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Coordinating with communities : workshop facilitation notes

GREENALL, Matthew
2007

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These guidelines have been developed to support facilitators in creating workshops based on an action-planning process for the development of specific country plans on involvement of the community sector in national AIDS coordinating bodies and processes. This booklet is arranged in two parts: a section on planning the workshops and a section containing workshop facilitation notes

Chronic HIV care with ARV therapy : interim guidelines for first-level facility health workers

WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO)
January 2004

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These interim guidelines for first-level facility health workers focus on HIV care and ARV therapy. They represent an accessible training tool for health professionals and other stakeholders in low-resource settings, and can be adapted to country specific needs. Topics include HIV diagnosis, clinical care provision, prophylaxis, ARV therapy, management of chronic problems and administration of medications

Multimedia training kit

TOTHILL, Ann
Ed
2003

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The multimedia toolkit aims to promote and support linkages between new and traditional media for development through a structured set of materials. The materials are based on a standard set of templates, and are intended to be used as building blocks from which trainers can build up training workshops appropriate for their own contexts. New materials will be added to this ItrainOnline section as they are developed; the materials currently available are just a starting point. Eventually the MMTK will offer a comprehensive suite of training materials covering technical, content, organizational and ethical topics

Community based psychosocial training manual

ACT ALLIANCE

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"This training manual is meant to be used first and foremost by trainers within the ACT-network who have attended a training of psychosocial trainers workshop. The aim of the training manual is to serve as a resource for field workers to develop, facilitate and conduct their own psychosocial workshops within their specific work or regional context. It is not a comprehensive source of information about psychosocial issues. It is a trainer's guide for developing locally appropriate training"

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