Weekly Awesome Mozambique: Training of Trainers in Zambezia Province
On Thursday July 5th, in Mocuba, Zambezia province, eight Peace Corps Health Volunteers, ten Mozambican counterparts, one representative from PIRCOM (Programa Inter-Religioso Contra a Malária), and one Peace Corps Staff member participated in a general malaria prevention “Training of Trainers.” The purpose of this workshop was two-fold: to propagate malaria prevention messages to the communities where participants live and to prepare PCVs and Mozambican counterparts to assist in the upcoming net distribution and spraying campaigns in the districts where they live and work.
April 2012, Burkina Faso Training of Trainers: Volunteers and their counterparts put on malaria awareness and prevention skits during training of trainers sessions. In this scene, PCV Adam’s character develops severe malaria because it was not treated right away.
Top three photos: Jackie Sesonga, Regional Program and Training Officer for Peace Corps West Africa, discusses Training of Trainers (ToT) pedagogy and the Care Groups model (developed in Peace Corps Benin) for sustainable behavior change.
Bottom photo: Serigne Abdou Diagne from Management Sciences for Health talks about proper supply chain management for malaria drugs and HIV/AIDs drugs.