care providers to train others and to contribute their insights regarding how to make health systems more climate-resilient and migrant-inclusive.