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HIV & AIDS

This course is designed to equip the participants with the knowledge and skills on the diagnoses and clinical management strategies of HIV. The course will also demonstrate real world examples of diagnosis and treatment of HIV and STIs in both resource – rich and resource – constrained environments. The participants will also learn about both home based and clinical interventions that will improve the health of the HIV patients and proposing the correct diet for any deficiencies.

The course is designed to equip the participants with knowledge and skills to provide both children and adults with quality HIV Testing and Counselling services, follow up care, and support services. The course also provide the participants with the skills to bring the patients to reality so that they can accept and live with the disease while they also be in a position to share their experiences and educate others in the same situation. The participants will also learn how to treat the minors case by case while provide the necessary support required.

The course is designed to equip participants with knowledge on the effective management of Anti-Retroviral Therapy (ART) in children aged between 6 – 12 years. The participants will gain knowledge, facts, and a series of creative and fun activities, centered around children and antiretroviral therapy in order for them to effectively educate them on ART management. The course will also address the challenges that children and young adults face when they are infected by the disease.

The course is designed to equip the participants with the knowledge to create open advocacy spaces for adolescent HIV prevention and treatment issues. The course also strengthen the capacity of the key custodians of adolescent education systems and structures at community level (teachers and school staff, counsellors, service providers) to further engage adolescents and their circles of care. Finally, it scales – up information on how to source adolescent HIV prevention and treatment at the local level.

This course is designed to educate the participants on forms and level of engagement male individuals should be involved and to how to eliminate any barriers to their active participation in HIV/IDS service delivery initiatives. The course also enhance the participants to have the ability to engage men to define their role in vertical transmission prevention and craft feasible, sustainable interventions and reframing maternal health and vertical transmission prevention to incorporate men’s roles. Finally, the course will reflect the impact of male partner involvement interventions in rural versus urban settings and the improvement of healthcare provider attitudes to male involvement.

This course is designed to equip participants with awareness and knowledge of stigma and discrimination and their harmful effects to the affected individuals and how it will change their lives. The course also addresses the fears and misconceptions about HIV transmission by providing detailed information about how HIV is and is not transmitted using a combination of behaviour change communication strategies and participatory education in communities. The course finally educate participants on how to reduce fear of acquiring HIV through everyday contact with infected people because of lack of detailed knowledge and information.

This course is designed to equip the participants with the knowledge and skills to identify the needs of HIV / AIDS that fall in different categories (children, young people, women and men) but with special emphasis to young people. The course will also discuss the best health care practices for people that are living with HIV / AIDS in rural and urban areas. The course also addresses the need for different nutritional value for patients at different level and substitutes then can consume to boost their immunity status. The participants will also learn about the policies that support that classify the needs of young people living with HIV / AIDS.

This course is designed to enhance counsellors so that they provide children with quality HIV Testing and Counselling services, follow up care, and support services. The course also educate counsellors on HIV counseling and testing in clinical settings model and also HIV voluntary counseling and testing model at the disposal of the adolescence. Participants will also learn the integrated services that have the potential to offer greater dual protection against both HIV or other STIs and unintended pregnancy to adolescence individuals.

This course is designed to equip participants with an in – depth overall understanding on the usage of antiretroviral drugs top all patients for good quality health care. The course also discuss the use of ARV drugs within the context of the continuum of HIV – related prevention, treatment and care. The course also express the major aspects of HIV – related care for all age groups and populations are addressed. The course will finally enhance the participants with knowledge of more timely, consistent and simultaneous updates on new science and emerging practice applicable to all groups concerned.

This course is designed to educate the participants on conceptual and practical methodologies of engaging men and boys in promoting gender equality and public health. The course will specifically discuss issues that has to deal with sexual and reproductive health, maternal, newborn and child health, fatherhood, HIV and AIDS prevention, care and support, and GBV prevention. In addition to laying out numerous example addressed these challenges, the toolkit provides guidance on advocacy, needs assessment, monitoring and evaluation related to efforts to engage men and boys.

This course is designed to equip participants with knowledge and skills HIV prevention through integrated communication programming that blends advocacy, behaviour change communication and education interventions. The course also provides a series of checklists to guide the programme or project officer in addressing key questions related to evidenced – based communication programming for HIV prevention among adolescents. The checklists follow a stepwise decision – making process and serve as menus of options to conduct needs assessments, analyse programmatic responses, and handle strategic programming decisions.

This course is designed to equip participant with knowledge and skills to address HIV/AIDS in conflict settings and opportunities which humanitarian interventions may bring, this course has been developed on HIV/AIDS prevention and control for humanitarian workers. The course primarily targets the public health program management staff and clinical staff to widen their understanding of the complexities of HIV/AIDS on improving HIV/AIDS program design and implementation.

This course is designed to equip participants with an in – depth overall understanding on the usage of antiretroviral drugs top all patients for good quality health care. The course also discuss the use of ARV drugs within the context of the continuum of HIV – related prevention, treatment and care. The course will also enhance knowledge on antiretroviral adherence preparation, monitoring and support therapies for various infected ages. The course finally will express co – infection prevention and management of HIV / AIDS in conjunction with ARV usage for post – exposure prophylaxis.

This course is designed to equip the participants with the knowledge and skills to evaluate when to start antiretroviral therapy in young children and the type of ARVs to start administering, comparing first‐line non‐nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor and protease inhibitor – based regimens. The course will also emphasis the development and optimization of antiretroviral therapy (ART) that formed the roadmap for the universal control and prevention of existing and new infections, respectively.

This course is designed to equip the participants with knowledge and skills to become abreast with the special health and development needs of young people, and consider the needs whenever planning on interventions that improves the reproductive health status that reduces the prevalence of HIV infection among adolescents. The participants will also be enhanced in designing and implementing HIV and reproductive health programmes in different setups with special emphasis to young people. Explanatory concepts and practical approaches needed in the public health sector in order to plan HIV and reproductive health interventions and programmes that effectively address the needs of young people are addressed.

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