Please submit the completed application by January 31, 2021.

The Epidemiology and Modeling of Infectious Diseases in the Humanitarian Setting training is developed and administered by the READY initiative, a USAID/BHA funded consortium of partners led by Save the Children to augment global capacity for non-governmental organizations to respond to large-scale infectious disease outbreaks. For more information on READY, visit our website at

The goal of this training is to equip participants with foundational infectious disease epidemiology and modeling concepts, and to have a better command of the interpretation of common data that is available for humanitarian emergencies. It will also explain and demonstrate how the data translates to models and scenario planning in large-scale disease outbreaks and prepares the learner to engage with and make use of epidemiological data and models in a variety of outbreaks. Upon completion, participants should be able to use epidemiological data, models, and scenarios to inform their humanitarian work.

This training is composed of approximately 2 hours of online, self-paced training videos, and approximately 6 hours of live Zoom meetings, over a period of 2 weeks. 
Applicants should expect to hear from READY on the status of their application by no later than Friday, February 8, 2021.

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