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Fellow Raquel Barbosa de Lima from the Ministry of Health, Brazil

Fellowship project published by Brazilian Journal of Epidemiology

Brazilian Journal of Epidemiology publishes Raquel's fellowship project Investigation of garbage code deaths to improve the quality of cause-of-death in Brazil: results from a pilot study.
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Saman rolls out training to four countries in three months

Dr Saman Gamage, one of the Technical Advisers for the Data for Health (D4H) initiative at the University of Melbourne rolls out training to Myanmar, the Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka and the Philippines.
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Churches and the government come together in the Solomon Islands

Representatives from the member churches of the Solomon Islands Christian Association (SICA) met with officials from the Ministry of Health and Medical Services (MHMS) and Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) for a workshop on improving death registration led by University of Melbourne Data for Health.
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