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What we do


Our mentorship Initiative refers to both advisory and educational roles to facilitate an individual’s learning and personal development. Each mentee will have a unique learning experience.


Peoples-Praxis aims to facilitate bi-directional research links within and between high and low- to middle-income countries to reinforce global research leadership through mentorship and collaboration.


Peoples-Praxis, registered as a charity in the UK, aims to support and empower graduates of master’s degrees in Public Health and related fields such as health management, monitoring and evaluation or health promotion.

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Get empowered and apply your skills and knowledge

Are you a graduate of master’s degree in Public Health and related fields who work in low-to middle-income countries, you can apply your skills and knowledge towards improving the health of your populations, through our practice-based experiential programme; Or you  are a professional with practical experience in Public Health and you would like the opportunity to pass on your skills to others.
Peoples-Praxis is the right platform to offer your expertise as a way of providing mentoring to mentees who might require guidance to develop their practical skills.

  • Peoples-Praxis foster a platform for participants to collaborate with others in the development, delivery or evaluation of one or more research, education, evaluation or advocacy projects. 
  • Collaborative research between mentors, mentees and relevant organisations to utilise the combined skills of this initiative.
  • The development of online educational courses to both assist the mentees in their skills development and provide open access for any others outside the programme.
  • Provide a level ground for organisations in the public health sector, governments and NGOs to promote program uptake based on evidence of the benefits provided to the community as a whole.

To Improve capacity for combining theory and practice towards policies aimed at improving the health of populations, as well as a new body of knowledge. This includes the capacity to perform evaluations of interventions leading to the refinement of health policies.