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									IAWG-Training Partnership

 Training on Reproductive Health in
         Formal and Ad-Hoc Training
•   Academic (Columbia, LSTMH, JH, KIT…)
     ü Short courses (1- 3 months)
     ü master programs (18 - 24 months)
•   UNFPA/IAWG 2000-2001
     ü RH in Emergency Situations 3 x 10-day course
•   Ad Hoc
     ü IASC guidelines training (1 hour – 1 day)
     ü RH training in the ICRC H.E.L.P. Course (2 hours)
     ü UNHCR/UNFPA training on Clinical Management of Rape
        (2 days)
     ü Pre-deployment and in-service training for MSF, ICRC,
        UNHCR, national staff (2 hours to 1 week)
     ü Other training in the field
            Existing Training Materials
•   RH Awareness (Care/RHRC)
•   RH Emergency (Care/RHRC), 2hrs – 2 weeks
•   Module 2 of RH in emergency, MISP
•   IASC Guidelines for HIV/AIDS interventions, 1hr advocacy/1 day
•   MISP certificate course (WC/RHRC)
•   Self learning emergency contraceptives (WC/RHRC)
•   Self learning universal precautions (Engender Health), ½ day
•   Training manual on GBV (JSI/RHRC), 1-5 days
•   IASC Guidelines for GBV interventions (30 min awareness raising)
•   GBV Counselling skills ToT
•   Clinical Management of Rape – several modules
•   Ipas safe abortion modules (woman-centred abortion care/ MVA
•   HIV/AIDS prevention and control (RHRC)
•   Impac – Emoc
•   WHO safe blood supply
•   etc.
           IAWG-Training Partnership

•   Objective: to establish a partnership between
    IAWG and formal training institutions in order
    to assure training on reproductive health in
    emergencies for humanitarian staff on a
    regular and sustainable basis
    -   Brainstorming meeting, Sept 06
    -   MISP curriculum review meeting, May 07
        IAWG - Training Partnership
•   Steering Committee (UNFPA, RHRC, Ghent
    Uni, Columbia Uni, Kenyatta, MSI, WC, IRC, IPPF,..)
•   Interest from institutional partners Columbia
    U; agencies in GVA, U of Dakar, Makarere U,
    Kenyatta U; Asia Disaster Preparedness Centre
    (Bangkok); Instituto Tecnologico de Santo Domingo,
    (Dominican Republic); IPAS; MSI,...
•   Secretariat (initially UNFPA-GVA)
              Training Partnership
•   Target audience
    -   For people working or planning to work in emergencies,
    -   For people with a background in
        a) coordination
        b) technical skills (medical staff, community/social
        c) awareness raising (policy, non-medical staff, medical
•   Possible training strategies
    -   Institutional training
    -   Mobile training (short courses, 2 days max.)
    -   Certification + sub-certificates for modules
    -   Database of trainees
    -   Scholarships
                Training Categories
Coordination         Technical skills        Awareness Raising

Care / RHRC (5 days) MISP (1 day)            Care / RHRC (0.5 day)

                     Clinical management
                     of rape survivors (2

                     Universal precautions
                     (2 days)

                     MVA (2 days)

                     EmOC skills (2 days)
                    Next steps

•   Trainers’ materials / students’ materials
•   Translation
•   Pilot coordinator‘s training (SEA regional IAWG)
•   Centralized ToT for master trainers from each
•   Decentralized ToT to develop a regional cadre
    of qualified trainers
•   Publications

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