We have developed a range of research and training materials on civic education on health, on occupational health and safety, HIV and AIDS at the workplace, social security, research skills, adolescent health and other areas. Visit our publications database to view these training materials. If you do not find what you need please email us at email@example.com to discuss your training material needs.
ONGOING TRAINING ACTIVITIES
Health Centre Committee training TARSC, CWGH are pilotting new health centre committee training materials (available on this website under publications) as part of a programme to strengthen participation in health systems. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Auntie Stella training activities
In Malawi the Chichewa version of Auntie Stella is available at the YONECO offices, which is the lead organisation in the dissemination of the Auntie Stella Programme.
In Zambia the two organisations we work with in Zambia, CIDRZ and ZNARVS, have facilitated training workshops to partners from Face to Face Foundation. Besides supporting the ART clinics, support groups offer other support services such as information sharing.
In South Africa The Kidzpositive Family Fund &Western Cape AIDS Training Information and Counselling Centre (ATICC) has held training workshops with Solon in South Africa and the Catholic Institute of Education in schools with over 50 schools. The toolkit has proved to be very popular with students, whilst teachers are struggling with managing and responding to the issues being brought by students as a result of interaction with the stories in the pack.
In Mozambique Geracao Biz is a national, multi-sectoral adolescent programme, coordinated jointly by the Ministry of Youth and Sports, Ministry of Health and Ministry of Education in Mozambique – and HIVOS Geracao Biz, with technical support from Pathfinder International and UNFPA. This group has conducted training of trainer’s workshop to facilitators to carry on work.
The Auntie Stella website provides information for those that want to know more about how to use and adapt the Auntie Stella pack. There is ample information on the website on how to do this, as well as opportunities for discussion and debate on issues related to youth reproductive health. If you want to find out more about Auntie Stella or order a pack from TARSC, contact us, see the pack on this website or email us directly at email@example.com Come on, lets talk!!!
Supporting the role of Health Centre Committees: A Training Manual
Types of work: Training resources
Areas of work: Community and Public health
URL: HCC manual FINALAugust 2011.pdf
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