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As part of our undertaking to share our resources and expertise and to build the network for public health education in Africa and the global South, we have been part of collaborations whose collective aim is growing the Open Education Resources movement – which aims to make education resources freely available on the web.
The Programme Handbook
This annual report is dedicated to the memory of David Sanders, founding member, inspiration and guide for the Peoples Health Movement.
The School of Public Health at the University of the Western Cape, South Africa, equips graduates with the knowledge and skills to contribute to transforming the health and welfare sectors in developing countries and improving the health status of populations. Students can study while they work, and gain credits incrementally towards a Master of Public Health (MPH) or Post Diploma (PGD) in Public Health. These flexible, modular Programmes use text-based and e-learning as its learning media, with optional contact sessions in Cape Town in February/March and June/July every year.