I would like to announce the call for participants for the M-Care 2018 training programme.
If you wish to apply as training participant, please fill out the online application form that you can find here: surveymonkey.de/r/LRJMT2R and submit it together with your CV by no later than Friday, 2 February 2018, 13:00 CET (Central European Time).
Please consult the attached guidelines for applicants before applying. You can also find them here: eatgtrainingacademy.com/m-care-2018-apply-as-training-par
Please forward this call in also your networks and send it to people you consider to be good candidates for the training.
The M-Care 2018 training programme is organized in collaboration by the Africa Advocacy Foundation (AAF) and the European AIDS Treatment Group (EATG). The goal of the training is to empower advocates and treatment activists from migrant communities in Europe to make a difference by fostering a stronger involvement of migrant communities in the provision of healthcare services, research, access programs, and early testing initiatives; as well as by fighting HIV, HCV, and TB related stigma and discrimination towards and within their community.
M-Care 2018 consists of three training modules organized throughout 2018:
Module Location Date
Module 1 Sitges, Spain 22-25 March2018
Module 2 Frankfurt, Germany 24-27 May 2018
Module 3 Warsaw, Poland 5-8 July 2018
Participants are expected to attend all training modules of the programme.
The training will cover the following topics:
Diagnostics and treatment of HIV, viral Hepatitis and other co-infections and migrant-specific barriers to service access
Clinical research and migrant community participation in clinical research
Psychosocial aspects of HIV, stigma and discrimination
HIV prevalence among migrant communities in Europe
Healthcare systems and legal environment for migrant healthcare access
Advocacy in the context of migrants’ access to healthcare services
The training organizers will cover the travel, accommodation and food expenses of the selected participants during the training modules.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me or Denis Onyango, Programmes Director at Africa Advocacy Foundation (email@example.com).
European AIDS Treatment Group
Place Raymond Blyckaerts, 13
B-1050 Brussels, Belgium