Togo HIV/AIDS Training of Trainers

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Togo HIV/AIDS Training of Trainers
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Community Name: ?
Country: Togo
Volunteer(s) Name: S. Goetz
Volunteer(s) Homestate: Kentucky
Funds community contributed: $98.97
Funds needed were: $292.98
Funds requested were: $292.98
PPCP #: 693-323
Year of project approval: 2008
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Projects started in Togo 2008 (7).
Northeast Togo Reforestation and Gardening Center, Northern Togo Reforestation and Gardening, PAHCS Center for Community Development, Togo Girls' Dormitory, Togo HIV/AIDS Training of Trainers, Togo Primary School Construction, Togo School Building
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Other Projects in Togo (37).
Akame Girls' Soccer Program, Atakpame HIV/AIDS Murals, Atakpamé HIV/AIDS Run for World AIDS Day, Atakpamé HIV/AIDS Run for World AIDS Day, Babadé Community Library and Children's Study and Recreation Area, Babadé Community Library and Children's Study and Recreation Area, Bafilo Radio Station Project, Camp UNITE 2009, Center for Community Development, Computers for Martin Luther King Jr School in Kpalimé, Computers for Martin Luther King Jr School in Kpalimé, Constructing a Grain Warehouse, Dankpen Initiative to Oppose Forced Marriage, Datcha School Construction, Djabagbal Primary School Reconstruction … further results
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Community Rabbit-Rearing Project, Marti McGinnis, Lucian a parker, Togo HIV/AIDS Training of Trainers, Togo School Building
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Info about the Togo HIV/AIDS Training of Trainers

This project is designed to build capacity in the domain of community health among the local populations in rural villages in South Africa. The project will be a training of trainers, and will provide thirty-five community leaders (teachers, health clinic personnel, community health agents, peer educators and community development agents) with basic training on HIV/AIDS, malaria prevention, nutrition, and hygiene and sanitation.

Additionally, the project will provide four local women’s groups with the advanced knowledge and business skills necessary to better manage their community moringa fields and market their moringa products for income generation.

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