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  1. The World Health Organization’s (WHO)Health Academy currently provides 15 self-paced e-Learning courses, offered in multiple languages. Specifically, these courses provide “hands-on practice with automated feedback giving the learner immediate correction of errors, and offers effective learning and instruction at the learner’s own pace.” 
  1. OpenWHOis WHO’s new, interactive, web-based platform that offers online courses to people preparing to work in epidemics, pandemics and health emergencies or already doing so. The OpenWHO platform delivers WHO’s and partners’ expertise closer to where it is needed and provides information in user-friendly formats for frontline responders and decision-makers. The platform is managed by WHO’s Department for Infectious Hazards Management, in Geneva, Switzerland.
  1. The Pan American Health Organization (PANO) and World Health Organization (WHO) have a new e-Learning course on Human Rights and Health, which is available in English, Spanish, French, and Portuguese. The course is free and is self-paced.
  1. People’s Open Access Education Initiative (Peoples-uni), which is a part of the Global Health Workforce Alliance and the World Health Organization (WHO), provides e-learning opportunities, specifically for those with some degree of education or work experience in the field. Peoples-uni, furthermore, “provides an educational portfolio leading to a Certificate and Diploma in Public Health based on being shown to have met the competences identified in 4 or 8 of the course modules respectively.” Courses must be paid for and follow a schedule.
  1. Agrilinks Trainingoffers self-paced online courses and learning on various USAID Feed the Future Food Security and Agriculture priority areas, including an Overview of Feed the FutureIntroduction to Food Security, and Logical Framework Analysis
  1. BMJ Learningallows users to customize their learning experience in selecting their profession (i.e. paramedic, student, etc.), thus providing users with their own individual experience. Users must have a membership, although registering gives you access to more than 100 free modules.
  1. The Center for Clinical Global Health Education (CCGHE), offered through Johns Hopkins University, provides registered users with free courses in the following categories: HIV/AIDS; Biostatistics; Bioethics; Laboratory Course; General Medicine; and eLearning Training. All of the courses are self-paced and can be taken at any time. Certificates may be issued at the time of course completion.
  1. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) contains a myriad of e-Learning courses of “instructional design and usability best practices manifested through sound learning objectives, use of media, interactivity, and technical operation.” Users chose their own courses and complete them at their own pace. These courses are provided for free.
  1. Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH)offers a collection of free training modules produced by a variety of organizations on a variety of topics, including non-communicable diseases, and priority and vulnerable populations.
  1. orgoffers a library of free cutting-edge eLearning courses on critical topics such as Humanitarianism, Programs & Operations, Protection, Management & Leadership, Staff Safety & Security, Staff Welfare, and Soft Skills.


  1. FutureLearn, powered by The Open University (OU) in partnership with the U.K. government, provides a collection of free, open, online courses from leading universities. 
  1. Violence and Injury Prevention (VIP)offered by Education Development Center and World Health Organization delivers users with 20 self-paced, free online lessons addressing violence and injury prevention in the following categories: foundation and methods; unintentional injuries; violence and intentional injuries; and societal responses to injury and violence.
  1. Research Ethics Training Curriculumoffered by FHI 360 covers the basic principles of research ethics which form the foundation of all human subjects regulations. It also covers informed consent, the responsibilities of researchers and research ethics committees, and community participation in the research process.
  1. The HRH Global Resource Center, a management service of CapacityPlus, a USAID-funded project led by IntraHealth International, provides users with free courses in the health sector, including human resources, informatics, and health service delivery. Users will create an account for free, providing them with an “enrollment key,” which will allow them to access a variety of courses, some of which are offered in cohort over the course of several weeks.
  1. Management Sciences for Health offers LeaderNet, a global community of health professionals working to strengthen health systems in low- and middle-income countries. LeaderNet offers courses and online seminars, opportunities for networking with colleagues and joining professional groups, and access to practical information and tools.
  1. MEASURE Evaluation, which is funded through USAID, offers multiple courses related to monitoring and evaluation (M&E), all of which are free. Participants can opt to take courses which would be credited towards the certificate program (contingent upon a sufficient score of 80% on the final exam, as well as providing feedback). All of these certificate and non-certificate courses can be taken in several hours, depending on the pace of the participant.
  1. The National Institutes of Health through the Fogarty International Centeroffer a variety of free eLearning resources. Resources include training courses, MOOCs and course materials (presentations, videos, reading lists, visual aids, articles), resource centers and resource networks. 
  1. ORBoffers quality-assured, free, open-licensed, mobile-ready learning materials for frontline health workers. There are collections on family planning, antenatal care, labor & delivery, newborn care, child health, nutrition, Zika, and WASH. Anyone is able to submit their materials to ORB, but before they go live on the site, they must be reviewed for medical accuracy, digital optimization, and trainability. 
  1. The UN System Staff Collegeprovides free courses with modules created to “give you an overview of UN approach to supporting capacity development efforts of governments and civil society partners, through UN Common Country Programming Processes (CCPP).” These courses are taken at a user’s own pace and are available in English, Arabic, French, Portuguese, and Spanish.
  1. UNICEF offers a 40-minute, web-based Disability Orientationfor its staff that includes interesting and thought-provoking statements, resources, and good practices from UNICEF and partners from across the globe. The objective of the orientation is to strengthen understanding of, and capacity to support, programming for children and women with disabilities. 

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