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Module 2: Planning a  Community Health Club Project

Web conferencing details provided upon confirmation.

Next Available Date: 5th -10th July

Access: An online training course conducted virtually through Zoom

Cost per person: US$70

Summary of Training: For those have a site to start a Community Health Club Project and want to design a successful project or write a meaningful proposal which will deliver on the targets.

Presentations:

  1.  Mapping of your Community Health Club area
  2. Assessing Health Challenges in the CHC Project Area.
  3. Conducting a Needs Assessment with the Community
  4. Deciding on the targets for the CHC Project
  5. Identify who will run the Community Health Clubs
  6. How to conduct Village Entry successfully

Target Participant: Project planners and managers / students and interns in NGOs

Required facilities for participants:

  • Individual email account
  • Reliable connectivity for Zoom
  • Computer with video and audio
  • An identified CHC village to conduct field work between training days
  • Participants must have transport and be able to access the CHC village
  • flip chart and markers for field trips

Language of training: English

Duration: 12 days (alternative afternoons) One day will be a Zoom training, followed by a field visit the following day to conduct the assignment.

Time : 2- 5 pm (South African Time)

Number of  training sessions: 6 sessions

Number of field trips: 3 – 4 visits to village

Duration of session: 2 – 3 hours

Facilitator: CHC Founder – Director of Research and Training, Dr. Juliet Waterkeyn

Terms:

  • Payment: full payment in advance
  • Cancellation: No refund for incomplete or late attendance
  • Training Materials: Trainer Guidelines  and Zoom recording available to participants
  • Intellectual Property:  (Creative Commons) Presentations can be shared with acknowledgement but not changed without permission of Africa AHEAD
  • Visual Aids and Facilitator Guidelines remain the IP of Africa AHEAD and AA logo must be retained.
  • Visual Aids may be copied and used for training in a CHC project, but not be printed and sold for commercial purposes, nor made available on other websites.
  • Completion: No access to materials / recordings once course date is expired
  • Sharing of Screens: No reduction for participants who may share screen (max 5 per screen)
  • Observers: Observers are also considered as participants and pay the full cost per course, whether attending all sessions or not.