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Training and Practice Manuals
Southern African AIDS Trust (SAT)
July 18, 2004
African AIDS Trust) is pleased to announce two of our latest publications:
- SAT Training
and Practice Manuals: 1. How to plan and run a participatory workshop
- SAT Training
and Practice Manuals: 2. Mainstreaming Gender in HIV and AIDS
Training and Practice Manuals: 1. How to plan and run a participatory
workshop, the first in the series, provides a much needed
resource to guide facilitators through the process of training.
Training and Practice Manuals: 2. Mainstreaming Gender in HIV and
AIDS work aims to build knowledge and practical skills
among facilitators who train representatives of southern African
ASOs, NGOs and CBOs in mainstreaming gender in their HIV and AIDS
organisations, policies and programmes.
African AIDS Trust (SAT) is a regional initiative that supports
community responses to HIV and AIDS through in-depth partnerships
with community groups in southern Africa and wider networking, skills
exchange and lesson sharing throughout the region and internationally.
SAT funding and skills building activities support the capacity
development of partners and their programming in order to create
more effective, sustainable and comprehensive community responses.
goal is to build the competence of communities to develop and manage
effective, appropriate and sustainable responses to the multiple
challenges posed by HIV and AIDS.
The SAT Regional
Secretariat and Zimbabwe Programme Office are located in Harare,
Zimbabwe. We also have smaller decentralized offices in Lilongwe
in Malawi, Maputo in Mozambique, Dar es Salaam in Tanzania and Lusaka
in Zambia. SAT gained Trust status in 2003.
that we were previously known as the 'Southern African AIDS Training
Programme', a project of the Canadian International Development
Agency (CIDA) implemented by the Canadian Public Health Association
To obtain SAT
publications, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit our Website at http://www.satregional.org
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