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01 Oct 2019
CRVS Fellowship Program
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The University of Melbourne, as part of the Bloomberg Data for Health (D4H) Initiative, hosts a CRVS Fellowship Program to build technical capacity in both individuals and institutions to enhance the quality, sustainability and policy utility of CRVS systems. The Program provides eligible applicants the opportunity to work on a CRVS project and receive intensive, one-on-one mentoring by University of Melbourne technical experts, to learn more broadly about CRVS systems and to establish networks within the international CRVS community. Selected participants will spend six weeks at the University of Melbourne with funding provided for travel, accommodation and incidentals. Eligibility information and application guidelines can be found here.

The submission deadline for the February 2020 fellowship is 31 October.

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