Online Course on HIV & Violence against Women

Objectives:

This course aims to develop competencies of human resources from governmental and non-governmental organizations to integrate HIV and VAW in prevention, treatment and care interception as well as to respond to emerging policy issues regarding both problems.

The specific objectives are:

  • To analyze the empowerment conceptual framework and its operationalization addressing HIV and VAW.

  • To examine the strategic and practical implications for integrating policies and programs on HIV and VAW.

  • To manage tools for carrying out processes within organizations and intersectoral levels directed toward integration of both issues.

    Participants:

    The target population includes managers, decision-makers at national and local levels, service providers and advocators for people living with HIV and women's rights.

    Dates:

    Jun 22 - Oct 8th

    Fellowships:

    25 fellowships are available for candidates that can demonstrate how they will apply the skills obtained in the course within their organizations and who will commit to completing the course.

    Those individuals interested in applying for a fellowship should submit a request to: info[at]dvcn.org by May 22.

    Applications:

    The registration form must be sent by May 27th.

    For more information and application, visit: Online Course on HIV and Violence against Women

  • Scholarship 2016/17

    Undergraduate Scholarships,
    Masters Scholarships,
    PhD Scholarships,
    International Scholarships.