Participants Training Manual 12 HIV lives in semen, vaginal and birthing fluids, blood, and breastmilk. HIV can be passed through unsafe sex with an infected person, from an infected mother to her child, from bloodtoblood contact, and from sharing needles, knives, and other sharp objects with a PLWHA. Peer education utilises the influence peers can have on one another. With HIV intervention this entails peers educating their colleagues on HIV in such a way that brings about both attitudinal and behaviour change, on both the individual and community level.
Peer Education Trainer's Manual IAPAC HIVAIDS peer education stands out owing to the number of examples of its use in the recent international public health literature. Because of this popularity, global efforts to further understand and improve the process and impact of peer HIV and AIDS Peer Education Manual What is HIV and AIDS Peer Educators Manual?
A joint ILO and Family Health International (FHI) teaching manual used in capacity building activities to tackle the lack of adequate knowledge regarding HIV and AIDS, that is HIVAIDS Peer Education Training Manual Secondary African Union of the Blind: HIV& AIDS Train the Trainers Manual 10 Introduction Rationale for this manual It is appreciated that there are a great number of Peer Education training manuals.
These manuals however do not include training methods that are friendly to blind and partially sighted persons. The manual is intended to be used by 'master' trainers in peer education when training future trainers. However, many of the exercises included in the training curriculum could also be used for training peer educators aged 16 years and older.