In light of Antimicrobial Resistance Awareness week, from November 18th to November 24th, 2020, Dr. Diane Ashiru-Oredope of Public Health England has created a detailed, informative presentation about Antimicrobial Resistance. This presentation answers the important questions about Antimicrobial Resistance and it’s far-reaching consequences. The answers to the questions and range of implications may be surprising…
Peoples-uni student who has nearly completed the course has gained employment by a church group. She was tasked to coordinate the church response in marginalized communities, and developed a proposal that helped get a grant to purchase a few things useful for marginalized clinics. "The knowledge l acquired from my studies was really helpful in my planning and strategy development." 
Poster presentation about Peoples-uni at Manchester Festival of Public Health - July 2019. A number of tutors were present - here they are in front of the poster with our brochures

Congratulations to one of our graduates, Dr Aly Feroze, who has been awarded an Achievement Award by the American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians. 

Peoples-uni is delighted to announce a partnership with EUCLID University
I spent a few days in Pretoria to explore partnerships for Peoples-uni.   Many possibilities presented themselves and I am most grateful to my host, Flavia Senkubuge from the School of Health Systems and Public Health at the University of Pretoria for all the contacts she created.   
We are very excited to announce our new mobile-friendly website which is now live – please go and visit it, and share it with colleagues who may benefit from Peoples-uni courses and Programmes.  Our new flyer is also available on the site. On completion of the summer semester (2017a), the number of our Masters-level award graduates rose to 130 – Congratulations to our latest four graduates from Ghana, Kenya, and Nigeria!  They will again join our now sizable Alumni Network where our Masters-level Programme alumni are supporting each other to undertake research and the next steps of their public health careers.
We are very sorry to announce the death of Alec Tice who has been a Trustee, Treasurer and Great Friend of Peoples-uni. He developed much of the governance and financial processes that enable Peoples-uni to do it's work, and supervised the award of student bursaries. Alec was passionate about ensuring people have educational opportunities, and took great delight in the progress and success of the Peoples-uni students.
We are proud to announce that one of our beloved MPH graduates, Joel Ruvugo, who is currently a tutor on the Non-Communicable Disease module, has been nominated for Vice President Operations for African Union Ecosystem Based Adaptation for Food Security Assembly (EBAFOSA Tanzania).African Union Ecosystem Based Adaptation for Food Security Assembly (EBAFOSA) is the first inclusive pan-African policy framework and implementation platform, a solutio
A few weeks ago, we wrote that one of the Peoples-uni tutors, Katrina Roper was heading to Sierra Leone to support the work and efforts to stop the Ebola crisis.She has now returned from her work there and is intending to share her experiences, but she also pointed us to this blog, written by one of her colleagues:http://pfmhcolumbia.wo