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03 Nov 2020
CRVS Fellowship Program
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The University of Melbourne, as part of the Bloomberg Data for Health (D4H) Initiative, is  launch another round of the CRVS Fellowship Program. The Program is aimed at enabling CRVS professionals from low and middle-income countries to work remotely on CRVS projects with support, resources and skills development from experts at the University of Melbourne. Selected Fellows will work to build their own technical capacity and enhance the institutional quality, sustainability and policy utility of CRVS systems.

The submission deadline for applications is 15 November. To read more about the requirements for application, as well as the expected work outputs, please visit the D4H CRVS Gateway website here.

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