ENGAGE-TB Integrating community-based tuberculosis activities with the relevant community initiatives and programmes by governments and NGOs

ENGAGE-TB  Integrating community-based tuberculosis activities with the relevant community initiatives and programmes by governments and NGOs
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ENGAGE-TB Integrating community-based tuberculosis activities with the relevant community initiatives and programmes by governments and NGOs

Integrating community-based tuberculosis activities with the relevant community initiatives and programmes by governments and NGOs

10–12 December 2019
The course is available in English, Français

The purpose of this three-days training is to provide participants the opportunity to implementing and scaling-up integrated community-based TB prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care using the ENGAGE-TB approach.

Key features
ACTIVE LEARNING

Listen, discuss, and work together in roleplay exercises and debates

ONLINE PLATFORM

Start learning early, then keep the conversation flowing

STUDY VISITS

Experience-based learning, rooted in reality

ROLE-PLAY

Simulation and collaboration through realistic scenarios

Who attends this course?
  • WHO officials 
  • WHO country officer
What topics does this course cover?

Through a highly participatory format, participants will have the opportunity to experience the ENGAGE-TB approach, addressing the six areas that facilitate the engagement of NGOs and other CSOs in community-based TB activities:

  • Situation analysis
  • Enabling environment
  • Guidelines and tools
  • Task identification
  • Monitoring and evaluation
  • Capacity building
What will I learn?

Participants learn how to:

  • Define the ENGAGE-TB approach and identify the six areas of implementation;
  • Identify soft skills that are required for an effective implementation of the ENGAGE-TB;
  • Carry out a situation analysis through choosing information and making a plan;
  • Describe and contextualize appropriate ethical behaviors;
  • Collaborate to prepare guidelines for the implementation of community-based TB activities;
  • Identify challenges and define solutions through performing SWOT analysis;
  • Be familiar with monitoring and evaluation indicators for community-based TB activities.
What will I be able to do?

Through an extended role-play, participants are confronted with realistic scenarios and the point of view of different stakeholders involved in the process (NGOs and CSOs).

The whole training will enable participants to:

  • Effectively communicate and collaborate with relevant stakeholders;
  • Explore practical solutions for integrating TB into community- health programmes;
  • Identify challenges and defi ne community-based activities that are scalable.
Why should I join?

This training combines a high spectrum of learning approaches, tools and methods that participants will experience and contextualize at each stage of the ENGAGE-TB approach.

  • Each participant will be treated as an individual, with their specifi c background, values and challenges to overcome.
  • Similarly, each participant will be regarded as a valuable contributor, with a unique perspective, experience and stories to share.
Who are the instructors?

The training is led by:

  • ITCILO experts from the Learning Innovation Programme, who are IAF-certifi ed Professional Facilitators.
  • Learning & Development Consultants from Infi nity Unconventional Education who will provide insight into the soft skills required for effective implementation of the ENGAGE-TB approach.
  • Targeted interventions and case studies from WHO offi cials will contribute to enrich the training programme.

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