Health equity is achieved when everyone can attain their full potential for health and well-being, and no one is disadvantaged from achieving this potential because of social position or other socially determined circumstances. (CDC)

The pandemic has accentuated disparities in vaccine delivery, access to essential services, and the structures of health systems. Through partnerships, collaboration and training, TEPHINET and FETPs around the world are working to provide access to health services for all, promoting equity and diversity in the health workforce, build community capacity to withstand public health threats, and ensure care for vulnerable populations.

We invite you to read our 2021 Annual Report, in which we highlight just a few of the ways that the global FETP network is addressing these challenges.

Thanks to people like those featured in the report, and to our partners and donors, we continue our work to build stronger public health systems in every country. Thank you to all who contributed stories for the report, including FETP directors, trainees, and graduates.

We hope you enjoy this year's report!

View the Report

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