Hospital Preparedness for Emergencies (HOPE)

HOPE supports countries to enhance the disaster resilience of medical facilities and works at the roots of the healthcare system to reduce risks to vulnerable countries. 

Since its introduction in 2003, HOPE has partnered with 11 countries to enhance the capacity of the medical fraternity to prepare them for mass casualties. The focus of this course is to advocate the development of a multi-hazard response system to effectively prepare hospitals to manage emergencies. 

 

The training program is not just designed for doctors, but also the non-medical and support staff such as administration, security, facility maintenance, and other support personnel from the laboratory, central supply, and dietary services to participate and benefit from the course. 

Proper coordination among the different health facility departments and prioritization of critical actions are the key messages of the HOPE course.

Highlights

Total Trained Graduates and Instructors

380
Graduates
10
Instructors

Country-wise Trained Graduates and Instructors

Bangladesh

Nepal

Pakistan

Case Studies

Thailand

Preparing hospitals for response: doctors at the forefront

Bangladesh

Harnessing HOPE for Reshaping the Future of Bangladesh Hospitals

Regional

Making countries self-reliant: Training PEER instructors

Bangladesh

Taking Medical Intern-ventions

Meet our Alumni

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