Capacity Building Activities
Capacity building is a major focus of Red Ribbon Centre. We may organize, co-organize or support any capacity building activities relating to HIV prevention and care. Our audience belongs to intermediaries and includes health and health related professionals, social workers, and people working on AIDS programmes or projects. These activities can be categorized as the followings:
Workshop is a format of training organized for and in response to the request of an agency or specific group of professionals or people alike. It is usually tailored made, and takes an interactive and integrative approach. A workshop may last from one to five days, in general.
A seminar is short training programme. It lasts no longer than one day and usually composed of lectures and/or interactive sessions, and is focused in its scope.
Fellowship (Scheme ended)
Fellowship is short-term learning opportunities for experience sharing between the mainland and local workers, to enhance technical exchange on HIV/AIDS control, and to encourage collaboration and networking.
Internet-based learning is a programme conducted through internet for enhancing the knowledge and facilitating self-assessment. iContinuing Education (iCE) on HIV / AIDS
provides a selection of free, regularly updated continuing education activities on HIV/AIDS for doctors, nurses, other health professionals and workers in the AIDS field.
Attachment is a short-term learning opportunities for experience sharing among healthcare professionals (e.g. medical and nursing students), to enhance technical exchange on HIV/AIDS control, and to encourage collaboration and networking.