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The Centre of Excellence in Reproductive Health Innovation (CERHI) is a World Bank supported program at the University of Benin aimed at building capacity within West and Central Africa’s tertiary educational system for implementing high quality training and applied research for reproductive health professions to tackle policies and programs for reducing the region’s high burden of fertility, unsafe abortion, maternal mortality and HIV/AIDS. This program is being implemented by the University of Benin in collaboration with partner institutions – the University of Ibadan, the Nigerian Institute for Medical Research (NIMR), the University of Ghana, the University of Cotonou (Republic of Benin), the University of Medical Sciences, Ondo State, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, the University of Niger, Harvard School of Public Health, Queen’s University, Belfast, the University of Alabama, the University…
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APPLICATION FOR POSTGRADATE PROGRAMMES 2016/2017

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Applications are hereby invited from suitable qualified candidate for admission into the postgraduate programmes in the department of Health Economics, Community Health, Nursing, and Obstetrics and Gynaecology under the Centre of Excellence in Reproductive Health Innovation (CERHI). Note that this application concerns only the following programmes of the CENTRE of EXCELLENCE in REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH INNOVATION. (more…)
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2nd International Advisory Board (IAB) Workshop and 4th Expanded Project Management Committee (EPMC) Meeting

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The Board and Management for the Center for Excellence in Reproductive Health Innovation (CERHI) invites the general public, staff and students of the University of Benin to the 2nd International Advisory Board Workshop and 4th Expanded Project Management Committee (EPMC) Meeting. This event will take from the 5th of December 2016 to the 6th of December 2016. The venue is the University of Benin Banquet Hall. Time is 9:00am Prompt.  
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