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INMP - WHO Collaborating Center on Health and Migration Evidence and Capacity Building
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WHO Collaborating Center on Health and Migration Evidence and Capacity Building

The World Health Organization has designated the National Institute for Health, Migration and Poverty - INMP as a WHO Collaborating Center on Health and Migration Evidence and Capacity Building. Here find attached the INMP designation letter. The designation as a WHO Collaborating Centre will be effective for a period of four years, as from 30 April 2019 and will automatically end on 30 Aprile 2023 unless redesignation has been approved by WHO before that date.

Terms of Reference:

  1. To support WHO in the development of the 2018 WHO European Refugee and Migrants' Health Publication
  2. To support WHO in the development of the WHO European guidance on health checks for migrants, refugees and asylum seekers at the borders

Subjects:

  1. Health information; statistics; measurement & trend assessment
  2. Research policy & development
  3. Health systems research & development

Types of activity:

  1. Collection and collation of information
  2. Product development (guidelines; manual; methodologies; etc.)
  3. Training and education

WHO Outputs:

  • A social determinants of health approach to improving health and reducing health inequities integrated in national, regional and global health programmes and strategies, as well as in WHO
  • Indirect management and administration of Access to medicines and health technologies and strengthening regulatory capacity
  • Improved country policies, capacities and intersectoral actions for addressing the social determinants of health and reducing health inequities through “health-in-all-policies”, governance and universal health coverage approaches in the proposed sustainable development goals

More details are available on WHO Collaborating Centres global database 

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WHO CC Activities

 
     

Capacity building

     

Products

     

Other Activities

     
                       
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WHO CC Focus on

     
Technical Guidance on "Strategies and interventions on preventing and responding to violence and injuries among refugees and migrants"
 

Strategies and interventions on preventing and responding to violence and injuries among refugees and migrants (2020)

This technical guidance outlines current evidence, knowledge and best practice relating to incidences of violence and injuries among refugees and migrants in the WHO European Region. It highlights key principles, summarizes priority actions and challenges, maps existing international commitments and frameworks and provides practical policy considerations for preventing and responding to such challenges.

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Winter School on Health and Equity 2019 in Rome
 

Winter School on Health and Equity 2019

The one week Winter School on The Quest for Health equity in the Mediterranean context: focusing on migrants and on the poor is carried out jointly by INMP and UCL Institute of Health Equity, from 16th to 20th December 2019, at the INMP venue in Rome.

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Official presentation of the WHO Report in Rome, on May 6th 2019
 

WHO report on the health of refugees and migrants in the European Region

Official presentation of the WHO Report in Rome, on May 6th 2019

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Report on the health of refugees and migrants in the WHO European Region
 

Report on the health of refugees and migrants in the WHO European Region (2018)

The  WHO  Report  on  the  Health  of  Refugees  and  Migrants  in  the  WHO  European  Region  creates  a  source of baseline evidence. The report is the result of a joint effort between the WHO Regional Office for Europe and the Italian National Institute for Health, Migration and Poverty (INMP).

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