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South-to-South SwazilandTechnical Assistance & Tools

By John Nicholson | 10 Mar, 2011

AIDSTAR-One facilitated south-to-south technical assistance--an approach that leverages technical expertise from one developing country to another--in home-based HIV testing and counseling (HBHTC) for Swaziland. Consultants from The AIDS Support Organization (TASO) in Uganda provided training in and recommendations for HBHTC, resulting in Swaziland launching a six-month HBHTC pilot project.

Tools from this technical consultation are available for download. Tools include: data collection, training strategy, participant manual, mentoring & follow-up plan, minimum supply checklist, & more.

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    Summary: AIDSTAR-One facilitated south-to-south technical assistance--an approach that leverages technical expertise from one developing country to another--in home-based HIV testing and counseling (HBHTC) for Swaziland. Consultants from The AIDS Support Organization (TASO) in Uganda provided training in and recommendations for HBHTC, resulting in Swaziland launching a six-month HBHTC pilot project.

    Tools from this technical consultation are available for download. Tools include: data collection, training strategy, participant manual, mentoring & follow-up plan, minimum supply checklist, & more.

    Source: John Snow, Inc. - JSI

    Publication Date: February 1, 2011

    Language: English

    Keywords: Conferences & Trainings, counseling, Developing targeted interventions, hiv testing, home-based care, Integration and linkages to care, Metrics & Assessment Tools, Scaling up & managing at scale, south-to-south, Swaziland, Training Curricula

 

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