HIV and AIDS. Course 1: for professionals working in the field of development cooperation

Missionsärztliches Institut Würzburg (MI)
Archive
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19.04.2010 - 20.04.2010  Medical Mission Institute, Würzburg, Germany
 
Course Content
Key contents: Epidemiological (regional and global) trends; Social, political, and cultural causes; Comprehensive approaches of HIV-programmes including preventive action (mainstreaming); Engagement of Christian institutions; Personal exposure to HIV and AIDS; Interaction between the personal field of activity and HIV and AIDS; Political advocacy;
Learning objectives, training objectives
Aim of the course: Identification of the causes and consequences of the HIV and AIDS pandemic; project-related and political courses of action.
Target Audience
Target group: Professionals (pastoral assistants, development workers, members of orders etc.) planning to implement development cooperation programmes or who will shortly leave for an assignment abroad.
Local Organizer
Medical Mission Institute; Hermann-Schell-Str. 7, D-97074 Würzburg, Germany
Notes
The contents of course 1 serve as basis for the participation in course 2. Thus it is advisable for health workers without respective basic knowledge to take part in both courses.
Registration form available at: www.medmissio.de; www.difaem.de;
 

Enquiries and Registration:

Ms. Birgit Zürn
 
Categories
Health Services, Internal Medicine, Public Health, Sexually Transmitted Infections, Tropical Medicine and Infectiology
Languages
English
Fees
EUR 160,00
Organizer contact info
Hermann-Schell-Str. 7
97074 Würzburg
Germany
 
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