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SMP - Geoff Earl
SMP - Geoff Earl
SMP - Geoff Earl
SMP - Geoff Earl
SMP - Geoff Earl
SMP - Geoff Earl
SMP - Geoff Earl
SMP - Geoff Earl
SMP - Geoff Earl
SMP - Geoff Earl
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    • 1. Partnership Working in Malawi Geoff Earl Royal College of Nursing, Scotland
    • 2. RCN Scotland
      • 400,000 members in UK
      • 40,000 members in Scotland
      • International Office London Based
      • RCN UK linked to ICN/Europe
      • Limited experience of International work
      • Internationally Recruited Nurses group
    • 3. Scotland Malawi Holyrood Conference
      • 3 rd November 2005
      • 5 Plenary Sessions
      • (1) Investing in People: Health
      • (5) Getting Systems Right: Accountability, Media and Civil Society
      • Weak Trade Unions
    • 4. Partnership of Initial Planning
      • Scottish Government
      • Humanitarian Fund
      • ICN Geneva
      • National Organisation of Nurses and Midwives of Malawi
      • Norwegian Nurses Association
      • Voices on the Ground
    • 5. Fact Finding Visit
      • January 2007
      • NONM
      • Norway
      • Malawi Government
      • Regulatory bodies
      • Nurses on the ground
      • What ‘gaps’ were there?
    • 6. Plan Of Action
      • Build capacity of NONM
      • Encourage ‘Partnership’ working between Government and NONM
      • Encourage Scottish Branch’s to twin with Malawi Branch’s
    • 7. Inputs: Capacity
      • Further 3 trips completed
      • Four day governance workshop for activists
      • Four day workshop for media
      • Nine month young female leadership course
    • 8. Inputs: Twinning
      • Seven Branch’s twinned
      • 11 Malawi groups supported
      • Home of Hope
      • Football and netball teams supported
    • 9.
        • Early reporting to Scottish Government
        • Award of RCN Honory Fellowship to Dorothy Ngoma, NONM
        • Meeting with Health Minister Khumbo Kachali
      Inputs: Partnership working
    • 10. Lessons Learnt
      • What is being done and by whom
      • What is actually needed
      • What is realistic
      • Who else can be involved: Partners!
      • Look outside the box

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