Integrating community-based tuberculosis activities with the relevant community initiatives and programmes by governments and NGOs
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.
Listen, discuss, and work together in roleplay exercises and debates
Start learning early, then keep the conversation flowing
Experience-based learning, rooted in reality
Simulation and collaboration through realistic scenarios
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:
Participants learn how to:
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:
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.
The training is led by: