We would like to announce the “Improved Treatment and Care Access (ITACA): Treatment Cascades in Central and South East Europe”- Training that will be organized in cooperation by the European AIDS Treatment Group (EATG) and the Network of Low Prevalence Countries of Central and South East Europe (NeLP) and will take place in Warsaw from Friday, 13th May to Sunday, 15th May 2016.
The aim of the training is to build capacities of civil society organizations from Central and South East Europe for the advocacy on universal access to treatment as well as to provide basic knowledge about HIV test–treat–retain cascades and their use in the context of outreach, counseling, testing, linkage to care, adherence and advocacy. The training will help civil society organizations to better understand what data, stakeholders, conditions and commitments are required for developing reliable treatment cascades and equip them with skills and knowledge necessary to assume an effective role in this process in their countries.
We are currently accepting applications from qualified candidates to take part in this training.
We strongly encourage all applicants to read the guide for applicants before applying for the training. The guide describes the goal of the training and topics that will be covered. In order to apply, kindly fill out the online application form that you find on the ITACA training website: www.itaca-training.com. Please complete it no later than Sunday, February 7th 2016, at 23:59 CET.
We would be most grateful if you could please forward this information to your colleagues and people you know who are involved in HIV advocacy and access to treatment and might be interested in participating.
Should you have any additional questions about the training, feel free to contact Rade Kuzmanovic at NeLPCSEE@gmail.com or +381 63 510 754 or Kristjan Jachnowitsch at firstname.lastname@example.org or +32 2 626 96 45.