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The availability and preparation of human resources are key to reduce the incidence and prevalence of HIV / AIDS in Central America. Because there is no harmonized regional curriculum to continue the education of personnel in charge of these processes, USAID / PASCA made an educational strategy to strengthen the capacities in this area. 

In partnership with the Institute of Nutrition of Central America and Panama –INCAP-, in 2012, the first edition of the Central American Course “Monitoring and Evaluation for Management of Political Policies and HIV/AIDS Programs” was developed and implemented.  With needs arising from other countries like Belize, it was manifested the interest and the availability of resources to develop the second edition of the Course “Monitoring and Evaluation for Management of Political Policies and HIV/AIDS Programs” with emphasis in health economics and HIV, with the academic coordination and management of INCAP, the coordination of technical cooperation in the country and the support of other national and international institutions. 

 

Welcome to this virtual space, INCAP makes you the invitation to start this teaching and learning process in which the dedication and commitment of the participants are key to achieve the program´s goals.

icon Course program (509.88 kB)

You download the pretest here:

icon Pretest (608.96 kB)

Download the overview of the course here:

icon Overview of the course (611.47 kB)

training

In this module you will find a tutorial of the correct use of the application of Blackboard Collaborate, which is an useful tool that is used for conferences. In this space it is also displayed a guide that will help you to learn more about this virtual space.

icon Blackboard Tutorial (1.47 MB)

icon Website Tutorial (842.01 kB)

first face-to-face session

IMPORTANT: The presentations given at the first face-to-face session are placed according to the distribution of topics by modules and units.

Remember that the first face-to-face session will be on January 22 th. You can download the programme in the following link.

icon First face-to-face session Programme (412.31 kB)

Words of Dr. Julio Valdés at the inauguration:

Video. 1

Words of Geovanni Meléndez at the inauguration:

Video. 2

Exercises of SWOT elements:

icon Weaknesses (334.57 kB)

icon Threats (95.07 kB)

icon Strategic Balance (256.92 kB)

icon Opportunities (117.27 kB)module 1 keys areas of hiv me

This module consists of two units that are the following:

  • -          HIV: Global Pandemics and Global Commitment.
  • -          Monitoring HIV Response: Policies, Performance and Prevalence.

Each unit lasts one week, making a total of two weeks to the module.

In this unit you will learn about the HIV acquisition, transcription, prevention and treatment. Other topics in this unit include the global commitment, global pandemics and how it is made the monitoring progress. With the topics of this unit it is expected that the participants will be able to relate the potential impact of AIDS with international goals and targets and the need for standardized monitoring of the response progress.

Readings:

icon UN Millenium Declaration 2000 (62.29 kB)

icon UNGASS Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS 2001 (1.83 MB)

icon UNAIDS Getting to Zero 2011 (1.37 MB)

icon WHO Investing in health 2003 (742.13 kB)

icon UNAIDS Global Report 2013 (1.4 MB)

Videos:

icon Video Introductory HIV (279.11 kB)

icon Video replication of HIV (285.31 kB)

Presentations:

icon Global Pandemic Global Commitment (1.23 MB)

icon HIV Prevention State of Art (1.65 MB)

icon Clinical Management Guidelines 2012 (689.4 kB)

Tests:

You can download the the postest of unit 1 here:

icon Test Unit 1 (615.73 kB)

unit2

The topics of this unit include the epidemiology and performance of M&E, as well as the analysis of basic indicators and policy environment. In this unit you will also find the link of the M&E Basics Course of the Global Fund. With the topics of this unit it is expected that the participants will be able to analyze the prioritized indicators package in terms of congruency with international reporting and national follow up and decision making.

Guidelines for this week:

This week you have to complete the course of M & E Basics of the Global Fund. Remember that the last date to send the certificate to your tutor is on January 30th.

On this week you also have to finish the analysis of the Mid-term Report Progress toward the “Ten Targets” of Belize (this document is placed in the exercises option). This exercise should also be sent to your tutor.

In the readings and presentations options you can find the reference documents of the topics of this unit.

For learn more about plans, policies, reports, statistics and monitoring frameworks of Belize in the following link: http://www.pasca.org/node/67

Remember that the test of this unit will be placed in the tests option, and it has to be sent to your tutor before February 6th. 

Readings:

Basic:

icon UNAIDS WHO Working Group on Global HIV AIDS and STI Surveillance 2013 (2 MB)

icon NAC Getting to Zero Belize HIV M&E Plan 2012- 2016 (2.15 MB)

Recommended:

icon USAID Taking the pulse of policy The Policy Implementation Assessment Tool 2010 (120.79 kB)

icon UNAIDS Global AIDS Response Progress Reporting 2013 (1.08 MB)

icon USAID Getting to Zero Belize HIV OP 2012 (6.73 MB)

icon BELIZE HIV NSP 2012 - 2016 (1.83 MB)

Presentations:

icon The Belize Case (666.2 kB)

icon Policy Environment Analysis (1.39 MB)

M&E Basic Global Fund Course:

icon M&E Course Global fund (280.78 kB)

icon Global Fund M&E Course (1.83 MB)

Exercises:

iconMid-termReviewReportProgresstowardtheTenTargets(1.04MB)

Tests:

icon Postest unit 2 (616.75 kB)

Remember that the last day to send it to your tutor is on February 6th.

remember to submitmodule 2 improving me systemsThis module consists of two units that are the following:

  • HIV M&E System: Assessing 12 components
  • Improving HIV M&E System: SWOT Analysis and LogFrame

Each unit lasts one week, making a total of two weeks to the module.

unit3

In this unit you will learn about the purpose of HIV M&E Systems as well as how to use the 12 Components Monitoring and Evaluation System Strengthening Tool. At the end of the unit it is expected that the participants will be able to apply the 12 components assessment tool to Belize´s HIV M&E System.

Guidelines for this week:

This week you have to complete de 12 Components Monitoring and Evaluation System Strengthening Tool that is placed in the exercises option. Remember that the last day to send it to your tutor is on February 13th.

In the readings options you can find the reference documents for this unit.

Remember that the test of this unit will be placed in the tests option on February 10th and you have to send it resolved to your tutor on February 13th.

Readings:

icon UNAIDS Organizing Framework for a Functional National HIV Monitoring and Evaluation System (330.52 kB)

icon UNAIDS 12 Components Monitoring & Evaluation System Assessment (782.75 kB)

Presentations:

icon 12 Components (1.02 MB)

Exercises:

icon ME Assessment Tool Working Draft (3.97 MB)

icon Instructions of 12 Components Exercise ME (547.12 kB)

Test:

icon Post test unit 3 (587.3 kB)

remember to submitunit4The topics of this unit include the analysis of M&E Gaps, SWOT Analysis Methodology and Applications, LogFrame planning and Monitoring Methodology, and problem analysis. With the topics of this unit it is expected that the participants will be able to identify improvement areas and interventions to address the gaps in the HIV M&E System.

Guidelines for this week:

In this week you have to complete a proposal formulation exercise which is placed in the exercises option. You can also find the instructions for this exercise under this option. Remember that the last day to send it to your tutor is on February 20th.

Under the readings and presentations options you can find the reference documents for this unit.

This unit has a video section, in which you can find more information about management and problem solving techniques.

Remember that the test of this unit will be placed in the tests option on February 17th and you have to send it resolved to your tutor on February 20th.

Readings:

icon Norad The Logical Framework Approach 1999 (2.53 MB)

Presentations:

icon Results Oriented Planning LogFrame (1.06 MB)

icon Strategic Planning and Strategic Balance SWOT Analysis (1.17 MB)

icon Problem Solving (7.77 MB)

icon Problem solving 2 (4.46 MB)

Videos:

icon Management Clips (298.86 kB)

icon Problem Solving Techniques (306.23 kB)

Conference:

Problem solving Lic. Ricardo Valladares

Exercises:

icon A3 Template Formulation Proposal (93.94 kB)

Test:

 icon Postest unit 4 (589.15 kB)

remember to submitsecond face-to-face session

IMPORTANT: The presentations given at the second face-to-face session will be placed according to the distribution of topics by modules and units.

Remember that the second face-to-face session will be from February 19th – 21th.

icon Second face-to-face session (382.41 kB)

Group exercises:

icon India Voluntary Testing Analysis (124.76 kB)

icon Option B + PMTCT MALAWI (51.96 kB)module 3 health and hiv economics

This module consists of three units that are the following:

  • Health and HIV Economics: An Overview
  • Effectiveness-Based Prioritization and Resource Allocation for HIV Populations and Interventions
  • Funding the Response: Country Ownership and Sustainability

unit5

In this unit you will learn about the basic economic problems as well as markets and price formation and market failures in Health Care Provision. You will also learn about the funding of health systems and how to increase quality, fairness and reduce market failures. With the topics of this unit it is expected that the participants will be able to relate the Health Economics areas with problems and needs in the HIV Response demanding economic tools and analyses.

Guidelines for this week

Under the readings and presentations options you can find the reference documents for this unit.

This unit has a video section, in which you can find more information about what is economics and markets supply and demand.

Remember that the test of this unit will be placed in the tests option on February 24th and you have to send it resolved to your tutor on February 27th.

Readings:

icon Policy and Merck State of Art AIDS and Economics 2002 (552.25 kB)

icon UNAIDS Uganda HIV Modes of Transmission and Prevention Response Analysis 2009 (743.27 kB)

Presentations:

icon Market failures in pharma (2.64 MB)

icon Markets Demand and Supply (1.04 MB)

icon Market failures in pharma (2.64 MB)

Videos:

icon Health Economic Clips (292.7 kB)

Test:

icon Post test unit 5 (586.74 kB)

unit6

In this unit you will learn about the concept and techniques of economic evaluation. You will also learn about what resource allocation is and how it is done in Belize, as well as the application of GOALS model which is a tool to link epidemiology and resource allocation based in cost effectiveness analysis. With the topics of this unit it is expected that the participants will be able to advocate for better resource allocation based on evidence from economic evaluation.

Guidelines for this week

Under the readings and presentations options you can find the reference documents for this unit. Under the option of Exercises you can find the guidelines for the exercise of this week.

Remember that the test of this unit will be placed in the tests option on March 3rd.

Readings:

icon Paul Miller Trent Focus for Research and Development in Primary Health Care 2001 (203.9 kB)

icon NHS Economic Appraisal of Public Health Interventions 2005 (133.55 kB)

Exercises:

icon Guidelines for exercise unit 6 (281.73 kB)

Presentations:

icon Resource Allocation (435.82 kB)

Test:

icon Postest unit 6 (580.91 kB)

unit7

The topics of this unit include the description of NASA, as well as the analysis of how Belize is funding mix stands in terms of dependency and financial vulnerability and how Belize´s spending profile relates to NSP, Investment Framework and MOT. With the topics of this unit it is expected that the participants will be able to characterize the major gaps and threats to continuity and sustainability of Belize´s response to HIV.

 

Guidelines for this week

Under the readings and presentations options you can find the reference documents for this unit. Under the test option you can find the final test of the course. 

Readings:

icon UNAIDS Nasa Classifications 2009 (1.23 MB)

Presentations:

icon UNAIDS NASA Methodology (2.36 MB)

icon BZ NASA Results 2010 (68.75 kB)

icon Sustainability strategy for a comprenhensive HIV Response in Central American and Dominican Republic (873.22 kB)

Test:

icon Final test (102.98 kB)

You can download the closure programme here:

icon Closure Programme (362.47 kB)

You can download the final presentations template here:

icon Closure Presentations Template (428.62 kB)

 

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