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STATE TRAINING & RESOURCE CENTRE


KARNATAKA

ANNUAL REPORT
1ST December 2008 - November 2009

Belgaum Integrated Rural Development Society


BIRDS Campus, Tukkanatti, Gokak, Belgaum

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Background

The State Training and Resource Centre was planned in congruence with the goals of the National AIDS Control Programme Phase III (NACP III) which is focused on saturation of coverage of core and bridge population through quality targeted intervention (TI) programme and the need to ensure standardized systems and procedures in interventions as per the operational guidelines developed on NGO/CBO, Men having Sex with Men (MSM), Female Sex Workers (FSW), Injecting Drug Users (IDU), Migrants and Truckers. To ensure quality of intervention, a focus on capacity bui lding and ensure on providing uniform, quality training to different categories of staff working with NGOs/CBOs, peer educators & volunteers in targeted intervention projects. For this the National AIDS Control Organization planned to develop a sustainable and institutionalized State Training and Resource Centers. The Belgaum Integrated Rural development Society (BIRDS) was selected after a bidding process on the basis of its Experience in conducting training and capacity building programs. Having infrastructure like conference facilities for fifty persons and boarding-lodging facilities. Having operations in Karnataka. Having staff with relevant training and capacity building experience. Its commitment to support long term capacity building in support to Karnataka State AIDS Prevention Society (KSAPS) and its partners. Its commitment and sensitivity towards marginalized populations like FSW, MSM, IDU and transgender and its technical experience in dealing with target population (MSM, FSW)

The processes of contractual formalities were completed by the end of November 2008. The framework for the STRC was in terms of objectives and scope of work was: Objectives 1. Ensure standardized and high quality training of TIs as per NACP IIIs technical and operational guidelines.

3 2. Develop a sustainable system for the capacity building of partner organizations for TIs 3. Gather learning through additional research and develop pedagogy of learning for TI scale up. Scope of the Services: 1. Establish learning systems for capacity building of TIs a. Hire in-house staff technical experts on TIs b. Develop resource pool of consultant/ state trainers on TIs, including persons from high risk group members c. Act as a resource center for all TI partners. d. Carry out operational research to improve the quality of TIs and assist partners NGOs/CBOs / SACS/TSU in identifying and implementing innovative approaches. e. Develop learning site in partnership with an existing TI f. Develop pedagogy for training and provide inputs to NACO/ SACS for future training curriculum. g. Documentation of training programs conducted h. Manage infrastructure for running the training and resource center. i. Maintain a website for the concerned STRC. 2. Conducting trainings a. Translate training modules/learning material in regional language b. Conduct capacity building training programs for state TI partners as mentioned above. This includes management of logistics for the entire training programs and for the participants during training programs. c. Provide feedback to SACS/TSU on impact of training d. Identify and document best practices and training outputs in TI 3. Co-ordination with SACS/TSU: a. Co-ordinate with SACS while providing the services as mentioned in the scope of services. b. Conducting midterm and annual evaluations of TIs as and when required.

4 The STRC team was recruited and a Team building and Training was conducted based on a handbook for workshop based trainings and a handbook for field based supervision, and mentorship, developed by the STRC. for all the members of the STRC team. This is in keeping with the team approach towards capacity building as compared to specialist resource person who are invited to for a few sessions. The STRC developed its Vision Statement, Mission Statement, Value Statement and Goal in keeping with its commitment to strategic planning and sustainability. The team was also provided an induction training Kolkata organized by NACO which combined sessions with exposure visits to a variety of TIs. Vision Statement To facilitate the strategic realignment of the institutions and communities implementing targeted interventions for increase effectiveness and continuous improvement in the quality of the intervention through a knowledge based, process centered systemic response including the development of peers as- self learners, leader and managers, to minimize the spread and the impact of HIV on the social groups or communities Mission Statement We will extend the existing experience and knowledge of capacity building and community organization and development, within our organization and other organizations and individuals with similar resources and provide a systematic training, and build the capacity of the partners of KSAPS implementing HIV Related Targeted Interventions in Karnataka to respond effecti vely and appropriately to the situation HIV in the vulnerable groups and communities. VALUE STATEMENT To recognize the Human Potential for learning, loving and growing within ourselves and others. To possess an attitude of Unconditional Positive Regard for all individuals and recognize the value of the contribution of every individual. To develop a congruence between our statements and deeds. To strive for the betterment of the human condition and self- determination in the underprivileged individuals, social groups and communities.

5 GOAL The goal of this program is to assist the organizations in establishing a learning system and provide for a systematic, efficient and an appropriate component of learning and management through learning leading to continuous quality improvement in the efficacy of the intervention and empowerment of the social groups and communities vulnerable to HIV in congruence with the vision and goals of the National AIDS Control Programme Phase lll

Between December 2008 and February 2009, coordination and planning meetings were held between the Joint Director TI (KSAPS), representatives of the Technical Support Unit (TSU) and the STRC team. These led to extracting the training load, developing a framework for a coordination committee, and planning for trainings between February and March 2009. A draft of a Quality Systems Manual and a Policy Procedure Manual has been developed and needs revision and approval from the BIRDS Management Calling for Tender for Supplies and Web Site development: As per proposal STRC called tenders for website development and hosting, supply of computers, and module translations. Three tenders from AdSoft Solutions, Leafgrafica, Valuebound and Circutek were received after detailed discussions of our idealized requirements. However the contracting for web site and uploading has been postponed following doubts of its value for the operational research and also the low access of computers by the peers and out reach workers. Whether the web site should then be used only as a branding exercise or dissemination of information to other STRCs will need to be researched. Also the need for a web is both English and vernacular-namely Kannada is also a problem for research.
Meeting with Mr. R M Patil Executive Director of BIRDS: A meeting was arranged with Mr. R M Patil Executive Director of BIRDS at ISI, Bangalore on 11th Dec. 2008. STRC team discussed the contract with him and clarified certain Procedural Issues. He assured all the support to STRC team

Collection of various Manuals on HIV related themes:

6 STRC team collected various manuals on HIV related themes like Community Mobilization, Outreach, CBO development and went through them. Developed Guidelines for Exposure Visit: Visited KHPT FSW Gokak Taluka office on 31st Dec. and Bailahongala FSW and MSM offices on 1st Jan.09 interacted with staff, Peers and community to develop guidelines for Exposure visit. On the basis of findings of the visit, guidelines for exposure visit separately developed for FSW and MSM programs and sent to KSAPS and NACO. DAPCU Mainstreaming TOT: Mr. Ramesh attended DAPCU Mainstreaming TOT at District Training Institute, Belgaum on 19th and 29th Jan. 2009 organized by KSAPS, Bangalore. Training highlighted on DAPCU program and NACP III guidelines. District wise Action plan was made to train 7 category groups. STRC induction Program: STRC staff Dr. Vijay Thakur, Ms. Jacintha, Dr. Sadashiv and Mr. Ramesh attended Induction Training organized by NACO at Kolkatta from 5 th to 10th of January 2009. The purpose was to orient the STRC team the whole concept of STRC in NACPIII as well as the roles of STRC Team, SACS, TSU and NACO. The input was given on NACP III goals. The CB plan also was presented. The exposure visit was conducted to Sonagachi FSW project at and SCRI IDU model project in order to get a first hand experience. Through this visit we learnt how a CBO can run TI effectively with minimum handholding and mentoring support. The interactive sessions also were conducted with TI groups. Prepared the training and activity plan for each State with the collaboration of KSAPS/ TSU.

DEVELOPMENT of MANUALS for WORKSHOP BASED TRAININGS; Using the Operational Guidelines of NACO as template, eight Manuals were developed after desk reviews and electronic searches along with the BIRDS HIV Training and Network Center training and Engineering and Quality Consultants (Mumbai) team, namely:
1. Handbook for Workshop Based Training 2. Handbook for Field Based Supervision and Mentorship 3. CMIS and Quality Assurance 4. Financial Management 5. Needs Assessment

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6. Personal Growth and Leadership 7. Vision Building and Strategic Planning 8. Condom Programming 9. Basics of Harm Reduction

These manuals were sent for approvals to NACO Technical Team and the Capacity Building Officer (TSU) and suggestions were incorporated. The manuals tested during the workshop with the diverse personnel from the TIs supported by KSAPS using a rigorous evaluation system. The trainings showed a high yield, of an average increase in knowledge of abo ut 50% in the pre- and post tests, and levels of satisfaction of about 80% as measured through the Sessions Evaluation Questionnaire and the Daily Exit Interviews. The technical and operational requirements for a web site were developed and tenders invited. However due to lack of feasibility of user friendliness especially since the requirement of a bilingual web design and a design for involvement of grass root workers in problem posting and problem solving the tenders received have not yet been finalized II. Brief summary of Trainings conducted:
Sl. Name of the Topics Covered No. Workshop Conducted 1. CMIS Quality Assurance Batch and CMIS definition, History of Computers 1st Quality Control, Quality assurance, KSAPS reporting CMIS format, Service uptake, Calculating wastage of condoms, Service uptake STI treatment, Enabling environment and Peer engagement and CMIS definition, History of Computers nd 2 Quality Control, Quality assurance, KSAPS CMIS reporting Format, Service uptake, Calculating wastage of condoms, Date For Whom

5th and 6th Feb. 2009

Program Managers Counselors

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CMIS Quality Assurance Batch

9th and 11th Feb. 2009

Program Managers Counselors

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Service uptake STI treatment, Enabling environment and Peer engagement Training in Assertiveness contract, Assertiveness, Self esteem, Self worth, Personal Growth Negative and Positive self talk, and Overcoming painful experiences, Leadership

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13th to 16th Feb. 2009

Shadow Leaders

Stress management -relaxation with guided imagery,


Management of anger, Grief work Documentation Who is a leader & what leadership is? Types of leaders Characteristics of Leadership Qualities of a Good leader Developing a organization plan

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Financial Management

1. Phases of HIV/AIDS in a 20th and 21st Accountants Community/Society, Feb.09 2. Characteristics of Existing Accounting Practices, 3. THE ACCOUNTING PROCESS, 4. FLOW CHART OF ACCOUNTING SYSTEM, 5. Basis of Accounting, 6. THREE BASIC TOOLS FOR FINANCIAL ANALYSIS, 7. Cost Effectiveness (Return On Investment) 8. Cash Book, 9. Cash voucher o o Capacity Building Model, Importance of having Vision and Mission statements, Goals and Objectives, Personal vision, Needs of Community, Inter-linkages of Vision, Mission, Goals and Objectives, Developing Vision, Mission, Goals 23rd to 25th Feb.09 ORWs and Peers of MSM TIs

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Vision Building and Strategic Management MSM

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and Objectives for their own CBOs Needs, Wants, and Interest, 27th and 28th Feb.09 Needs assessment methods Iinterests of Your community, Questions before Planning for Needs Assessment, Interview method Individual, Group and Community Questionnaire Observation FGD SELF APPRAISAL STAFF /COMMUNITY CONSULTANTS format, Planning for implementation needs assessment Capacity Building Model, Importance of having Vision and Mission statements, Goals and Objectives, Personal vision, Needs of Community, Inter-linkages of Vision, Mission, Goals and Objectives, Developing Vision, Mission, Goals and Objectives for their own CBOs History of Condoms. How Condom Works 3 steps in Condom Demo. Condom Requirements for Women in Sex Work, Condom Requirements for Migrant Workers, How to Improve Condom Availability, Role of Peers in Condom procurement and monitoring Condom Calculations Condom Programming Checklist, Social Marketing HIV, AIDS and STI History of drugs, Classification of drugs Principles of Harm Reduction 3rd and 4th March 09

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Needs Assessment

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Program Managers

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Vision Building and Strategic Management FSW

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ORWs and Peers of FSW TIs

o o o o 8. Condom Programming 1st Batch o o o o

5th and 6th ORWs and Peers March 09

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Harm Reduction

8th and 9th ORWs and Peers March 09

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o o o o o Approaches to IDU Problem, Basics of Drugs, IDU problem statement, OST and ADVOCACY for INJECTING DRUG USERS.

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Condom Programming 2nd Batch

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Training in Project Management for Program Managers of HIV related TIs 1st batch

History of Condoms. How Condom Works 3 steps in Condom Demo. Condom Requirements for Women in Sex Work, Condom Requirements for Migrant Workers, o How to Improve Condom Availability, o Role of Peers in Condom procurement and monitoring o Condom Calculations o Condom Programming Checklist, o Social Marketing Understanding TI in NACP III Understanding components of T Understanding Management types and the vision and role of Manager Working in partnership: SACS, TSU, NGO Rational and planning for TI Implementing TI Vision, Mission, Goal and Objective Statements Introduction to Human Resource Management Supportive Supervision coaching and mentoring performance indicators Monitoring and evaluation Financial Management Procurement Introduction to Monitoring Indictors CMIS and quality control and quality assurance NACO's CMIS Monitoring Formats Leadership styles and Team building Understanding Leadership and team

11th and 12th March 09

ORWs and Peers

7th to 12th Program Managers July 2009

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building Decision Making, Problems and issues Challenges in Programme Management: Case studies GIPA Expectations of PD from PM Expectations of Peer from PM Expectations of ORW from PM 12 Training in Project Management for Program Managers of HIV related TIs 2nd batch 13th to 18th Program Understanding TI in NACP III July 2009 Managers Understanding components of T Understanding Management types and the vision and role of Manager Working in partnership: SACS, TSU, NGO Rational and planning for TI Implementing TI Vision, Mission, Goal and Objective Statements Introduction to Human Resource Management Supportive Supervision coaching and mentoring performance indicators Monitoring and evaluation Financial Management Procurement Introduction to Monitoring Indictors CMIS and quality control and quality assurance NACO's CMIS Monitoring Formats Leadership styles and Team building Understanding Leadership and team building Decision Making, Problems and issues Challenges in Programme Management: Case studies GIPA Expectations of PD from PM Expectations of Peer from PM Expectations of ORW from PM

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Sl Name of No. visited the

Training Supportive Supervisions Conducted:


of Name of the STRC Supervisors visited 27.8.2009 Dr. Sadashiv Kambale and Mr. Ramesh Gongadi, Training Officers Dr. Sadashiv Kambale and Mr. Ramesh Gongadi, Training Officers Mr. Ramesh Gongadi, Training Officer Dr. Sadashiv Kambale Training Officer Mr. Ramesh Gongadi, Training Officer Dr. Sadashiv Kambale Training Officer Dr. Vijay Thakur External Consultant Activities Done

TI Date visit

FSW TI, Jyothi Mahila Sangha (Zone 7), Bangalore

Meeting with staff and verifications of activities done on the basis of Checklists provided in Program Managers training Meeting with staff and verifications of activities done on the basis of Checklists provided in Program Managers training Meeting with staff and verifications of activities done on the basis of Checklists provided in Program Managers training Meeting with staff and verifications of activities done on the basis of Checklists provided in Program Managers training Meeting with staff and verifications of activities done on the basis of Checklists provided in Program Managers training Meeting with staff and verifications of activities done on the basis of Checklists provided in Program Managers training Meeting with staff and verifications of activities done on the basis of Checklists provided in Program Managers training Observing training session conducted by Program Manager Meeting with staff and verifications of activities done on the basis of Checklists provided in Program Managers training Observing training session conducted by Program Manager Meeting with staff and verifications of activities done on the basis of Checklists provided in Program Managers training

Truckers Project, 28.8.2009 Karnataka Goods Transport Association (KGTA), Bangalore IDU Project, 29.8.2009 Population Services International (PSI), Bangalore FSW TI, Society for Peoples Action Development (SPAD), Bangalore FSW TI, Vijaya Mahila Sangha (VMS) Zone II Bangalore 31.8.2009

01.09.2009

FSW TI, Vijaya Mahila Sangha (Zone VII), Bangalore FSW TI, HKNS Mangalore

1.9.2009

22.09. 2009

MSM TI, HKNS Mangalore

23.09. 2009

Migrant TI, HKNS Mangalore

24.09. 2009

Dr. Vijay Thakur External Consultant and Mr. Ramesh Gongadi Training Officer Dr. Vijay Thakur External Consultant and Dr. Sadashiv

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Training Officer 10 Observing training session conducted by Program Manager Meeting with staff and verifications of activities done on the basis of Checklists provided in Program Managers training Observing training session conducted by Program Manager Meeting with staff and verifications of activities done on the basis of Checklists provided in Program Managers training Observing training session conducted by Program Manager Meeting with staff and verifications of activities done on the basis of Checklists provided in Program Managers training Meeting with staff and verifications of activities done on the basis of Checklists provided in Program Managers training Observing training session conducted by Program Manager Meeting with staff and verifications of activities done on the basis of Checklists provided in Program Managers training Observing training session conducted by Program Manager Meeting with staff and verifications of activities done on the basis of Checklists provided in Program Managers training Observing training session conducted by Program Manager Meeting with staff and verifications of activities done on the basis of Checklists provided in Program Managers training Observing training session conducted by Program Manager Meeting with staff and verifications of activities done on the basis of Checklists provided in Program Managers training Observing training session conducted by Program Manager Meeting with staff and verifications of activities done on the basis of Checklists provided in Program Managers training Observing training session conducted by Program Manager

BCT Migrant TI, Yeshwanthapur, Bangalore FSW TI, GUARD, Udupi

24.09. 2009

Mr. Ramesh Gongadi, Training Officer Dr. Vijay Thakur External Consultant

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25.09. 2009

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FSW TI, Sahabhagini, Chikkamagalore BCT Migrant TI, Yelahanka, Bangalore MSM TI, GUARD, Udupi

25.9.2009

Dr. Sadashiv Kambale Training Officer Mr. Ramesh Gongadi, Training Officer Dr. Vijay Thakur External Consultant

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25.09. 2009

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26.09. 2009

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FSW TI, Swasthi Mahila Sangha, Bangalore FSW TI, Prawarda, Bidar

26.09. 2009

Mr. Ramesh Gongadi, Training Officer Dr. Sadashiv Kambale Training Officer Dr. Sadashiv Kambale Training Officer Dr. Sadashiv Kambale Training Officer

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30.9.2009

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MSM TI, Prawarda, Bidar

01.10. 2009

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FSW TI, STPRDSS, Bidar

02.10. 2009

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T EAM BU ILDING WORKSHOP : Cond ucte d Team Bu i ld in g W or ksho p a t IS I, Ba ng a lor e fr om 5 t h D ec. 08 t0 11 t h Dec.08 f or th e pur pos e cap acit y b ui ld in g of STRC team kee pi ng i n m i nd be l ow goa l an d ob jec ti ves. Dr. Vi j ay Th akur fac il ita te d th e w orks ho p. Goal : The goal of the workshop was to build the capacity of BIRDS-STRC (K) team which will include ensuring that all the staff of the STRC assimilates the aspirations and values of the STRC. Objectives: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Drawing up and clarifying the roles and responsibilities of each individual staff of STRC. Addressing the emergent learning needs of individual members. Clarifying the Communication channels between STRC and KSAPS/TSU (K). to establish liaison and partnership with KSAPS and TSU. To develop training themes based on the need assessment and developing modules. To discuss and finalize tendering process of website design and supplies like computer etc. 7. To review of operational guidelines. 8. Review of self appraisal forms of trainers. 9. Finalizing the CB need assessment and CB plan of STRC and role specification of STRC team. 10. Consultation meeting with KSAPS/TSU (K). Background: The team building workshop was planned for 7 days induction training for STRC staff. The methods planned were predominately activity based and interactive, with minimum of discursive content. The creative methods like brainstorming, power point presentations, activity based exercises, games and creative thinking exercises were used in the workshop. The main topics covered in the workshop are; 1. Team Building Sessions. 2. Models of HIV and Role of STRC in Socio-economic cultural model. 3. Goals and objectives of STRC. 4. Capacity Building model of STRC. 5. Building of Vision, Mission and Goals for STRC. 6. Web designing process of STRC. 7. Types of evaluation. 8. Process of Operational Research. 9. ART Counseling 10. Team work.

15 INITIAL MEETING WITH KSAPS - JD-TI


Report Of The Meeting of STRC members with (JD T- KSAPS) and TSU (Kar) Date: 5th Dec. 2008 Place: Office Karnataka State AIDS Preventions Society (KSAP, Bangalore Time 3.30 pm to 5.30pm Members present at the Meeting: 1. Mrs. Chandrakantha Joint Director KSAPS, Bangalore. 2. DR. John TSU (K) 3. Mr. Shashidharan Capacity Building Unit, KSAPS. 4. Dr. Vijay Thakur, Team Leader BIRDS-STRC(Kar). 5. Ms. Jacintha Pinto Project Coordinator BIRDS-STRC (Kar). 6. Mr. Ramesh G. Training Officer, BIRDS-STRC(Kar) The purpose of the meeting was; 1. To initiate the mechanism for Liaison and with KSAPS and TSU (Kar). 2. To discuss Capacity Building Planning process of STRC 3. To clarify any other matter related to STRC- BIRDS. Discussions happened; As scheduled the team had meeting with Ms. Chandrakantha, Joint Director (TI) and Dr. John, Team Leader, TSU KSAPS. Mr. Shashidharan joined in. At the beginning Ms. Chandrakantha asked about the staffing structure and locations of STRC as well as staff placement. Dr. Thakur clarified that the STRC office and infrastructure will be located in the Campus of Belgaum Integrated Rural Development Society (BIRDS) at Tukkanati- Gokak. Dr. Vijay Thakur explained the staffing structure referring to the tripartite contract for the STRC. About the placement he said that the Training Coordinator namely Ms. Jacintha Pinto will be placed in Bangalore to ensure communications with KSAPS and the TSU and will be in the STRC at BIRDS Campus for approximately 10 days a month. Two Trainers namely Dr. Sadashiv and Mr. Ganesh- the training officers and the accountant/clerical staff will be placed at the STRC. Dr. Vijay Thakur is placed in Mumbai and will be visiting STRC office or off site trainings in Karnataka as per the work plan. Ms. Chandrakantha asked whether the STRC would physically conduct trainings or act as a think tank for the training agencies employed by KSAPS and is responsible for monitoring and assessment of the trainings. For clarification of the functioning of the STRC Dr. John referred to the copy of the contract. Dr. Thakur asked about present coverage of KSAPS supported Targeted Interventions (TI). Mrs. Chandrakantha informed that KSAPS is working with 43 TIs covering 29,000 Female Sex Workers (FSWs) and 4,500 Men who have sex with men (MSM) one intervention with long distance truckers and some interventions with migrant workers. She informed that an intervention with long distance truckers may be added shortly along with some more targeted interventions. Ms. Chandrakantha said that KSAPS/TSU (K) had conducted much training for TIs till date and that these trainings have been outsourced to three agencies namely Karnataka Health Promotion Trust (KHPT), Swami Vivekanada Youth Movement (SVYM) and Population Services International (PSI). Dr. Chandrakantha offered to provide the STRC with information about the training load,

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trainings conducted and the trainings planned till the end of March 2008. She also said that the STRC needs to study the Model Contracts with different types of NGOS and that she would mail these to Dr. Thakur. (All these documents were emailed to STRC, the next day by Ms. Chandrakantha to STRC) Given the training plan in place till March 2009 Dr. John suggested that the STRC could conduct training for the accountants. Dr. Thakur suggested that alternatively if trainings on personal growth, including building of self esteem, leadership and assertiveness have not been conducted so far then the STRC could focus on these, especially for the Community Based Organisations (CBOs). Chandrakantha urged STRC to conduct the training on personality development, leadership and financial management for CBO shadow leaders and the intervention with truckers. She suggested that a greater focus on operational research would be useful. The OR could focus on achievements, effectiveness and impact of the training so far conducted. Based on the findings that emerge during operational research the future CB plan will be prepared. This would assist KSAPS since the contract with all the TIs will be concluded in March 2009 and the information from the OR by STRC would assist KSAPS in decisions for engaging organizations for the next fiscal year. Dr. Thakur felt that this seems logical since the key goal of STRC is to synergies with the needs of KSAPS, but the OR would be more focused on the learnings and impact of trainings and problems faced rather than evaluating NFO/CBO performance. Dr. John felt that it would not be feasible to evaluate impact of trainings. He cited an example of an excellent training of doctors on Syndromic Management of STIs but which brought about no change in the trainee doctors; hence correlation of quality of training and impact of training would be difficult to measure. Dr. Thakur informed that the STRC is developing a Manual for Programme Directors (NGO representatives) and we could initiate this too. To this Dr. John said that such training has been conducted by KHPT for all TI- Programme directors. Dr.Thakur requested a copy of the training curriculum and manual of the same. Dr. Thakur suggested that KSAPS could consider a Master Trainers Development Programme for Peer Trainings as this would lead to both development of local capacity building and also empowerment of staff of the TIs. He cited the experience of BIRDS HIV Training and Network Center in Maharashtra since 2005 and also the recent experience of direct training of peers of Goa SACS. Mr. Shashidhran seemed to agree with such an approach namely through Master Trainers, for peer development Ms. Chandrakantha asked for details of the experience in Maharashtra and Dr. Thakur agreed to mail the same to her. Ms. Chandrakantha wanted clarification of expenses for the accommodation, food and travel of the trainees. Dr. Thakur clarified that the trainings have been classified into ON-Site training i.e. those trainings conducted at the location of the STRC namely BIRDS campus and Off site training ie. Training conducted away from the STRC site. The costing for these have been clarified in two Pre-bid meetings held at NACO and these minutes would be provided to Ms. Chandrakantha. However it appeared that Ms, Chandrakantha acknowledged that the costs of the trainees would have to be borne by KSAPS. Thus she said that while planning for the training programme for next

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year the travel cost of the participants should also be increased from the present Rs. 300/- to Rs. 800/- as the on site training will be held in Belgaum. Dr. Thakur informed that the STRC has called for tenders for design and hosting of web site and this , after due approvals would be launched latest by the first week of February, 2009. It was agreed that the STRC would develop a training plan on the lines suggested above and provide it to KSAPS, TSU (Kar) and NACO for review and finalization. Ms. Pinto provided the agenda for the team building meeting that had been planned from the 5th to 11th December 2008 at Indian Social Institute (Bangalore) and invited the members of KSAPS and TSU to the same. Dr. Thakur thanked everyone for the meeting and the meeting was concluded. The meeting ended at 5.30 p.m.

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TRAINING LOAD IN THE STATE: The below table shows the training load given for the period of Dec. 2008 to No. 2009. A. Core TI
Approved Status of Staffing Approve Approv Appro d Approv ed Approv Approved Approved Approved Approved Identificati New TI New TI New New ved:P Account ed Couns ed Community Shadow Committee Community Name of NGO District on Population Old TI (R1) (R2) TI R3 TI R4 M ant ORW elors Peers Mobilizers Leaders Coordinator Advocates total 1 MYRADA Chamrajnagar FSW YES 1 1 3 1 10 0 0 0 0 16 2 MYRADA Chamrajnagar MSM T YES 0 1 2 1 7 0 0 0 0 11 3 CARDTS Tumkur Sira FSW YES 1 1 4 1 14 0 0 0 0 21 4 CARDTS Tumkur Tumkur FSW YES 1 1 4 1 14 0 0 0 0 21 5 CARDTS Tumkur Transit FSW YES 1 1 3 1 11 0 0 0 0 17 6 SVYM Hassan FSW YES 1 1 5 1 17 0 0 0 0 25 7 SVYM Hassan FSW YES 1 1 2 1 8 0 0 0 0 13 8 SVYM Hassan MSM T YES 1 1 2 1 8 0 0 0 0 13 9 SWIM Chikmanglur FSW YES 1 1 4 1 18 0 0 0 0 25 10 Sahabhagini Chikmanglur FSW YES 1 1 1 1 5 2 3 1 2 17 11 GUARD Udipi FSW YES 1 1 4 1 15 0 0 0 0 22 12 CARDTS Dakshin Kannada FSW YES 1 1 3 1 10 0 0 0 0 16 13 HKNS Dakshin Kannada FSW YES 1 1 6 1 25 0 0 0 0 34 14 HKNS Dakshin Kannada MSM T YES 1 1 3 1 14 0 0 0 0 20 15 Samara Bangalore MSM T YES 1 1 2 1 4 3 3 1 1 17 16 Samara Bangalore MSM T YES 0 1 3 1 6 3 3 1 1 19 17 BCT Bangalore FSW YES 1 1 15 2 60 0 0 0 0 79 18 SPAD Bangalore FSW YES 1 1 10 2 40 0 0 0 0 54 19 VMS Bangalore FSW YES 1 1 4 1 16 5 3 1 2 34 20 VMS Bangalore FSW YES 1 1 5 1 20 5 3 1 2 39 21 JMS Bangalore FSW YES 1 1 5 1 20 5 3 1 2 39 22 SMS Bangalore FSW YES 1 1 4 1 12 4 3 2 2 30 23 PSI Bangalore IDU YES 1 1 5 1 25 0 0 0 0 33 24 Ashodaya Samithi Kodagu FSW YES 1 1 2 1 6 2 3 1 2 19 25 Samraksha Koppal FSW YES 1 1 5 1 25 0 0 0 0 33 26 Samraksha Koppal MSM T YES 1 1 2 1 8 0 0 0 0 13 27 MYRADA Bidar FSW YES 1 1 1 1 6 0 0 0 0 10 28 STPRDSS Bidar FSW YES 1 1 4 1 16 0 0 0 0 23 29 Prawardha Bidar MSM T YES 1 1 2 1 7 0 0 0 0 12 30 Ashodaya Samithi Chikmanglur MSM T 1 1 2 1 7 2 3 1 1 19 Total 28 30 117 32 454 31 27 10 15 744

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B. Non Core TI
Approve Approved Approved d VPL Approved Approved Project Approved Accountan Approved (Refer Health Peer District Population Coordinator Counselor t ORW Below) Educators Educators Total Bangalore Migrant 1 1 5 Bangalore Migrant 1 1 5 Bellary Migrant 1 1 5 Bellary Migrant 1 1 5 Dakshin Kannada Migrant 1 1 5 Mandya Migrant 1 1 5 Kodagu Migrant 1 1 5 Hassan Migrant 1 1 5 Bidar Migrant 1 1 5 Bangalore Truckers 1 1 1 2 10 Total 10 10 1 45 0 2 10

# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Name of NGO BCT BCT Abiruddi Abiruddi HKNS Ashodaya Samithi Asha Kirana KIDS Prawardha KGTA

7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 15 78

20 ACADEMIC COMMITTEE MEETING: Minutes of Meeting: State Training and Resource Centre- Karnataka Academic Committee
Organisation: State Training and Resource Centre- Karnataka (STRC) Date: Place: Time taken: Start time: 26.6.2009 Karnataka State AIDS Prevention Society(KSAPS), Conference Hall Three hours fifteen minutes 2:30 pm

Conducted by: Ms. Chandrakantha M. - JD (TI) KSAPS

Agenda: 1. Welcome 2. Review of Agenda and finalization of Agenda 3. Review of role of Academic Committee 4. Review of Role of STRC 5. Activities completed by STRC Karnataka till date 6. Review of Annual Action Plan and approval of final plan 7. Vote of thanks Participants 1. Mr. R.R. Jannu, - Project Director, KSAPS 2. Ms. Chandrakantha M. - JD TI, KSAPS 3. Ms. Lydia Sebastian. - Project Management Specialist 4. Mr. Sadashiv Jirlimath.-, Training Coordinator- STRC 5. Mr. Shivakumar - STPRDSS, Bidar 6. Mr. Mali Mahantesh.- Founder ( Positive Network, Belgaum ) 7. Mr. Mohammad Gous,-Sweekar, ( Rep. MSM and TG) Belgaum 8. Mr. Shripad Bhat, ICMR, Belgaum 9. Mr. Bojo Jam Paite, PSI, Bangalore 10. Ms. Lalita Harijan.- Shakti AIDS Tadegattuva Mahila Sangha, Gokak 11. Mr. B.T.Vishwanath. - Advocate and Member of Karnataka Network of Lawyers for Action on AIDS-, Mandya 12. Mr. Vijayakumar. Project Director, SPAD Bangalore 13. Dr. Vijay Thakur, External Consultant , STRC (K) Activities/ Discussions/ Difficulties Represented/ Program Reviews/ Organsiational Matters/ Any Other Meeting started with a welcome to all the members by Ms. Jirlimath and also provided a brief introduction and the objectives of the STRC and about the meeting

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The members present introduced themselves stating their areas of work experience and the way they could contribute to development of the State Training and Resource Centre. Mr. Jirlimath asked whether any revision of the agenda was desired all the members did not feel the need for any change in the agenda and the agenda was formally accepted. Ms. Chandrakantha -JDTI of KSAPS explained the training system followed by KSAPS till the setting up of the STRC. She further explained the process and the rationale of the National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO) in the setting up of STRCs. Ms. Chandrakantha gave a detailed description of the evens ranging from the tri-partite contracting, induction training of STRCs by NACO in Kolkatta, development of an action plan. Ms. Chandrakantha pointed out that after a review meeting with NACO in January 2009 the Director General of NACO amended the contract which included the formation of an Academic Committee for each STRC. At this point Mr. R.R. Janu, Project Director (KSAPS), joined the meeting and requested for an introduction of the members of the Academic Committee (AC-STRC) and this was done Mr. Jirlimath briefly described the role of and the expectations from the AC-STRC and the members reviewed it from the handout provided to them. Mr. Vijaykumar suggested that the AC-STRC members could also assist the STRC in evaluation of the training at the programmatic and field level. This was agreed as a valuable suggestion. Mr. Janu enquired about the evaluation methods used in the past trainings and Ms. Chandrakantha informed that multiple agencies under the umbrella of the Technical Support Unit (TSU) used to conduct the trainings and the method of pre- and post test evaluations was commonly used. Dr. Thakur requested Mr. Shripad Bhat to review the evaluation system used by the STRC and He agreed to do that once he receives the mail. Mr. Vijaykumar said that he had taken reports on the previous trainings by the STRC and they had reported that is was participatory. However the question of application at field level needs more systematic assessment. Mr. Jirlimath said that the priority of NACO was training and developing efficient Programme Managers of the Targeted Interventions (TIs) and a Module has been developed by NACO and training on the same was conducted in May 2009 by NACO. Ms. Chandrakantha added that besides training the Program Mangers will need to be empowered. Dr. Thakur reported that many Program Mangers had not seen the contract and the proposal sanctioned by KSAPS, and we could begin by ensuring that the Programme Managers should bring a copy of their proposal to the trainings. Ms. Chandrakantha agreed that this clause would be included in the invitation letters to the NGOs. Some members requested that the NACO module should be circulated. Mr Jirlimath explained that the soft copy of the module was not available but the power point slides were available and could be mailed to all the members. It was agreed that the STRC would mail the slides through email and the suggestions of members would be reviewed. Dr. Vijay Thakur said that some sessions like strategic planning, types of leadership and team building, conversion of data into information and its analysis, additions to the supportive supervision module with coaching/ mentorship need to be added. The need for these was clarified after discussions the members agreed that these additions seemed appropriate but suggested that STRC

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should send the additional sessions to the AC-STRC members through email for review and the comments. This was agreed upon. At this point of time Mr. Vijaykumar suggested to have follow-up trainings to ensure that they met the real needs of the programmes. Mr. Jirlimath clarified that hand-holding follow up was built into the training and action plan as per the NACO guide lines. Mr. Vijaykumar suggested that KSAPS should ensure that there was uniformity between recommendations of the STRC and those by the TSU officers. Ms. Chandrakantha agreed upon this and suggested that system would be developed. Since all the formats for documentation have been finalized by NACO NACP III with additional formats for Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) have provided by Dr. Prasad from NACO at the recent workshop on Syndromic Management of STIs and Training of Preferred Medical Practitioners at least as per the documentation system the possibility of diffrenecs in recording formats has been reduced. Mr. Jirlimath then clarified that following the training PMs will have to develop individual action plans at workshops and that STRC will develop in checklist and indicators for measuring the application of the trainings which will be used during field based supervision Mr. Jirlimath further clarified that the field visit reports will be forwarded to KSAPS with necessary recommendation for improvement. Mr. Mali Mahantesh (PLHIV network) expressed the concern about necessary weight age to GIPA policy in PM training, since this component was included and budgeted for in TIs, but not included in the module. Ms. Chandrakantha asked for concrete suggestions regarding GIPA component. Mr. Mali Mahantesh suggested that frequent meetings between staff of Tis and district networks of PLHIV, linkages for referrals were some possibilities but STRC could review more possibilities and include them in the trainings of the PMs. This was agreed upon by all members. Ms. Lalitha requested for a provision for community members fro TIs for Female Sex Workers (FSWs) to get trained as PM even if they were not post graduate. Ms. Chandrakantha clarified that the PMs roles required quite a high level of literacy and other skills like financial management and documentation and that at this point there was no possibility to permit non-qualified community members to become Program Managers and it is unlikely that the present policy of NACO will be changed. Also members expressed the need to add the committee members in supervision so that the grass root learning can get into training syllabus. Mr. Jannu, PD, KSAPS, asked what the STRC has done during the last 6 moth training. Mr. Jirlimath briefly covered the quarterly report of the STRC and a copy of the same was provided to Mr. Jannu and to all the members. Dr. Thakur explained that the plan to upload a web site for the STRC had been deferred since it was found that in most TIs except for the Project Directors, Accountants and the Programme Mangers other staff were usually not provided access to the computer and that the STRC had planned the Web Site for sharing and a mutual problem solving platform by grass root workers the web site had not been done though it has been designed and three tenders had been processed by the STRC.

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The Project Director said that though the ideal conditions of usage of the web site may not happen it could have some use for a beginning and then like placing the activities, training plans, manuals etc., of STRC on it. Mr. Vijaykumar stated that the web site could also provide linkages to other useful sites. Dr. Thakur said that linkages had been included into the site. It was agreed that the STRC would recall fresh tenders by July 15 th and upload the site by 15th August Mr. Jirlimath presented the Annual work Plan which had been circulated. The members discussed the plan and felt that it was acceptable. Dr. Vijay Thakur has explained the ORW training module has to develop by NACO by end of July. Training of PM on program management planned in July 2009 in two batches at BIRDS Campus. Ms. Chandrakantha enquired about the plan for training of the peers. Dr. Thakur reported that at the meeting with DG- NACO in may this issue had been raised. DGNACO had expressed that perhaps learning sites could be used for training of peers. STRC- Karnataka has suggested a Training of Trainers approach, especially since the new guidelines require the PM to be on the field for at least 12-13 days and are responsible for capacity building activities, However we would have to wait for definite guidelines from NACO, for the trainings of peers Dr. Thakur said since the training was a long one, of six days and the issues were not only complex but also abstract and therefore STRC felt that the batches should be small ones. Snacks and tea was served to the members. The total training load is thirty three Programme Managers and these could be divided into batches of seventeen and sixteen respectively. All the members felt that for quality trainings smaller batches should be preferred and it was agreed that the training of PMs would be conducted in two batches. Ms. Chandrakantha reported that participants had expressed great difficulty of travelling from their areas which , except for Kopal and Bidar were located in southern Karnataka it would be preferred that the training should be conducted in Bangalore or Mangalore. Mr. Jirlimath clarified that though this was desirable BIRDS had enquired about available venues and none in Bangalore or Mangalore were available for continuous 6 days in the month of July and since it was expected by NACO that the trainings of the PMs should be completed by July, latest, it was better that BIRDS which has all the facilities, was an unavoidable choice. Ms. Jannu and the other members agreed to this, but said that in future all attempts would be made by BIRDS to conduct in decentralized way. STRC agreed to this on the condition that there would be sufficient time after plans are provided by NACO and KSAPS with sufficient time to allow the bookings of the venue, stay facilities etc. It was agreed that it was rational to conduct the training for the PMs in 2 batches and the venue would be BIRDS Campus. Mr. Jirlimath said that regarding training Out Reach Workers (ORWs), have been planned subject to the availability of ORW manual by NACO and that the further trainings shall be conducted as per action plan presented at this meeting.

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Ms Chandrakantha -JD TI shared details of the personnel working under present TI and proposed plan of training for June/ July since NACO directed to the priority. JD TI agreed upon the present plan. It was agreed that if new PMs are recruited or replaced STRC would do compressed trainings of three to four days, either in a small group or individually in the NGO office. This was agreed upon. Ms. Chandrakantha suggested to the community representatives to take an active role in the trainings. Ms. Lalitha said that she had been involved in the previous trainings and had conducted sessions. DR. Thakur said that community representatives from Sweekar and PLHIV organisations had conducted trainings in the previous trainings conducted by the STRC JD TI asked to send the budget for this training with travel details for convenience of trainees, and time table and same was agreed upon. STRC requested for the budget as per the NACO norms since in the past trainings the STRC was spending is more than the budget provided by KSAPS. Ms. Chandrakantha pointed out that the NACO norms were the upper limits and KSAPS would provide a budget it felt appropriate. Mr. Vishwanth (Advocate) from Mandya, reported his experience on a recent visit to a TI and found that the staff had little or no knowledge about the legal issues that need to be addressed. Ms. Chandrakantha agreed that for the crisis management component the PMs should have some bsic information on the relevant laws. It was suggested to add a ses sion of relevant legal as per needs to be added to the module and tha the PMs must know how to deal with field crises. JD TI also requested add on this since crises management budget line is there for every TIs. Mr. Jirlimath agreed that STRC would plan a session on law for the training of the PMs The annual plan was approved by the member of the academic committee. The meeting concluded with the decision that a draft on minutes of meeting (MoM)shall be circulated through Email for finalisation and based on any changes by the members that final MoM will be forwarded to KSAPS and NACO. Mr. Vijaykumar suggested that the minutes could also be approved at the next meeting of the AC-STRC. This was agreed upon. It was agreed that the next meeting of the AC- STRC would be held in September 2009 as per the plan approved. The meeting ended by vote of thanks by Mr. Jirlimath. After the conclusion of the meeting informal discussion between the mebers continued, Ms. Chandrakantha gave the total training load for the KSPAS supported NGOs and these were recorded. The dues travel expenses of the members were settled by the STRC. It was decided that the meeting evaluation form will Emailed to all the members.

Conclusions: It is felt that the composition of the Academic Committee with members from different disciplines, experiences and backgrounds was appropriate and that the AC-STRC would be effective in improving the quality of the STRCs work. Also some members expressed active involvement in the trainings either through conducting some sessions or monitoring and the assessment of the effectiveness of the trainings by the STRC.

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All the themes in the agenda were covered with great support not only by the members but also Ms. Jannu PD(KSAPS and Ms. Chandrakantha JD-TI (KSAPS) The annual plan till the end of the contract period and the modalities of delivery were unanimously agreed upon by the Committee. ( Annex 1) It was agreed that the committee members would be in communication and not wait for the formal meetings alone Evaluation of Value of Meeting: Person who Conducted Evaluation of Meeting: Dr. Vijay Thakur Method/s Used for Evaluation: a structured questionnaire has been circulated to all members (see Annex 2) Plan of Action emerging from the meeting 1. Approval of Action Plan of STRC Kar. 2. Budgets, Draft of letters of invitation to be mailed to JD-TI ( KSAPS) by STRC. 3. Additional Sessions planned by STRC to be mailed to members for review 4. Recommendations by members to be included in the trainings. 5. PowerPoints of the NACO Module for Training of Programme Mangers to be mailed by STRC to all members. 6. Web site of STRC Karnataka to be uploaded by 15th August 2009 by STRC 7. Evaluation system of STRC to be reviewed by Ms. Shripad Bhat. 8. Evaluations forms to be emailed to all members by 29th June 2009 9. Draft copy of MoM to be mailed to all members and NACO 10. Final MoM to be mailed after comments and corrections if any by members 11. MoM to be placed at the next meeting of the AC-STRC. 12. Next meeting of the Academic Committee to be convened by the STRC in September 2009. Date 29th June 2009 Prepared by: Mr. Sadashiv Jirlimath and Dr Vijay Thakur Circulated to: Members of the Academic Committee of STRC (K). / Technical Officers - NACO

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BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE WORKSHOP CONDUCTED:

1. Training in CMIS and Quality Assurance Batch 1


The training on CMIS and Quality Assurance Batch -1 was conducted on: 5th and 6th February 2009 in STRC (Kar) BIRDS, Tukkanatti The Manual was developed after a desk review of several Manuals both from India, Handbooks and research materials through internet search and the library in BIRDS HIV Training and Network Center at Navi Mumbai with the Capacity Building Framework provided in the Operational Guidelines -Volume One.( NACO) CMIS and Quality Assurance by the three groups ,in Mumbai., where the assumption was that the trainees namely Project Mangers and Counselors the persons who control the CMIS would link CMIS with project Management and Continuous Quality Improvement of their respective targeted interventions. The workshop schedules and the manual developed were sent for approval to the National AIDS Control Organsiation (NACO) , Karnataka State AIDS Control society ( Joint DirectorTargeted Interventions) and the members of the Technical Support Unit (TSU- Karnataka). After the approval for them the workshop time table was designed. The structure used in the Workshop is: Large and Small group discussions. 1. Handouts on CMIS definition, History of Computers, Quality Control and Quality Assurance, Service uptake, CMIS reporting format. 2. Worksheets on MIX and MIS, Worksheets on calculating wastage of condoms, Service uptake STI treatment, Enabling environment and Peer engagement. A systematic motivational system -token economy, was used for the workshop where desirable behaviors conducive to learning like coming on time, asking questions, answering other trainees questions, volunteering for activities were listed and when these were observed trainees were given tokens (colored stickers) which they collected and could cash the tokens for a gift at the end of the workshop according to the number of tokens collected.. The evaluation system- Pre and Post workshop evaluation, Products during Trainings, Session Evaluation Questionnaire and Exit interviews system was used. Fig1: Percentage Increase in correct answers after workshop
100 80 60 40 20 0 1st Q 2nd Q 3rd Q 4th Q 5thQ

Increase in Correct Answers

There was an average 74.71% increase in correct answer after the work shop
(See participants list as Annexure 1)

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2. Training in CMIS and Quality Assurance Batch 2:


Training in CMIS and Quality Assurance Batch 2 was conducted on 9 th and 10th February 2009 in BIRDS, Campus Tukkanatti, The workshop was planned after discussing with K SAPS and NACO, KSAPS felt the need to have CMIS workshop. The workshop schedules and manual were developed and sent for approval. After the approval for them the workshop time table was designed. The structure used in the Workshop is: Large and Small group discussions. The materials used and provided to the trainees were 1. Handouts on CMIS definition, History of computers, Quality Control and quality assurance, Service uptake, CMIS reporting format. 2. Worksheets on MIX and MIS, Worksheets on calculating wastage of condoms, Service uptake STI treatment, Enabling environment and Peer engagement. A systematic motivational system -token economy, was used for the workshop. The evaluation system- Pre and Post workshop evaluation, Session evaluations and Exit interviews system was used. Percentage Increase in Correct Answers after Workshop
90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 1st Q 2nd Q 3rd Q 4th Q 5thQ

Increase in Correct Answ ers

The baseline data is disturbing in that there was almost no kno wledge of basics of information and its value. It is recommended that a more intense workshop on data, conversion of data into information and the utilization of CMIS for continuous improvement of quality of the interventions should be conducted for the Program Mangers and Counselors. In fact since peers and out reach workers are collecting raw data such a training and involvement of them in increasing the value of CMIS for quality improvements should also be considered
(See participants list as Annexure 2) 3. Training in Promoting Personal Growth and Leadership:

Training in Promoting Personal Growth and Leadership was held on 13 th to 16th February 2009 in BIRDS, Campus Tukkanatti, The workshop was planned after discussing with KSAPS and NACO, KSAPS felt the need to have Vision building and strategic management workshop for the FSW TIs of KSAPS.

28 The Manual was developed after a desk review of several Manuals both from India, Handbooks and research materials through internet search and the library in BIRD S HIV Training and Network Center at Navi Mumbai in collaboration with consultants from the BIRDS Training Team from Maharashtra; with the Capacity Building Framework provided in the Operational Guidelines-Volume One. The workshop schedules and manual were developed and sent for approval. After the approval for them the workshop time table was designed. The workshop was planned after discussing with KSAPS and NACO. All the times Organizations and Sanghas only talking about HIV/AIDS, STI, Condom, Report writing not sharing about staff sorrows and happiness. This workshop is about Person not on subject. The workshop schedules and manual were developed and sent for approval. After the approval for them the workshop time table was designed. The structure used in the Workshop is: Large and Small group discussions. The materials used and provided to the trainees were 1. Handouts Learning contract, Token economy, Assertiveness, Types of leaders were used. 2. Worksheets on Who am I?, What is love?, Negative and Positive self talk, Overcoming painful experiences were used. A systematic motivational system -token economy, was used for the workshop. The evaluation system- Pre and Post workshop evaluation, Session evaluations and Exit interviews system were used. Six Volunteers from BIRDS assisted in translating and filling up the worksheets for trainees those who do not write and read. One Volunteer for per three trainees Increase in Correct Answers for Information based Questions
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3rd Q

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Reduction in Negative Self Talk: About 7 ie. Almost 50% of trainees reported a significant reduction in negative self talk.
(See participants list as Annexure 3)

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4. EXPOSURE VISIT REPORT

The Exposure visit was conducted for the Shadow Leaders on 17 th and18thFeb. 2009. The exposure visit arranged at FSW CBOs namely- Shakthi Mahila Sangha, Gokak, Belgaum Dist. And Chaithanya Mahila Sangha, Mudhol, Dist. Bagalkot in two teams The workshop was planned after discussing with KSAPS and NACO, KSAPS felt the need to have Exposure Visit for the Shadow Leaders of FSW CBOs.. The Exposure Visit schedules and Guidelines for exposure were developed and sent for approval. After the approval for them the exposure visit time table was designed. The structure used in the Exposure visit is: Large and Small group discussions. 1. CBO visit. 2. DIC visit 3. FSW site visits and 4. Discussion with CBO staff, Peers and Community members. The materials used and provided to the trainees were Handouts on Guidelines for Exposure Visit. Worksheets on questions to be asked in Visit and major Learnings from the visit
(See participants list as Annexure 4)

5. Workshop on Financial Management:


The workshop on Financial Management was conducted on 20 th and 21st Feb. 2009 in BIRDS, Campus Tukkanatti, The workshop was planned after discussing with KSAPS and NACO, KSAPS felt the need to have workshop on Financial Management for the Accountants of the TIs. The Manual was developed after a desk review of handbooks on Accounting Practices for Non-Profit Organisations by The Indian Institute of Chartered Accountants Capacity Building Framework provided in the Operational Guidelines (Vol.1) and on-Financial Management (NACO) and some sessions were provided by Ms. Lakshmi Raman from Surya Kaizen Consultants ( Bangalore) The workshop schedules and manual were developed and sent for approval. After the approval for them the workshop time table was designed. The structure used in the Workshop is: Large and Small group discussions and PowerPoint Presentations. The materials used and provided to the trainees were PowerPoint Presentations on HIV. Handouts on Phases of HIV/AIDS in a Community/Society, Characteristics of Existing Accounting Practices, The Accounting Process, Flow Chart Of Accounting System, Basis of Accounting, Three Basic Tools For Financial Analysis, Cost Effectiveness (Return On Investment) Worksheets on How to prepare a Cash Book, Cash voucher and Phases of HIV and its Socio-economic Impact. A systematic motivational system -token economy, was used for the workshop. The evaluation system- Pre and Post workshop evaluation, Session evaluations and Exit interviews system was used.

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Percentage Increase after Workshop
100 80 60 40 20 0 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Q 5Q 6Q 7Q 8Q Increase after Workshop

The maximum gains seem to have been in areas of maintaining the cash book, the Statement of Expenditure and the procedure of appointing an Auditor.
(See participants list as Annexure 5)

6 . V I S I O N BUI L DI NG A N D S T RAT E G I C M AN AG EM E NT

W o r k s ho p o n vi s i o n b ui ld i ng a nd s tr a te g i c m a na g e m e nt fo r H IV r e la te d ta r g e te d i n te r ve nti o ns M S M C B Os / NG Os s up p o r te d b y K S A P S .
The 27 participants attended training were ORWs and Peers from NGOs and CBOs. Prominently working for Sexual Minority, (SVYM HSSAN: 6, Myrada Chamarajnagar:5, Samraksha, Koppal: 8,HKNS Mangalore:8) Around 6 of them did not know to read and write hence needed some assistance to write their views. Prior to the training A pre- workshop note outlining the objectives of the workshop had been mailed to all the participants along with the invitations, seeking comments, notes and suggestions, to the workshop. The workshop was planned after discussing with KSAPS and NACO, KSAPS felt the need to have Vision building and strategic management workshop for the FSW TIs of KSAPS. The Manual was developed after a desk review of several Manuals both from India, Handbooks and research materials through internet search and the library in BIRDS HIV Training and Network Center at Navi Mumbai in collaboration with consultants from the BIRDS Training Team from Maharashtra; with the Capacity Building Framework provided in the Operational Guidelines-Volume One. Engineering and Quality Consultants (E&Q Consultants- Navi Mumbai) offered voluntary consultations and assisted in developing some of the sessions The workshop schedules and manual were developed and sent for approval. After the approval for them the workshop time table was designed. The contents of the workshop were planned in congruence with the program design of the targeted interventions, namely The session plans included the themes of: Clarity on Capacity Building Recognizing the need of capacity building in HIV prevention programs. Capacity Building Model of STRC Recognizing the need of capacity building model in HIV prevention programs. Concept clarification of Vision statement. Concept clarification of Mission statement. Recognizing need of having a Vision statement and Mission statement in HIV prevention.

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Application within the CBO / Organization. Development of a Vision statement Development of the Mission Statement Development of goals and Objectives Application with Mission of CBO and Organization Need and importance of having strategic Vision and Mission for the organization Application with CBO and Organization Inter linkages of organizational components and activities with Vision and Mission Statement Filling up the Capacity Building Grid Developing Capacity Building Plan for CBOs and Organization Percentage Increase in Correct Answers after Workshop

70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 2nd Q 3rd Q 4th Q 5thQ

Correct Answ ers After Workshop

The baseline data shows that trainees have very little clarity of basic concepts of Capacity Building despite a large number of trainees having attended Capacity Building Workshops earlier. Given that there will be a transition into CBO and sustainability will be critical it is recommended that a series of trainings with small sections of capacity building be conducted along with application of each slice of the Capacity Building components (See participants list as annexure 6)

7. Workshop on Needs Assessment


The workshop on Needs Assessment was organized for the Program Managers on 28th and 29th Feb. 2009 with the below Aim and Expected Outcomes 1. Increase in skills to use various types of Needs Assessments. 2. Develop skills in proposal writing through Needs assessment techniques. 3. Develop a plan for implementation of a needs assessment study for their communities. Below Topics were covered in the workshop, Needs, Wants, and Interest, Needs assessment methods Iinterests of Your community, Questions before Planning for Needs Assessment, Interview method Individual, Group and Community Questionnaire

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Observation FGD SELF APPRAISAL STAFF /COMMUNITY CONSULTANTS format, Planning for implementation needs assessment

(See Participants list as Annexure 7) 8. Vision Building and Strategic Management Batch 2 The workshop on Vision building and Strategic Management for Targeted Interventions with FSW TIs was organized on 3 rd and 4th March 2009 in BIRDS, Campus Tukkanatti, The workshop was planned after discussing with KSAPS and NACO, KSAPS felt the need to have Vision building and strategic management workshop for the FSW TIs of KSAPS. The Manual was developed after a desk review of several Manuals both from India, Handbooks and research materials through internet search and the library in BIRDS HIV Training and Network Center at Navi Mumbai in collaboration with consultants from the BIRDS Training Team from Maharashtra; with the Capacity Building Framework provided in the Operational Guidelines-Volume One. Engineering and Quality Consultants (E&Q Consultants- Navi Mumbai) offered voluntary consultations and assisted in developing some of the sessions The workshop schedules and manual were developed and sent for approval. After the approval for them the workshop time table was designed. The structure used in the Workshop is: Large and Small group discussions. The materials used and provided to the trainees were 1. Handouts on Capacity Building Model, Vision and Mission statements and Goals. 2. Worksheets on importance of having Vision and Mission statements, Goals and Objectives, Personal vision, Needs of Community, Inter-linkages of Vision, Mission, Goals and Objectives, Developing Vision, Mission, Goals and Objectives for their own CBOs. A systematic motivational system -token economy, was used for the workshop. The evaluation system- Pre and Post workshop evaluation, Session evaluations and Exit interviews system was used.
: Percentage Increase in Correct Answers afte r Workshop

80 60 40 20 0 1st Q 2nd Q 3rd Q 4th Q

%age Increse After Workshop

(See Annexure 8 as participants list)

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The workshop on Condom programming batch 1 was conducted on 5 th and 6th March 2009 in BIRDS Campus Tukkanatti with the below aim and expected outcomes 1. Increase knowledge in effective method of demonstrating how condom use prevents HIV Transmission and effective method of demonstrating Condom use. 2. Increase knowledge in strategies to increase access to condom and usage of condoms 3. Increase in responsibility for monitoring the quality of condoms supplied by their intervention 4. Increase understanding to calculate Condom rupture data and Double condom data

The workshop was planned after discussing with KSA PS and NACO, KSAPS felt the need to have workshop on Condom Programming for TIs. The workshop schedules and manual were developed and sent for approval. After the approval for them the workshop time table was designed. A Manual was developed after a desk review of several Manuals both from India, Handbooks and research materials through internet search and the library in BIRDS HIV Training and Network Center at Navi Mumbai with the Capacity Building Framework provided in the Operational Guidelines -Volume One. The structure used in the Workshop is: Role Plays, Large and Small group discussions and PowerPoint Presentations. The materials used and provided to the trainees were PowerPoint Presentations on Condom fashion show, History of Condoms. Handouts on Condom Programming Checklist, Social Marketing and History of Condoms. Worksheets on Condom Requirements for Women in Sex Work, Condom Requirements for Migrant Workers, How to Improve Condom Availability, Condom Calculation sheets. A systematic motivational system -token economy, was used for the workshop. The evaluation system- Pre and Post workshop evaluation, Session evaluations and Exit interviews system was used.
Below Topics were Covered in the workshop;

History of Condoms. How Condom Works 3 steps in Condom Demo. Condom Requirements for Women in Sex Work, Condom Requirements for Migrant Workers, How to Improve Condom Availability, Role of Peers in Condom procurement and monitoring Condom Calculations Condom Programming Checklist, Social Marketing.

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70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0
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Increase after Training


Analyses: This group seems to have difficult in grasping the policy issues like Social Marketing, NACP lll Guidelines. Maybe this is since they were from Female sex workers their concerns were mainly on the concrete and practical issues regarding condom programming. (See annexure 9 for the participants list) 10.Workshop on Harm Reduction: Workshop on Harm Reduction was organized on 8 th and 9th March 2009.The workshop was planned after discussing with KSAPS and NACO, KSAPS felt the need to have Harm Reduction workshop for the staff of IDU TI, PSI, Bangalore. The works hop schedules and manual were developed and sent for approval. After the approval for them the workshop time table was designed. The Manual was developed after a desk review of few Manuals both from India, Handbooks and research materials through internet search with the Capacity Building Framework provided in the Operational Guidelines-Volume One and Guidelines for Prevention of Occupational Exposure-protocols for PEP ( NACO) The structure used in the Workshop is: Large and Small group discussions and PowerPoint Presentations. The materials used and provided to the trainees were PowerPoint Presentations on Approaches to IDU Problem, Basics of Drugs, IDU problem statement, OST and ADVOCACY for INJECTING DRUG USERS. Handouts on History of drugs, Classification of drugs, Learning contract and Token economy. Worksheets on Harm reduction. A Compact Disc containing all the complete Power points available fro Kolkata, NACP lll Guidelines fro PEP, USA guidelines for Non Occupational Guidelines for Non-Occupational PEP, Advocacy Manual of WHO and An Advocacy Manual for Advocacy for Harm Reduction A systematic motivational system -token economy, was used for the workshop.

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Increase in Correct Answ ers

After the training there is an average increase of 55.20 % in correct answers. However the baseline line information on OST is high and hence the gains seem low. However more detailed information discussion will be needed. Especially since in Karnataka OST has not yet been initiated this needs to be considered in planning for future trainings. Also the basic facts and information about HIV and STIs needs to be looked into as a critical training need for the future.

(See annexure 10 for participants list) 11. Workshop on Condom programming Batch 2: The workshop on Condom programming batch 2 was conducted on 11 th and 12th March 2009 in BIRDS Campus Tukkanatti with the below aim and expected outcomes The workshop was planned after discussing with KSAPS and NACO, KSAPS felt the need to have workshop on Condom Programming for TIs. The workshop schedules and manual were developed and sent for approval. After the approval for them the workshop time table was designed. The structure used in the Workshop is: Role Plays, Large and Small group discussions and PowerPoint Presentations. The materials used and provided to the trainees were PowerPoint Presentations on Condom fashion Show, History of Condoms and NACP lll Guidelines Social Marketing. Handouts on Condom Programming Checklist, Social Marketing and History of Condoms. Worksheets on Calculating Condom Requirements for Women in Sex Work, Condom Requirements for Migrant Workers, How to Improve Condom Availability, Condom Calculation sheets. Recording formats for use by person who ae unable to read and write for collecting data on condom rupture, double condom use, were used and also a copy for organizational use , which can be Xeroxed were distributed

36 A systematic motivational system -token economy, was used for the workshop. The evaluation system- Pre and Post workshop evaluation, Session evaluations and Exit interviews system was used. (See Annexure 11 for Participants list) 12.Training of Programme Managers on Project management of HIV Related Targeted Interventions (1st Batch) -7th to 12th July 2009 The workshop was planned by the STRC Team, NACO developed a manual on Programme Management and conducted 6 days training for STRCs, after the STRC made some modifications in the manual and sent for approval by Academic Committee.After the approval for them the workshop time table was designed. Handouts and worksheets were used. A Motivational system -token economy, was used for the workshop where desirable behaviours conducive to learning like coming on time, asking questions, answering other trainees questions, volunteering for activities were listed and when these were observed trainees were given tokens (coloured stickers) which they collected and could cash the tokens for a gift at the end of the workshop according to the number of tokens collected. Model Lessons: Since the major role as redefined in the circular issued by the DG- ANCO, the major role of the Program Mangers is to train and supervise the staff including outreach workers and the peers the workshop included sessions to be taken by Program Managers each day 2 volunteer supervisors from the trainees would offer structured fed back as per the Mentorship and Supervision Manual of the STRC The Evaluation System- Pre and Post workshop evaluation, Products during Trainings, Session Evaluation Questionnaire and Exit interviews system was used. Actionable Points: A checklist of Actionable Points was prepared in agreement with the participants, which would be used for follow up during field based/off -site trainingsupervision.
Aim and Expected Outcomes

VISION: We shall ensure that continuous and high level of coverage and to maintain quality standards of program implementation, develop the understanding of the implementation partners on NACP III, so that the approaches and strategies of NACP III are realized at field level and to develop commitment & initiative of Program Managers that will go a long way in delivering quality programme outcomes at the state level, velop te responsibilities in component wise and heMIimprovement of the targeted interventions through maintenance of a system of quality records and reports such that goal of minimizing the spread of HIV and minimizing the impact of the spread of HIV within the communities we serve shall be achieved with maximum efficacy and assist in the monitoring and evaluation system of NACP III.
Objectives: 1. Increased understanding of NACP III & significant role of TI in prevention of HIV//AIDS and understanding of different components of TI under NACP III 2. Increase the understanding of concepts of Management, types of management & Manager 3. Increase the understanding of responsibilities of SACS, TSU and NACO in TI Programme Management 4. Increase understanding of concept of planning and how to use resources efficiently the concepts of implementation, planning, scale up services and distribution and monitoring of condoms

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5. Increase understanding the concept of Human Resource Management, responsibilities and the importance of supervision and performance management 6. Increase Understanding of Monitoring and Evaluation and financial management requirement for Tis 7. Increased understanding the concepts and procedures for procurement of goods services for TI projects 8. increase understanding first hand experience in filling up a CMIS format and using data for decision making 9. increase understanding the qualities that a good leader and team building and understanding the importance of and different methods of decision making 10. increase understanding the explore a range of field challenges that Programme Manager and generate appropriate responses to the same Topics Covered in the workshop 1. Understanding TI in NACP III 2. Understanding components of T 3. Understanding Management types and the vision and role of Manager 4. Working in partnership: SACS, TSU, NGO 5. Rational and planning for TI 6. Implementing TI 7. Vision, Mission, Goal and Objective Statements 8. Introduction to Human Resource Management 9. Supportive Supervision coaching and mentoring performance indicators 10. Monitoring and evaluation 11. Financial Management 12. Procurement 13. Introduction to Monitoring Indictors 14. CMIS and quality control and quality assurance 15. NACO's CMIS 16. Monitoring Formats 17. Leadership styles and Team building 18. Understanding Leadership and team building 19. Decision Making, Problems and issues 20. Challenges in Programme Management: Case studies

Following Actions Points were provided as Checklist with deadlines:


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Net working through E-mails among Programme Managers Get the HIV prevalence data of their respective district Survey of barriers and methods of overcome (TI) Identify the factors of vulnerability Vision, Mission, Goal of TI should be prepared by discussing with their staff and display on well 6. Collect the condom rupture data 7. Ask your ORWs that what they expect from Programme Manager 8. As prepare cash flow account 9. Keep the schedule of expired drugs 10. Make 9 copy of the training & keep with yourself 11. Get ready of writing about your opinion regarding the proposal 12. Make list of follow up of the PPP (How, Who) 13. Prepare leadership types chart and display on notice board 14. Provide performance appraisal file for every staff

38 15. Make Or no gram of your organization 16. Send a copy your baseline survey questionnaire format to birds.hivtnc@gamail.com within 25th July 2009 17. Collect the reasons of follow up for STI symptoms treatment 18. Raise the issue of penicillin & oxygen cylinder 19. Flip chart monitoring observation 20. Analysis of last 3 month CMIS data (See Annexure 12 for participants list) 13. Training of Programme Managers on Project management of HIV Related Targeted Interventions (2nd Batch) -13th to 18th July 2009 The workshop was planned by the STRC Team, NACO developed a manual on Programme Management and conducted 6 days training for STRCs, after the STRC made some modifications in the manual and sent for approval by Academic Committee.After the approval for them the workshop time table was designed. Handouts and worksheets were used. A Motivational system -token economy, was used for the workshop where desirable behaviours conducive to learning like coming on time, asking questions, answering other trainees questions, volunteering for activities were listed and when these were observed trainees were given tokens (coloured stickers) which they collected and could cash the tokens for a gift at the end of the workshop according to the number of tokens collected. Model Lessons: Since the major role as redefined in the circular issued by the DG- ANCO, the major role of the Program Mangers is to train and supervise the staff including outreach workers and the peers the workshop included sessions to be taken by Program Managers each day 2 volunteer supervisors from the trainees would offer structured fed back as per the Mentorship and Supervision Manual of the STRC The Evaluation System- Pre and Post workshop evaluation, Products during Trainings, Session Evaluation Questionnaire and Exit interviews system was used. Actionable Points: A checklist of Actionable Points was prepared in agreement with the participants, which would be used for follow up during field based/off-site trainingsupervision.
Aim and Expected Outcomes

VISION: We shall ensure that continuous and high level of coverage and to maintain quality standards of program implementation, develop the understanding of the implementation partners on NACP III, so that the approaches and strategies of NACP III are realized at field level and to develop commitment & initiative of Program Managers that will go a long way in delivering quality programme outcomes at the state level, velop te responsibilities in component wise and heMIimprovement of the targeted interventions through maintenance of a system of quality records and reports such that goal of minimizing the spread of HIV and minimizing the impact of the spread of HIV within the communities we serve shall be achieved with maximum efficacy and assist in the monitoring and evaluation system of NACP III.
Objectives: Increased understanding of NACP III & significant role of TI in prevention of HIV//AIDS and understanding of different components of TI under NACP III Increase the understanding of concepts of Management, types of management & Manager

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Increase the understanding of responsibilities of SACS, TSU and NACO in TI Programme Management Increase understanding of concept of planning and how to use resources efficiently the concepts of implementation, planning, scale up services and distribution and monitoring of condoms Increase understanding the concept of Human Resource Management, responsibilities and the importance of supervision and performance management Increase Understanding of Monitoring and Evaluation and financial management requirement for Tis Increased understanding the concepts and procedures for procurement of goods services for TI projects increase understanding first hand experience in filling up a CMIS format and using data for decision making increase understanding the qualities that a good leader and team building and understanding the importance of and different methods of decision making increase understanding the explore a range of field challenges that Programme Manager and generate appropriate responses to the same Topics Covered in the workshop Understanding TI in NACP III Understanding components of T Understanding Management types and the vision and role of Manager Working in partnership: SACS, TSU, NGO Rational and planning for TI Implementing TI Vision, Mission, Goal and Objective Statements Introduction to Human Resource Management Supportive Supervision coaching and mentoring performance indicators Monitoring and evaluation Financial Management Procurement Introduction to Monitoring Indictors CMIS and quality control and quality assurance NACO's CMIS Monitoring Formats Leadership styles and Team building Understanding Leadership and team building Decision Making, Problems and issues Challenges in Programme Management: Case studies

Following Actions Points were provided as Checklist with deadlines: 1. To make a List of vulnerabilities of outreached populations 2. Prepare base line survey formats and collect data 3. Preparation of Photo album of STI & speculum in DIC and use in the field to increase outreach 4. List out the things which you do for delay in funding 5. Make a list of preferred vendors for drug procurement 6. Make and Display Vision, Mission & goal statement on the wall in office 7. Leadership planning within TI 8. Exercise what PEs expects from ORW 9. Exercise what ORW expects from PM

40 10. Exercise what PM expects from ORW/PE/Counselor 11. Line listing of at least for 6 weeks 12. Prepare self appraisal forms 13. Keep peer daily diary duly filled and updated 14. Going to check what methods the peer following in keeping record 15. Graph of April/May/June of the project data analysis 16. Condom distribution planning (See annexure 13 for participants list)

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Trainings Attended by STRC:


Sl. No. 1. Name of the Training Team Building Workshop Conducted By STRC (Kar) BIRDS Date 5th Dec. to 11th Dec. 2008 6th Jan. 9th Jan. 2009 2nd April 2009 19th May to 23rd May 2009 22nd and 23rd, 24th and 25th July 2009 24th to 28th Aug. 2009 STRC Team attended Training Coordinator, Training Officers and Community Consultants Team Leader, Training Coordinator and Training Officers Team Leader

2.

STRC Induction Training

NACO (Kolkotta)

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4. 5.

NACO- NGO TI Evaluation Tool Orientation Workshop at Tamil Nadu Program Management STI Training

NACO

NACO - Delhi KSAPS and NACO

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TSU POs Training

NACO

External Trainer and Training Officer External Trainer, Training Coordinator and Training Officers Training Coordinator

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Planned v/s Achieved Activi ties: st 1 Quarter

Month

Planned Activities

Status Achieved or Not Remarks and Observations

December

Team Building in ISI Bangalore Institutional Documents Quality Systems Manual (version 1) and Quality Policy Procedural Manual (version 1) Coordination Meeting with KSAPS and TS U

Achieved

STRC team (Training Coordinator, Training Officers, Community Consultants) attended the workshop

Achieved Achieved

Sent to KSAPS and NACO 3 meetings MoM of 1 circulated Initiate process Of linkages (Unscheduled act vity) Shared with SA CS and NACO Sent to KSAPS and NACO Submitted for finalist ion Submitted for finalization Prepared the checklist Sent for approval to NACO and KSAPS

Meeting with DAP CU(Belgaum) Estimation of Training Load. Development of Action & Training Plans (till 31st March09 . Development of Annual Training Plan (till 1st Nov10) . January ToR for Working Group( S TRC-TSU-KSAPS Checklist for Pre- Workshop facilities/ arrangements.

Achieved Achieved Achieved Achieved Achieved Achieved

Development of Training Manual for CMIS and Quality Assurance( for PCs &. Accountants. Achieved Development of Training Manual for Needs Assessment and Program Planning( for P Cs & ORWs)

Achieved

Sent for approval to NACO and KSAPS

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Development of Training Manual for Personal Growth and Leadership ( for CBO Leaders) Development of Training Manual for Vision Building ( for CBO Leaders) Development of Training Manual for Condom Programming

Achieved Achieved Achieved

Sent for approval to NACO and KSAPS Sent for approval to NACO and KSAPS Sent for approval to NACO and KSAPS Sent for approval to NACO and KSAPS

Development of Training Manual for Program Development for Tis with Injecting Drug Users Achieved

Guidelines for Expos ure visits Development of Handbook for Mentoring. Tools for Operational Research Provided list of Resource Persons investigators for NACO-M&E Exercise Revised Training and Activity Plan Translation of Workshop Materials Development of training manual on Financial Management February Workshop on CMIS and Quality Assurance -1st Batch Workshop on CMIS and Quality Assurance 2nd Batch Training in Assertiveness, Personal Growth and Leadership Exposure Visit to FSW CBOs

Achieved Achieved Achieved Achieved Achieved Achieved Achieved Achieved Achieved Achieved Achieved

Visited FSW and MSM working sites, had discussion with project staff and community and developed guidelines for Exposure visit Sent for approval to NACO and KSAPS Some tools are being pre-t ested. 8 persons CVs Developed at Induction program at Kolkotta Workshop materials translated into loc al language Sent for approval to NACO and KSAPS 34 participants from 16 NGO/CBOs attended the training 37 participants from 21 NGO/CBOs attended the training Conducted for 19 Shadow Leaders of FSW TIs Conducted for 18 Shadow Leaders of FSW TIs

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Workshop on Financial Management Workshop on Vision Building and Strategic Management MSM TIs. Workshop on Needs Assessment Quarter Workshop on Vision Building and Strategic Management FSW TIs.

Achieved Achieved Achieved

25 participants from 21 NGO/CBOs attended the training 29 participants from 5 NGO/ CBOs attended the training 34 participants from 21 NGO/CBOs attended the training

nd

March

Achieved

32 participants from 10 NGO/CBOs attended the training

Workshop on Condom Programming 1st Batch

Achieved

38 participants from 17 NGO/CBOs attended the training

Workshop on Harm Reduction

Achieved

Planned for IDU TI PS I Bangalore, 12 participants attended.

Workshop on Condom Programming 2nd Batch Data Entry and Analysis of the Pre and Post Workshop Assessments, Session Evaluations and Indepth Exit Interviews conducted of all workshops. Report wrting of all workshop conducted in Comprehensive Training reporting format of NA CO

Achieved

37 participants from 14 NGO/CBOs attended the training Participants gave high levels of Satisfaction on trainings conducted by STRC Workshop Reports mailed to JD-TI(KSAPS) and Technical Officers(NA CO)

March/April

Achieved

March/April

Achieved

April

Review of the evaluation materials sent by SACS

Achieved

Reviewed the NA CO evaluation materials and planned for the evaluation process

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E vaulated 7 Tis of KSAPS for their annual evaluation as External E valuators. Achieved

E valuation Reports submitted on time /attended debriefing meeting with PD-KSAPS, JD-TI(KSAPS) and TS U members E valuation reports submitted in Soft and Hard copies in NACO evaluation formats to SACS

Submission of evaluation reports in NACO formats

Achieved

May

Debrief Meeting at KSAPS Review and Planning meeting of S TRC (K arnataka)

Achieved Achieved

Findings of the TI evaluation shared wit h JDTI and concerned Programme Officers of KSAPS Planned for future S TRC trainings

Attended TOT of Program Management at Delhi Review the materials of the Delhi workshop. Preparation of Quarterly Reports Preparation of 2nd Quarterly Report Worked for Training Annual Plan Attended S TI training conducted by KSAPS and NACO in Bangalore (2 batches) Conducted Academic Committee meeting in Bangalore Preparation of minut es of the Academic Committee meeting and sharing of minutes with members of Academic Committee Reworked for the Programme Management schedule

Achieved Achieved Achieved Achieved Achieved Achieved Achieved

Team Leader and Training Officer attended 4 days tarining Reviewed the Programme Management manuals Submitted to KSAPS and NA CO Submitted to KSAPS and NA CO Was presented for review and finalization to the Academic Committee Adjusted S TRC training Plan with plan of training for PPP All elected members except one PD -(TI) attended the meeting including the PD- KSAPS MoM with E valuation of meeting circulated to all members, KSAPS/NACO and Training Plan Appro ved by Academic Committee Review and need for revision send to PRA XIS

3 Quarter June'09

rd

Achieved Achieved

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Worked for the some additional sessions for Programme Managers workshop July'09 STRC Planning and Review Meeting with Dr. Vijay Thakur External Trainer and Consultant Preparing soft copy of NA CO CMIS formats and guidelines Workshop material arrangement for Programme Managers workshop (2 batches ) Making worksheets and handouts for Program Managers workshop Conducted workshop on 'Programme Management for Programme Managers of HIV relat ed TIs' - 1st Batch from 7th to 12th July 2009

Achieved Achieved Achieved

Added Session: Strategic management-Developing Vision, Mission, Goals and Objectives, Rationale of TI, Leadership, Quality Assurance and Quality Control / Data - Information and Knowledge- Analyses of CMIS/Mentorship-Coaching and supervision/ Expectations from PD/ORW/Peducators for PMs'/GIPA Plan and Materials finalized and procured CD- was provided to all PMs' who attended the training Materials were appreciated by trainees

Achieved

Worksheets and Handouts gave high quality of out puts by trainees 19 PMs' attended 6 day training and committed to submit Action Plans till November' 09 All PMs' from all NGOs ' except one attended the 6 day training and prepared Action Plan with checklist for Supervision

Achieved

Conducted workshop on 'Programme Management for Programme Managers of HIV relat ed TIs' - 2nd Batch from 13th to 18th July 2009 Achieved

Data Entry and Analysis of the Pre and Post Workshop Assessments, Session Evaluations and In-depth Exit Interviews conducted of Programme Management workshops of 2 batches Provided Feedbacks to Baseline survey formats received by Targeted Interventions Made plan for Supportive Supervision visits

Achieved

PMs' gave high levels of Satisfaction on trainings conducted by STRC.An average of over 30% increase in post test evaluation was recorded This activity was provided in Programme Managers tarining as Checklist to be done by TI and shared with S TRC Will need revision since some NGOs' are not fully prepared to actualize their Action Plans

Achieved Achieved

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Report writing of Programme Management workshop of 2 batches conducted in Comprehensive Training reporting format of NACO Achieved E valuated 5 TIs of KSAPS for their annual evaluation as External E valuators (4 migrant and 1 IDU TI) Attended Debriefing meet of evaluation in Bangalore Attended TS U - Pos training in Bangalore

Workshop Reports mailed to JD-TI(KSAPS) and Technical Officers(NA CO) E valuation Reports submitted on time /attended debriefing meeting with JD-TI(KSAPS) and TS U members Findings of the TI evaluation shared wit h JDTI and concerned Programme Officers of KSAPS Plan for developing Learning Site is being developed -with specific criteria Most NGOs' followed the checklist and plan but due to other programs/financial limitations could not complete more than 50% Reports will be mailed to KSAPS and NACO before 20th September'09 Familiarized with strengths and difficulties of the TIs' Familiarized with strengths and difficulties of the TIs' Submitted to KSAPS and NA CO

August'09

Achieved Achieved Achieved

Supportive Supervision of 4 TIs in Bangalore (Jyothi Mahila Sangha - FSW TI, KGTA - Truckers Intervention, PSI - IDU TI and SPAD - FSW TI) Achieved Submission of Supportive Supervision reports to TIs formats Attending ES RM of TIs' completed one year in Bangalore (Dat e:29th Aug. 2009) Achieved Achieved

Attending ES RM of TIs' completed t wo and above year Meeting in Bangalore (Date: 31st Aug. 2009) Achieved 4 Quarter Sept.09
th

Preparation of 3rd Quarterly Report Achieved Supportive Supervision of 12 TIs in Mangalore, Udupi, Bangalore, Bidar and Chikkamagalore(HK NS - FSW, MSM and Migrant TI, GUA RD - FSW and MSM TI, BCT- Two migrant TIs, SMS - FSW TI, Sahabhagini - FSW TI and S TP RDSS - FSW TI) Achieved Submission of Supportive Supervision reports to TIs formats Review of NACO training manual of ORWs Submission of ORWs training budget Partially Achieved Achieved Achieved Achieved

Most NGOs' followed the checklist It will be completed by 2nd week of October Reviewed and shared with S TRC staff and members of Academic committee Submitted to KSAPS Submitted to NA CO and KSAPS

Oct.09

Preparation of September mont hly Report

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Supportive Supervision of 2 TIs in Bidar (Prawarda - MSM and Migrant TIs) Submission of Supportive Supervision reports to TIs formats

Achieved Partially Achieved

Most NGOs' followed the checklist It will be completed by 2nd week of October

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Annexure 1: Participants list of Workshop on CMIS and Quality Assurance Batch 1
Sl.No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Name of the Participants Kavitha S. Gayathri D. B. Venkatalaxmi Jayashree S. Muragannavar Haseenabi Shashikala B. Nagaveni. B. Mangala M. S. Subhashini C. N. Sowmya M. C. Laveena Gladys D'souza H. S. Roopavathi Asha Padma B. M. Nandisha P. Chandras hekarmurt hy Venkatesh Chabbi Achutha Naik. M. Manjunatha Naik a Hareesha A. Sunil S. Vatavari Amruth Sharma Shivkumar B. Ganeshprasad K. B. S. Karkera Manjunatha S. B. Veeresh Packiam A. Ravi K. Rohit hkumar G. Designation Program Manager Counselor Counselor Counselor Counselor Counselor Counselor Counselor Counselor Counselor Counselor Counselor Counselor Program Manager Program Manager Counselor Program Manager Prorgam Manager Prorgam Manager Prorgam Manager Prorgam Manager Counselor Prorgam Manager Prorgam Manager Counselor Prorgam Manager Prorgam Manager Prorgam Manager Counselor Prorgam Manager Organization CARDTS, Sira CARDTS, Tumkur CARDTS, Tumkur Sahabhagini, Chikkamagalore MYRADA, Bidar Samraksha, Koppal Samraksha, Koppal BCT, Bangalore Jyothi Mahila Sangha, Bangalore VMS, Bangalore HKNS, Mangalore SVYM, Hassan GUA RD, Udupi Samraksha, Koppal SVYM, Hassan MYRADA, C.H. Nagar SVYM, Hassan GUA RD, Udupi MYRADA Chamarajnagar HKNS, Mangalore MYRADA Bidar STP RDSS, Bidar STP RDSS, Bidar CARDTS, Tumkur CARDTS, Mangalore Sahabhagini, Chikkamagalore CARDTS, Mangalore PSI, Bangalore PSI, Bangalore VMS, Bangalore

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Annexure 2: Participants list of Workshop on CMIS and Quality Assurance Batch 2
Sl.No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 Name of the Participants Sunil N. D. Shobha Juliet Verginia John Shabanam Nagendra Prasad Raju Punith Kumar N. Manjunath D. Punarva B. N. Usha S. P. Ratna J. Pavithra B. K. S. Prasad Salian Vigneshraj B. K. Anand G. Dr. Hawagirao C. Mudhale Mangala Pavankumar B. Prashanth Kumar K. Karthik Chawan Ashok Kumar N. Vasudeva G. S. Kumara Bheemaray N. M. R. H. Nadaf Kiran K. Raghu S. Lokesh Somayya R. Swamy Yogesh N. Chandrakumar Savitha S. Rajas hekar H. S. Kumar C. P. Sangamesh S. Chour Kiran Kumar R. Ravikumar N. Designation Out Reach Worker Counselor Program Manager Counselor Program Manager Program Manager Program Manager Out Reach Worker Counselor Counselor Counselor Counselor Counselor Program Manager Counselor Program Manager Counselor Counselor Program Manager Counselor Counselor Program Manager Counselor Program Manager Counselor Program Manager Counselor Program Manager Program Manager Program Manager Program Manager Counselor Counselor Program Manager Program Manager Counselor Program Manager Organization Samraksha, Koppal MYRADA Soukhya Project, C.H. Nagar KIDS, Mudigere KIDS, Mudigere Ashodaya Samit hi MSM Project, Chikamagalore. SPAD Sabale Project, Bangalore Swathi Mahila Sangha, Bangalore BCT, Bangalore SPAD, Bangalore BCT, Bangalore Swathi Mahila Sangha, Bangalore HKNS, Mangalore HKNS, Mangalore HKNS, Mangalore Prawarda, Bidar Prawarda, Bidar Prawarda, Bidar Abhivruddi Abhivruddi Abhivruddi BCT, Bangalore SVYM, Hassan SVYM, Hassan Abhivruddi Ashodaya Samit hi, Coorg Ashodaya Samit hi, Coorg Ashodaya Samit hi, Mandya Ashodaya Samit hi, Mandya Prawarda, Bidar Samara Project Samara Project Samara Project Samara Project BCT, Bangalore KGTA KGTA Ashakirana Hos pital, Mysore

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Annexure 3: Participants list of Training in Promoting Personal Growth and Leadership Sl.No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Name of the Participants Bharathi Manjula B. G. Manjula S. Nisha M. A. Sarvamangala Bebijan Laxmi K. R. P. Pankaja Padma Narayanamma R. Laxmi Geeta Raghu Shivamma Malathy H. Shivamma Mamta Designation Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Organization CARDTS, Tumkur CARDTS, Tumkur CARDTS, Tumkur Sahabhagini, Chikkamagalore VMS, Bangalore VMS, Bangalore Ashodaya, Kodagu Ashodaya, Kodagu Sahabhagini, Chikkamagalore VMS, Bangalore SMS. Bangalore SMS. Bangalore VMS, Bangalore VMS, Bangalore JMS, Bangalore SMS. Bangalore Sahabhagini, Chikkamagalore JMS, Bangalore JMS, Bangalore

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Annexure 4: Participants list of Exposure Visit Sl.No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Name of the Participants Bharathi Manjula B. G. Manjula S. Nisha M. A. Sarvamangala Bebijan Laxmi K. R. P. Pankaja Padma Narayanamma R. Laxmi Geeta Raghu Shivamma Malathy H. Shivamma Mamta Designation Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Shadow Leader Organization CARDTS, Tumkur CARDTS, Tumkur CARDTS, Tumkur Sahabhagini, Chikkamagalore VMS, Bangalore VMS, Bangalore Ashodaya, Kodagu Ashodaya, Kodagu Sahabhagini, Chikkamagalore VMS, Bangalore SMS. Bangalore SMS. Bangalore VMS, Bangalore VMS, Bangalore JMS, Bangalore SMS. Bangalore Sahabhagini, Chikkamagalore JMS, Bangalore JMS, Bangalore

17 Sharmila 18 Parvathamma 19 Nirmalamma

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Annexure 5: Participants list of Training in Financial Management
Sl.No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Name of the Participants B. Ashoka Sahana B. J. Sandya S. J. Naheeda Tabassum Shubha S. R. G. Latha Sathyanarayan Komal P. Jayanna K. N. Padmaraj Suresh S. N. Basavraj C. Shridhar Raghavendra H. R. Devraj K.S. Naveenkumar H. Naveeen Shetty Chandravathi Amin Jayashree K. Shetty Vijayalaxmi Shabhanakumari Vimala C. R. Vasanthakumari N. Rukmini Arathi Srininvas Designation Accountant Accountant Accountant Accountant Accountant Accountant Accountant Accountant Accountant Accountant Accountant Accountant Accountant Accountant Accountant Accountant Accountant Accountant Accountant Accountant Accountant Accountant Accountant Accountant Accountant Organization BCT, Bangalore CARTDS, Tumkur CARDTS, Tumkur SMS, Bangalore CARTDS KGTA CARTDS, Mangalore MYRADA, Bidar SVYM, Hassan SVYM, Hassan Prawarda, Bidar STP RDSS, Bidar STP RDSS, Bidar Sahabhagini SPAD VMS, Bangalore HKNS, Mangalore GUA RD, Udupi HKNS, Mangalore PSI, Bangalore Samara Project Myrada, Kollegal Ashodaya, Mysore Abhvruddi Ashodaya, Mysore

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Annexure 6: Participants list of Workshop on Vision Building and Strategic Management batch 1 Sl.No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Name of the Participants M. Honnappa Prashanth S. Rao Rajesh Chethan Navin Ranjith Bhavani Shankar Prabhakara Gatty Ranappa Bheem Singh Karan kumar Hanumanth Chandru Siddu Ningappa Ramu Sunil N. Chandraprasad Shekharegowda Nagaraj B. Ramesh I. K P. Chandra Shekharamurthy Babu Nagaraja Ravi Prakasha Chandregowda Lingaraju Murthy Designation Peer Educator Out Reach Worker Peer Educator Peer Educator Peer Educator Peer Educator Peer Educator Out Reach Worker Peer Educator Out Reach Worker Out Reach Worker Peer Educator Out Reach Worker Peer Educator Peer Educator Out Reach Worker Out Reach Worker Peer Educator Out Reach Worker Out Reach Worker Out Reach Worker Counselor Peer Educator Peer Educator Peer Educator Peer Educator Peer Educator Peer Educator Out Reach Worker Organization HKNS, Mangalore HKNS, Mangalore HKNS, Mangalore HKNS, Mangalore HKNS, Mangalore HKNS, Mangalore HKNS, Mangalore HKNS, Mangalore Samraksha, Koppal Prawarda, Bidar Prawarda, Bidar Samraksha, Koppal Samraksha, Koppal Samraksha, Koppal Samraksha, Koppal Samraksha, Koppal Samraksha, Koppal MYRADA, Chamarajnagar SVYM, Hassan MYRADA SVYM, Hassan MYRADA SVYM, Hassan SVYM, Hassan Samraksha, Koppal SVYM, Hassan SVYM, Hassan C.H.Nagar MYRADA

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Annexure 7: Participants list of Workshop on Needs Assessment
Name of the Participants Sangamesh S. Chour Somashekharaih Devaraja Kumar C. P. Anilkumar K. Anand S. Manjula. C. Kavitha S. Juliet Vergina John Padma B. Shwetha B. G. Venkatesh Chabbi Vasudeva G. S. Nandisha M. Veeresh K. S. Prasad Salian Vigneshraj B. K. Meenakshi M Asha Arathy Somaih Kiran N. Chandrakumar Yogesh Sunil N. D. Shobha Shivkumar B. Packiam A. Manjunath S. B. Prashanthkumar K. Rohit hkumar G. Santhoshkumar V. N. Bheemaray M. Dr. Hawagirao Mudhale Somayya Swamy

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Designation Program Manager Program Manager Program Manager Program Manager Out Reach Worker Program Manager Out Reach Worker Program Manager Program Manager Program Manager Program Manager Program Manager Program Manager Program Manager Program Manager Counselor Program Manager Out Reach Worker Counselor Program Manager Program Manager Program Manager Program Manager Out Reach Worker Counselor Program Manager Program Manager Program Manager Program Manager Program Manager Program Manager Program Manager Program Manager Program Manager

Organization KGTA, Bangalore CARTDS, Tumkur BCT, Bangalore BCT, Bangalore BCT, Bangalore Jyothi Mahila Sangha, Bangalore CARTDS, Tumkur CARDTS, Sira KIDS, Mudigere Samraksha, Koppal SPAD, Bangalore SVYM, Hassan SVYM, Hassan SVYM, Hassan CARTDS, Mangalore HKNS, Mangalore HKNS, Mangalore HKNS, Mangalore GUA RD, Udupi Ashakirana Ashodaya Samara Project Samara Project Samraksha, Koppal MYRADA STP RDSS, Bidar PSI, Bangalore Sahabhagini, Chikkamagalore Abhvruddi VMS, Bangalore VMS, Bangalore Abhvruddi Prawarda, Bidar Prawarda, Bidar

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Annexure 8: Participants list of workshop of vision Building and Strategic Management Batch 2 Name of the Sl.No. Participants Designation Organization 1 Girija Peer Educator CARDTS, Tumkur 2 Mala Peer Educator CARDTS, Tumkur 3 Susilamma Peer Educator CARDTS, Tumkur 4 Ratna Peer Educator CARDTS, Tumkur 5 Bharathi Peer Educator CARDTS, Tumkur 6 Manjula S. Peer Educator CARDTS, Tumkur 7 Manjula B. G. Peer Educator CARDTS, Tumkur 8 Anju Peer Educator CARDTS, Tumkur 9 Mamatha Out Reach Worker CARDTS, Tumkur 10 Kantharaju H. L. Out Reach Worker CARDTS, Tumkur 11 Raviraj Out Reach Worker GUARD, Udupi 12 Siddaraju Out Reach Worker BCT, Bangalore 13 Prakash Out Reach Worker SPAD, Bangalore 14 Ratnamma Peer Educator SPAD, Bangalore 15 Shobha Out Reach Worker BCT, Bangalore 16 Khajab Peer Educator Samraksha, Koppal 17 Lalita Out Reach Worker Samraksha, Koppal 18 Saramma Peer Educator GUARD, Udupi 19 Kalyani Peer Educator HKNS, Mangalore 20 Bharathi. B Out Reach Worker HKNS, Mangalore 21 S. Nagaveni Peer Educator MYRADA, Chamarajnagar 22 Vijayalaxmi Peer Educator STPRDSS, Bidar 23 Daivashala Out Reach Worker STPRDSS, Bidar 24 Mangalamma Out Reach Worker MYRADA, Chamarajnagar 25 Pradeepa Out Reach Worker SVYM, Hassan 26 Sathisha K. R. Out Reach Worker SVYM, Hassan 27 Bharathi Peer Educator SVYM, Hassan 28 Suda Peer Educator SVYM, Hassan 29 Narayana Out Reach Worker MYRADA 30 Pushpavathi Peer Educator CARDTS, Mangalore 31 Mukunda Out Reach Worker CARDTS, Mangalore 32 Reshma Bhalki Peer Educator MYRADA

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Annexure 9: Participants list of workshop on Condom Programming Batch 1 Name of the Sl.No. Participants Designation Organization 1 Srinivas Acharya Out Reach Worker HKNS, Mangalore 2 Prashanth V. N. Out Reach Worker VMS, Bangalore 3 Shivakumara S. Out Reach Worker Myrada, Chamarajanagar 4 Roopa Out Reach Worker SMS. Bangalore 5 Shobha Peer Educator SMS. Bangalore 6 Nayana Peer Educator HKNS, Mangalore 7 Reshma Peer Educator Myrada, Bidar 8 Daiwashala L. Out Reach Worker STPRDSS, Bidar 9 Vijayalaxmi P. Peer Educator STPRDSS, Bidar 10 Narayan B. Out Reach Worker Myrada, Bidar 11 Ashwini M. P. M. Out Reach Worker CARTDS, Sahachara 12 Jayamma Peer Educator CARTDS, Sahachara 13 Jyothi Peer Educator GUARD, Udupi 14 Kiranbabu Out Reach Worker GUARD, Udupi Cynthiya D. 15 Souza Out Reach Worker CARTDS, Mangalore 16 Shubhalatha M. Peer Educator CARTDS, Mangalore 17 Anju Peer Educator CARTDS, Sira 18 Kantharaju H. L. Out Reach Worker CARTDS, Sira 19 N. Jayamma Peer Educator VMS, Bangalore 20 Radha Peer Educator VMS, Bangalore 21 Radha K. Out Reach Worker VMS, Bangalore Sahabhagini, 22 P. C. Shanthavani Out Reach Worker Chikkamagalore Sahabhagini, 23 Latha Peer Educator Chikkamagalore 24 Sunitha Peer Educator SPAD, Bangalore 25 Kavitha Out Reach Worker SPAD, Bangalore 26 Madevamma Peer Educator Myrada, Chamarajanagar 27 Nirmala D. Peer Educator JMS, Bangalore Raghavendra 28 Nayak Out Reach Worker JMS, Bangalore 29 Somashekaraih Out Reach Worker BCT, Bangalore 30 Munivenkatamma Peer Educator BCT, Bangalore 31 Sanjeev Kallalli Out Reach Worker Samraksha, Koppal 32 Duragamma Peer Educator Samraksha, Koppal 33 Bharathi Peer Educator SVYM, Hassan 34 Pradeep H. R. Out Reach Worker SVYM, Hassan 35 Sudha Peer Educator SVYM, Hassan 36 Sathisha K. R. Out Reach Worker SVYM, Hassan 37 Kavya Peer Educator CARTDS, Tumkur 38 Nanjaraju Out Reach Worker CARTDS, Tumkur

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Annexure 10: Participants list of Workshop on Harm Reduction Name of the Sl.No. Participants Designation 1 Alexander S. 2 Prakash D. 3 Bojo Jam Paite 4 Praveen 5 Manjunath 6 Udayakumar 7 Santhkumar 8 S. Yogeshwar 9 M. Nagesha 10 Christopher J. 11 V. Venkatesh 12 Stanly Out Reach Worker Peer Educator Out Reach Worker/IPC Peer Educator Peer Educator Peer Educator Peer Educator Peer Educator Out Reach Worker/IPC Peer Educator Out Reach Worker/IPC Out Reach Worker/IPC

Organization PSI, Bangalore PSI, Bangalore PSI, Bangalore PSI, Bangalore PSI, Bangalore PSI, Bangalore PSI, Bangalore PSI, Bangalore PSI, Bangalore PSI, Bangalore PSI, Bangalore PSI, Bangalore

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Annexure 11: Participants list of Workshop on Condom Programming Batch 2 Name of the Sl.No. Participants Designation Organization 1 M. N. Balakrishna Out Reach Worker Samara 2 Sahana Bangera Peer Educator Samara Lingappa Gowda 3 M. Out Reach Worker HKNS, Mangalore 4 Priyanka Peer Educator Samara 5 Suresh Out Reach Worker Samara 6 Banu Peer Educator Ashodaya 7 C. Latha Peer Educator Ashodaya, Kodagu 8 B. R. Kasturi Peer Educator Ashodaya, Kodagu 9 M. Kiran Out Reach Worker Ashodaya, Mysore 10 Narasimha Out Reach Worker Ashodaya, Mandya K. T. 11 Rangashamaih Out Reach Worker KGTA 12 M. M. Shyla Peer Educator Ashakirana 13 Saraswathi Peer Educator KIDS 14 Gayathridevi Out Reach Worker Ashakirana 15 Karthik Chawan Counselor Abhivruddi 16 Srinivasamurthy Out Reach Worker BCT 17 Vittal K. Savanur Out Reach Worker BCT, Bangalore 18 Vishwanath Out Reach Worker HKNS, Mangalore 19 Nithin P. V. Peer Educator HKNS, Mangalore 20 Dayanand N. Out Reach Worker BCT 21 Prakash K. V. Out Reach Worker KIDS, Chikkamagalore 22 Ravi H.M. Out Reach Worker BCT, Bangalore 23 Manjula Y. Out Reach Worker Abhivruddi 24 Shambuling Out Reach Worker Prawarda, Bidar 25 Karankumar Out Reach Worker Prawarda, Bidar 26 Manjunath R. Out Reach Worker Abhivruddi 27 Santhosh Out Reach Worker Ashodaya 28 Ranganath Out Reach Worker Ashodaya 29 Ramu Peer Educator Samraksha, Koppal 30 Chandru Out Reach Worker Samraksha, Koppal 31 Nagaraju B. K. Out Reach Worker SVYM, Hassan Shekharegowda B. 32 N. Out Reach Worker SVYM, Hassan 33 Mahesh S. Out Reach Worker Myrada 34 Nagaraju B. Out Reach Worker Myrada, C.H.Nagar 35 Shashikumar Out Reach Worker KGTA 36 Neelamma Peer Educator Ashodaya 37 Tippeswamy M. K. Out Reach Worker Abhivruddi

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Annexure 12: Participants list of Workshop on Program Management Batch 1 Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6

Name Dr. Hawagirao C Mudhale Mr. Packiam. A Mr. Anand. S Mr. Somayya Swamy Mr. Santhoshkumar Mr. Kirankumar G.R.

TI Migrant IDU FSW MSM FSW FSW FSW FSW MSM Migrant Migrant Migrant Trucker Migrant MSM MSM Migrant FSW FSW

Organization Prawarda PSI Jyoti Mahila Sangha Prawarda V MS V MS Sahabhagini, SPAD SAMARA HKNS Asha Kiran- Hope BCT KGTA BCT SAMARA Ashodaya Samithi Ashodaya Samithi Ashodaya Samithi Swathi Mahila Sangha

Phone 9731779920 9590512999 9342504968 9886286289 9886742630 9986379796 9731101664 9844079631 9740567223 9900475215 9449857208 9845968278 9341384367 9845281645 9945663849 9611551235 9972848407 9448263900 9900451425 9480113368

7 Mr. Channappa D. Hanasi 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Ms. Shivakumari. B.G. Mr. Chandrakumar Mr. Viganeshraj Ms. Arathy Somaiah Mr. Kumar C.P Mr. Sangamesh S Chour Ms. Deepa Vasantkumar Ms. Rosi Mr. Kiran Mr. Lokesh S Mr. Balasubrahmanya Mr. Punith Kumar. N

Annexure 13: Participants list of Workshop on Program Management Batch 2

Sl Name of Program No. Managers 1 Mr. Sunil 2 Ms. Padama 3 Mr. Bhavani Shanker. H 4 Mr. Manjunatha Naika 5 Mr. Somashekar. H.K 6 Mr. Hareesha. A Mr. Nandish Kumar. 7 M.B 8 Mr. Vasudeva G.S. 9 Mr. Anruth, S. 10 Mr. Prasad. Salian 11 M. Nandisha 12 Ms. Asha C.

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Organization Samraksha Samraksha Hind Kusht Nivaran Sangh MYRADA Bhoruka Charitable Trust HKNS MYRADA SVYM STP & RDSS GUARD, Udupi SVYM GUARD, Udupi

Contact No. 9740421009 9449763309 9980882924 9986226422 9341274418 9986364681 9739828131 9844675100 9886541976 9986130917 9986590882 9880073760