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Call for Applications: WHO Healthy Islands Recognition 2019

Have you thought about applying for the Healthy Islands Recognition Award?

WHO Healthy Islands Recognition 2019

The WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific is now inviting Governments, local authorities (city councils, provinces, districts and villages), communities, organizations (including schools, workplaces, faith-based groups) and civil society groups in the 22 Pacific island countries and areas (PICs) to submit applications for Healthy Islands Recognition 2019 under the ‘best practice’ and ‘best proposal’ categories.

The Healthy Islands Recognition Award was intended to encourage PICs to innovate and demonstrate effective and efficient ways of promoting and protecting the health of their populations.

There will be two winners from each of the two categories. Winners will receive up to 10,000 USD to further develop the project or programme set out in the application.

Please share this with other individuals/organizations whose work could also be an inspiration to other Pacific Island Countries.

To apply and for further information please follow this link: https://www.who.int/docs/default-source/wpro—documents/dps/call-for-application-2019-form.pdf?sfvrsn=75d45568_6

Don’t miss this opportunity to be recognized for your work to improve the health and quality of life of Pacific islanders.

 

Deadline for submission: 31st May 2019

 

Contact information
Applications and queries should be sent to the following address by email (printed copies may be sent, however only those received by the deadline will be considered).

Applications to be sent to the following emails:

Postal address:

  • World Health Organization – South Pacific Office
    33 Ellery Street, PO Box 113, Suva, Fiji
    Telephone: 679-323-4100
    Facsimile: 679-323-4166

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