D8.2 KoM (20-21 January 2022)
The Project’s Kick-Off Meeting (KOM) was the first ever official meeting of the project and therefore the first time the project was presented to the public. All the partners were present: the University of Pavia, the European Universities of Granada and Pilsen, the Mediterranean Universities Union (UNIMED) and the six Libyan Universities of Zawya, Misurata, Tripoli, Sirte, LIMU and Sebha.
The event organisation included a welcome session on January 20th attended by Universities’ rectors and vice rectors and by important diplomats, including ambassadors. To follow there was an Academic session in the afternoon divided into three different panels: Healthcare and Medicine in time of crisis: needs and proposals , Health Management and the role of Higher Education,Health and Islam and crisis in Libya. In every panel professionals from the sector will present related papers and study cases. The second day instead was mostly dedicated to an investigation of the SAHA project, operated with joint presentations of the several Project WPs, made by European and Libyan partners.
D8.2 Mid-term project Partner Meeting in Sirte (23-24 March 2022)
The Saha Partner Meeting in Sirte dealt with only WP2,WP3 and WP4. The Issues analysed were the following: for what concerns WP2 New and updated curricula for the postgraduate trainings in Health Management and Planning and commitment for the accreditation procedure for the new and updated curricula. Regarding WP4, 1st staff training week in Granada (13-21 May 2022), activities (training) online (June-December 2022), 2nd staff training week in Pavia (12-18 September 2022), validation of nominations for WP4 training weeks and finally implementation of the data centres and equipment, equipments priorities and purchasing plan. In the end a WP3 roundtable was organised, by the leader of the WP, to highlight the need for a clear plan of action.
D8.2 Mid-term project Partner Meeting in Pavia (12-14 May 2022)
The main objective of this mid-term Partner Meeting was to go further with the accreditation process of the SAHA courses in the new or updated masters in Libyan universities (WP2), the discussion related to the creation and implementation of the Data Centers (WP5), and the discussion related to the creation of a stakeholders committee for the policy dialogue (WP3). However, the meeting touched all the main issues related to all the WPs.
D8.2 Mid-term project Partner Meeting in Pilsen (10-11 October 2022)
The Saha Partner Meeting in Plzen deals with only a few of the project’s WPs, i.e. the most discussed and sensitive points, including: for what concerns WP2 the accreditation and approval of the report for the WP2 and of course the final updates on the kick-off of the teaching activities, regarding WP5 data centers, the approval of the Data Centres Plan, the approval of the typology of data collection and equipments and tender: agreement on the procedure, for WP3 a presentation of the framework for a syllabus in Crisis Management and Policy Dialogue. Concerning WP4, the assessment of the mid-term needs following one teaching semester, a planning for the online training and a planning for the final training week. In the end WP8, which points refer to the mid-term report, staff-costs and timesheets, payment procedures and tender procedure.
D8.2 Project Partner Meeting in Tripoli (30 aprile 2023)
The partner meeting in Tripoli was the third occasion for all partners, both Libyan and European, to meet each other in person. The main objectives of this meeting were related mainly to the Trial process of the SAHA courses in the new or updated masters in Libyan universities (WP5) in order to discuss if there are any specific needs from the Libyan universities related to SAHA courses; the Data Centers (WP5) in order to finalize a decision on the development of the Data Centers; the Policy Dialogue (WP3) in order to discuss the need to improve WP3 deliverables and present the framework for a syllabus in Crisis Management and Policy Dialogue; the Management (WP8) in order to discuss the payment of staff-costs.