HealthNet TPO is a Dutch aid agency that works on health in areas disrupted by war or disasters. In these areas people are facing the immense task of rebuilding society while they suffer from poverty, diseases and the emotional consequences of conflict. We use ‘health’ as both a goal and means: the goal is to reach accessible health care for all. By working on that together with local communities we use ‘health’ as a means to bring people together and to restore mutual trust.
Competent specialist and non-specialist therapists are needed to increase availability of effective psychological treatment. Current training programs and research trials are limited by the lack of competence assessment tools that can be easily administered across a range of cultural settings and intervention programs. We developed the ENhancing Assessment of Common Therapeutic factors (ENACT) scale to meet these needs.
10 miles is quite a distance, especially if you have to walk it. Most people have never even run such a distance. For some people finishing the “Dam tot Damloop” can be their biggest challenge, while others strive to break their personal record. Anyhow, running for HealthNet is a unique chance to push your boundaries.
"Including people in social networks with access to financial service can be done at very low cost. This increases security, connects diaspora’s with home societies, builds trust and economic development." says Willem van de Put, Director at HealthNet TPO on INCLUDE, the knowledge platform on inclusive development policies.
HealthNet TPO is looking for a responsible&active County Project Coordinator in Raga County, South Sudan. HealthNet TPO's programme in South Sudan dates from 1996 and aims to contribute improving the overall health situation and supports the development of systems for the provision of health care. HealthNet TPO actively seeks to expand its present programme with relevant project and funding opportunities.
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