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Regional Project on HIV and Development: Integration of HIV/AIDS into Educational Curricula of West African Countries

Start Date: 
2003
Status: 
Complete
Location: 
West Africa
Objective: 

The program was set up as a six-week intensive course. The interdisciplinary training-of-trainers HIV/AIDS course consisted of a variety of topics that are of pressing importance to the sub-region, including: HIV/AIDS and development, methodology, research ethics, behavioral change, project management and evaluation, financial and logistics management, IEC strategies for community participation, legal and policy aspects, and learning how to learn with technology. The course methodology ensures that all participants will acquire a strategic set of skills, knowledge and competencies that can be applied both in instructing others and in addressing HIV/AIDS and other development problems directly.

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