University seminar series on maternal, newborn and child health in the developing world
Canada's International Development Research Centre and Aga Khan Foundation Canada have partnered for the 2013 University Seminar Series: Saving a Generation: Maternal, Newborn and Child Health in the Developing World. One of the speakers, Umaira Ansari, a CIET researcher, will present on the Nigeria Evidence-based Health System Initiative. The series will be held in universities across Canada in October and November, 2013.
• Sisawo Konteh, Director of Outreach Services for Aga Khan Health Services, Tanzania, and
• Umaira Ansari, Communications Coordinator for the Nigeria Evidence-based Health System Initiative
The public lectures are free to attend, however online registration is required. For details on time and location, follow the registration link for the seminar you wish to attend.
Oct. 30, University of Ottawa, Ottawa Register here
Nov. 4, Memorial University, St. John's Register here
Nov. 5, Dalhousie University, Halifax Register here
Nov. 6, McGill University, Montreal Register here
Nov. 7, Western University, London Register here
Nov. 8, University of Toronto, Toronto Register here
For more information about the speaker series: