Ending HIV-related Stigma in Health Facilities to Fast-Track 90-90-90 Targets

Fecha Limite para Aplicar: 
13 de febrero del 2020
Inicia: 
del 22 de junio al 03 de julio del 2020
2 semanas
Presencial
Curso
Idioma: 
Inglés

REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION:
 Form, duly completed (2 copies)
 Curriculum Vitae in English
 Copy of Title of the highest degree obtained
 Passport copy
 Copy of Identity
 Medical Report
 Application note addressed to María Andrea Matamoros Castillo, Secretary of State, where a letter of guarantee is requested, specifying whether the application is made through an employer, institution or personally.
 An extra copy of all the aforementioned documentation

Participant Criteria
Applicants should have the following general
qualifications:
1) Age 27 to 50 years old.
2) Be in good physical and mental health in order
to undergo and be able to attend the entire
course.
3) Have a good command of spoken and written
English.
As well as, should have the followings specific
qualifications:
1) Work in HIV/AIDS Program as
• National HIV program officer in management/
coordination level.
• Subnational HIV program officer in management/
coordination level.
• Hospital sector in management/coordination
level.
• Civil Society Organization/NGO (must have
project in cooperation with national AIDS
program office/subnational HIV program
office/ hospital.
2) Have experiences/skill in facilitating activities
of participatory training.
3) Expected to continue working in stigma and
discrimination reduction program/project after
finishing this course.

Course Objectives
This training course aims at sharing Thailand’s
knowledge and experiences in reducing stigma and
discrimination in healthcare settings to fast-track
90-90-90 targets and ending AIDS by 2030. At the
end of this course, participants are expected to;
1) Better understand on the concept, factors,
impacts of stigma and discrimination in health
facilities, as well as having positive attitudes
toward PLHIV and key affected populations, the
mean of post-test scores is significantly higher
than that of the pre-test.
2) Can develop an action plan for reducing stigma
and discrimination related to HIV and key
affected populations in their settings using the
lesson learned from the training.
Also, the knowledge/skills gained from the course
could be applied to the work responsibility of
participants. In addition, if the curriculum and the
training are achieved, it will be proposed to
organize the on-site coaching under the SouthSouth Cooperation in order to strengthen the S&D
reduction program in their countries.

Beneficios: 

Terms of Awards
AITC Training Fellowship* includes training fee,
accommodation,
allowance, insurance, airport transfer and social
programme.
* Subject to rates and conditions established by
TICA

Descripción de la beca: 

Course Outline
This training course focuses on what is S&D and
how to reduce S&D in health facilities. Topics of
the training are such as;
1) Concept of S&D and human rights;
2) Concept of 3x4 package of stigma and
discrimination reduction in health facilities;
3) Demonstration: S&D-5 activities of participatory
training;
4) Practice: S&D-5 activities of participatory
training;
5) Concept and method of continuous quality
improvement (CQI);
6) S&D measurement and M&E

ONG Patrocinadora: 

Reino de Tailandia

Contacto: 

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Ending HIV-related Stigma in Health Facilities to Fast-Track 90-90-90 Targets
País: 
Reino de Tailandia
Beca Abierta: 
si
Fecha de Publicación: 
21 de enero del 2020
Punto Focal: 
En línea/OPB Oficina Presidencial de Becas