Mobilizing Religious Communities to Respond to Gender-based Violence and HIV: A Training Manual

Publish Year : 2009
Publisher : UNAIDS Health Policy Initiative
Author Name : Herstad B.
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Description :

This manual is designed to help trainers in conducting workshops for religious leaders and women leaders of faith on gender-based violence and HIV. Training is organized into four sessions and includes instruction for various activities to be included as part of the training. It is structured as a three day session. The objective of the training is to raise the awareness of religious leaders and women leaders of faith regarding gender-based violence as it relates to HIV and motivate action planning to address the issues in their own organizations and communities.

 


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