Connecting economic growth, social equity and sustainable environment is the resource “energy”. According to the United Nations, development is not possible without sustainable energy (UN 2012). Energy policy is not on a basic condition for economic and industrial development but also critical for health. Thus, reducing poverty and providing health for all is linked to ensuring universal and sustainable access to modern day energy as indicated in within the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The three-day training is to enable participants to demonstrate familiarity with the synergy between energy and health, implications of energy policies and goals on health and health disparity.
By the end of the training, participants should be able to: –
The course will consist of presentations, exercises, small group discussions and review of key readings.
Health policy makes, planners and managers of health services, Energy policy makers, researchers and academics interested in social and economic determinants of health, development studies/economics and associated fields
Dr Olufunke Alaba: An Economist with specialization in Health Economics, Senior Lecturer at Health Economics Unit, the School of Public Health and Family Medicine, University of Cape Town.
₦55, 000 (Individual), ₦50, 000 (Individuals in Group Registration)
August 29th - 31st, 2016 by10am Daily
@CPEEL Seminar Room, 7 Parry Road, University of Ibadan. Ibadan Oyo State