The Gender & HIV/AIDS training is an innovative and practical resource that helps public health and HIV professionals understand gender and sexual diversity in the context of their country and the world.
The training aims to engender empathy for gender and sexual minorities and enthusiasm for responding to their health needs. Originally developed for use by leaders of large global and national HIV programs, the training materials are highly adaptable and can be revised for use with a diverse range of audiences and in a variety of contexts.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Human resource practitioners, policy makers, Board members, program managers, journalists and health management practitioners.