Reducing HIV Stigma and Gender Based Violence: Toolkit for Health Care Providers in India PDF Print E-mail
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AUTHOR: R. Kidd, N. Prasad, M. Tajuddin, J. Avula, R. Ginni, and N. Duvvury
DATE: 2007
PUBLISHER: International Center for Research on Women (ICRW)

The toolkit is a collection of participatory educational exercises for educating health care providers on the issues of stigma and gender-based violence. It was developed for and with health care providers in Andhra Pradesh, India. The modules use a learner-centred, participatory approach to training -- one built around discussion and small-group activities. The goal is to facilitate open discussion on HIV stigma and gender violence, and on what health workers can do to promote a change in attitude and practice. It includes modules with training exercises that are meant to be used selectively, according to the trainer's objectives and training group.

 

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