LUKE HOTEL, THIKA 10th-13th February
RESPECT-K University of Nairobi -CHIVPR Service Providers Training Report
The UoN-CHIVPR MARPs Project carried out the RESPECT-K risk reduction counseling Evidence Informed Behavioural Intervention service providers training for its counseling staff. The training took place from the 10th-13th February (4 days) at Luke Hotel, Thika.
Nyeri Batian Hotel from
The MARPs project female staff members were trained on the adapted Sister to
Sister-Kenya from 17th to 19th February, 2014. Sister to Sister-Kenya is an Evidence based Behavioural Intervention (EBI) that aims
to build the self-efficacy and skills of women in order to reduce their risk for
HIV/AIDS. The slogan for the intervention is 'Respect Yourself, Protect Yourself,
Because You are Worth it!'
MERU SLOPES HOTEL, MERU
The Director Centre for HIV Prevention and Research on Wednesday 12th February 2014 had a consultative meeting with the Health committee members of the Meru Country Assembly at the Meru slopes hotel. The purpose of the meeting which was attended by a total of nineteen participants comprising of eighteen County Member of assembly who are members of the Health sub-committee and The County Cabinet Secretary of health was to sensitize the county leadership on the activities being undertaken in Meru county by the Centre for HIV Prevention and research.
The MARPs Project Evidence Based Intervention (EBI) training was held at the Multi-media University from Monday 16th December to Tuesday 17th December 2013 where the staff was trained on the new EBIs and data collection tools. There after, the planning workshorp for year four was held at the same venue from 17th December to 19th December 2013.
Sportsman Arms Hotel, Nanyuki
During a team building event held on 3rd October 2013 at Sportsman Arms Hotel, time was dedicated to sensitize the 72 CHIVPR staff on implementation of the new Constitution (2010).
College Board Room, Principal's Office
The Director, Centre for HIV Prevention and Research Prof. Elizabeth Ngugi receives the signed document from the Principal, CHS. More
RAPID RESPONSE INITIATIVE FOR HIV TESTING AND COUNSELLING (HTC) TARGETS
The only way we can stop the spread of HIV is to get every Kenyan tested hence the importance of HIV Testing and Counseling (HTC). The Centre is undertaking an intensive accelerated HTC exercise in Eastern and Central provinces targeting the MARPS categories of Men who have Sex with Men, female sex workers, male sex workers and truck drivers in the period 15th July-15th August.
Enhance the promotion of individual health and lifestyle by establishing a clinic for HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and referrals among...