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Training manual of IICCHAA project

INDIAN INITIATIVE OF CHILD CENTRED HIV & AIDS APPROACH (IICCHAA)
February 2008

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This manual offers an approach to memory work that has been adapted to fit the local context in India and is based on memory work pioneered by the National Community of Women living with HIV/AIDS (NACWOLA) in Uganda. It provides trainers with guidance to support parents, guardians and care givers affected by HIV and AIDS by helping them to share information, hopes and fears with their children; strengthen each child's sense of identity and belonging; and plan for the future care of their children

Yaari dosti : Young men redefine masculinity, a training manual

POPULATION COUNCIL
2006

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This manual was adapted from the Brazilian Program H curriculum and piloted in urban slum communities in India as part of an operations research study aimed at reducing HIV risk among young men by addressing perceptions of gender norms. The manual can be used by health educators, teachers and/or other professionals or volunteers who want to work, or are already working, with young men between 15 and 24 years old. It is divided into four subsections: gender, sexuality and reproductive health, violence, and preventing and living with HIV & AIDS, around each of which there is a series of activities

Training manual : an introduction to promoting sexual health for men who have sex with men and gay men

NAZ FOUNDATION (INDIA) TRUST
2001

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Manual providing training modules on issues related to the sexuality and sexual health of men who have sex with men and gay men. It is intended for NGOs and CBOs in South Asia. The objective of the training is to give participants a clear understanding of a wide range of issues including those related to sexual health. It can also be used to train other NGOs and CBOs to develop services for MSM and gay men to incorporate their issues into existing services

Tuberculosis control - India

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Information about tuberculosis and its control in India, with lots of online training materials for health workers. Also includes key facts about DOTS, success stories and a directory of TB offices in India

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