TEPHINET would not exist without partnerships. As a network, we are defined by collaboration, and we recognize and embrace the creativity and energy that arises from it. Since our work extends across more than 100 countries, we must partner with others to achieve our objectives. Local governments and ministries, universities, research institutes, public health agencies, other non-profits and non-governmental organizations, and private sector companies all make up our diverse array of partners.
If you have an idea for how we can work together to strengthen public health systems through field epidemiology training, please email secretariat [at] tephinet [dot] org--we want to hear from you!
Below, we have listed two groups of partners:
Regional FETP networks collaborate with TEPHINET to conduct activities to strengthen field epidemiology training programs worldwide.
Project implementation partners are other partners with whom we work to administer dozens of public health projects around the world, many of which are related to supporting our member programs.
Each of our 71 member field epidemiology training programs is hosted within a parent organization (which might be a health ministry, public health agency, research institute, university, or other type of organization). We have not listed host organizations of our member programs since they are not necessarily project implementation partners of TEPHINET. If you would like to know where a particular FETP is housed, please search for it under Training Programs.