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Capacity Building: & TOT in HIV/AIDS Prevention Workshop
The program aims to reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS through capacity building of the Non-Government Organizations and network of PLWHAs in the state of Bihar.

The areas of Intervention are Raxaul, District East Champaran and the state of Bihar.

1. To increase capacity and dispel myths and improve the accuracy of knowledge about HIV/AIDS
2. To reduce fear, stigma & discrimination against person living with HIV/AIDS and stimulate community based care and support for people living with and affected with HIV/AIDS.
3. To improve the knowledge skills and attitude of stakeholders regarding HIV/AIDS
1. Training Need Assessment of NGOs/CBOs
2. Dissemination workshop of training need and development of training schedule
3. Training of trainers
4. Advocacy workshop with government officials of the state of Bihar
5. Training program for Project Coordinators/ORWs/SWs of NGOs
6. Communication
7. Basic of HIV/AIDS
8. Care and support for HIV positive individuals
9. Counseling
10. Sex and Sexuality
11. Exposure visit
12. NGO Meet
13. Refreasher Training
14. Monitoring and Evaluation
15. Exit Workshop
In total 11 NGOs were trained on the issue. These are Anuprerna Nasha Vimukti Kendra, Little Flower Leprocy Centre, Navajeevan Health Centre, Champak/Chetna Project (Duncan Hospital), ACT Project (Duncan Hospital), Dr. RP Samajeek, Sansthan, Jaagruit Seva Sansthan, Swasthya & Jankalyan Samity, Dalit Mahila Jankalyan Samity, Gramothan Jankalyan Samity, Shobha Mahila Servodaya Seva Ashram. Right now all trained NGOs have formed a forum, namely Raxaul NGO Forum which is now working in collaboration with Government to prevent HIV/AIDS.
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