Here are the Project Country Partners for the Trans4m-PH project.

BRAC James P Grant School of Public Health, BRAC University (BRAC JPGSPH) is the Lead Coordinator for the project, responsible for overseeing the tasks of all three national institutes and tracking progress to ensure all milestones are met. It will also redesign the curricula of three modules from their Master of Public Health (MPH) Programme to make it student centric and competency based and the faculty will receive training for teaching these modules.

International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD) at Independent University Bangladesh (IUB) ICCCAD at IUB represents one of the partner country organizations, a key beneficiary partner for this project. ICCCAD, jointly with School of Environmental Science and Management (SESM) at IUB, will provide faculty members to be trained on competency based curriculum and learner-centric PH learning methodologies.

Asian University of Women (AUW) is a key partner in this project along with JPGSPH being the lead. AUW has identified a number of curriculum and pedagogy areas to build capacity during implementation of this project based on competence based approaches. AUW runs a very dynamic Center for Teaching and Scholarship (CTS) aiming at fostering academic excellence at Asian University for Women. The center is expanding into providing its academic expertise to educators and other professionals in Bangladesh and the region. It will reform its courses taught at the undergraduate level.

Here are the Programme Country Partners for the Trans4m-PH project.

Institute of Development Studies (IDS) is responsible for training in Competency-based Learner-centric PH Learning Methodologies and Faculty Facilitator development for this project. It will maintain oversight of the pedagogical development and learning aims as curriculum are re-drafted, re-designed, and edited. IDS will also play a particular role in reviewing (both face-to-face and through remote coaching) the quality of all the PH course materials and Faculty Facilitator development manual produced by the 3 national institutes.

Maastricht University (UM) will provide support, expertise and quality assurance on developing a competency based curriculum and innovative restructuring of the PH master courses offered by HEI’s. This role is based on UMs experience, and research on student centred, problem- based, teaching and learning methodologies, that is conducted in its Global Health education, as well as a range of short courses and postgraduate courses for PH professionals such as the MSc in Governance and Leadership in European Public Health. Additionally, UM’s specific thematic area of Global Health will provide and exchange multi-disciplinary expertise in key themes such as health systems governance and management, health workforce development.