• MoU with EMPHNET


    Abu-Ghazaleh and EMPHNET Sign MoU to Cooperate in Training Health Sector Staff

    – AMMAN –

    Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Professional Training Group (TAGI-TRAIN) and the Eastern Mediterranean Public Health Network (EMPHNET) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) under the patronage of Chairman of the group (TAG-Org) HE Dr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh, and the Executive Director of EMPHNET Dr. Mohannad Al-Nsour, to cooperate in providing training services for staff working in the health sector.
    The MoU stipulates the cooperation between the two parties by providing joint training in the field of epidemiology and also offering certification to health professionals completing the proposed training program. The two parties will also be providing TAG-Org’s services that include translation and ICT. These services will be provided through TAG-Org’s offices in countries where the Network has no offices.
    TAG-Org has offices in 85 countries around the world, while the Network has presence in Iraq, Egypt, Yemen, the KSA, Morocco, Jordan in addition to Afghanistan and Pakistan and 14 countries around the world.
    Dr. Abu-Ghazaleh highlighted the importance of the professional services TAG-Org Provides in various fields and particularly in the health domain. He also stressed the keenness of TAG-Org on providing its professional services in all fields that enhance the skills and efficiency of staff.
    This cooperation between both parties will be reflected in various training programs. These programs will focus on leadership and management in the health field and especially Emergency Management. The programs will be offered in Arabic and English and the training methods used will include   academic in-class training, field work and online activities.


    The joint program will target all staff working in the health field including doctors, nurses, midwives, and medical inspectors. Moreover, the needs of the health sector locally and regionally will be studied to provide the best-fitting training. Experiences of other entities working in the public health field will be taken into consideration, whereby they will be studied, assessed for their relevance, and adapted to fit the health needs of the region.
    From his end, Dr. Al-Nsour stated that the EMPHNET relentlessly seeks to provide health needs while contributing to the capacity building of public health professionals working in the field. EMPHNET always seeks to establish strategic partnerships with individuals, governments, and organizations locally and internationally as well as networks working in public health.
    Dr. Al-Nsour further added that the Network cooperates with countries of the Eastern Mediterranean Region to enhance public health systems towards the prevention and control of diseases. It also contributes to conducting research and practically communicates its research findings to decision makers in order to improve the health status of the region’s communities.