Basic Training on counseling for Emergent CBOs and In-country Downstream Partners in Bangladesh by BSWS
Bandhu Social Welfare Society (BSWS) has completed a four day training session from 11-14 May, 2015, on HIV and Human Rights for emergent CBOs and in-country downstream partners in Bangladesh. This training is conducted under the Multi Country South Asia Global Fund HIV program (MSA-910-GO2-H) which is supported by the Global Fund to fight against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. In Bangladesh, BSWS serves as the sub-recipient of the grant. The training took place at project management office, Shivananda Hall, Maghbazar, Dhaka. Overall course objective:
At the end of the training, the participants will be able to explain and analyze the basic concept of counseling, psychosocial & psychosexual counseling, types of counseling, counseling process, counseling methods, counseling tools & techniques in order to address the MSM/Hijra.
After end of the course the participants will be able to
- Explain the concept of counseling
- Identify the types of counseling
- Explain the basics of STI,HIV and AIDS
- Identify the goals and objectives of counseling
- Describe the process of peer counseling regarding HIV/AIDS issues.
- Analyze the effective methods and techniques of counseling
- Tell the qualities and skills of a good counselor
- Discuss the psychosocial & psychosexual counseling
- Explain how to facilitate counseling session
- Tell the principles and ethics of counseling
- Discuss the one to one, group information giving and couple counseling
A total number of 31 percipients from 20emergent CBOs and in country downstream partners attended in the training.
For more information, please contact Bandhu Social Welfare Society, 99 Kakrail, Dhaka‐1000, Bangladesh;
Tel.: 88‐02‐935‐6868 or mail to shale@bandhu‐bd.org
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