SCIH News

SCIH Update and Archive

  • SDC’s HPSS Project Improves Availability of Medicines in Dodoma, Tanzania
  • New ICATT/IMPACTT Website online
  • Rudolf Geigy Award to Fund Training of Health Professionals in Burundi
  • Update on Development of the Second Generation Global Malaria Action Plan (GMAP2)
  • Upcoming Event: Next Summer School for Healthcare Management in the Carpartian Mountains
  • Upcoming Event: Swiss TPH Spring Symposium, 23 April 2014, “Community Participation in Public Health: What Added Value in Research and Implementation?”
  • Recent Event: “Not without Us!” Youth and sexual and reproductive health in international cooperation – Medicus Mundi Switzerland Health Cooperation Symposium, 5 Nov., 2014
  • New Publication: Biennial Report of the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute
  • New Publication: Journal of Global Health: Integrated Community Case Management programming in Africa
  • Newly Awarded Projects (SDC Kosovo AQH, UNFPA A&Y Evaluation, World Bank Niger Safety Nets Project Survey
  • Staff News

 

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Swiss Centre for International Health

The Swiss Centre for International Health (SCIH) is a service department of the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (Swiss TPH). Our mission is to improve health systems and population access to effective health services worldwide.
 
We combine scientific knowledge and practical expertise and offer comprehensive, interdisciplinary and multi-sectoral services based on the experience of the Swiss TPH and its wider network of associates. We work with partners to respond to local needs, thus tailoring our services to the contexts and countries we work in.

 

Services

  • Long- and short term project management
  • Consultancy and advisory
  • Teaching and training
  • Operations research

 

Our main areas of expertise are represented by four units led by Nicolaus Lorenz. We are present in 60 countries and our over 140 specialists stem from 35 nations and over 20 professions. The SCIH flyer provides more detail on the various focuses and competencies represented by our team.

 

SCIH Thematic Focus Areas

  • Health technology and telemedicine
  • Sexual and reproductive health and HIV/AIDS
  • Systems performance monitoring and evaluation
  • Health systems support

 

The SCIH is also a WHO collaborating centre for health systems development providing advisory and implementation services in developing health systems worldwide. 

 

For more details on our activities and approach see our Portfolio, Mission Statement, Collaboration Guidelines and Services.