This competency-based training curriculum is designed to enable health care providers to provide safe high-quality counseling and support services to HIV-infected children, adolescents and their families. Fourteen modules cover a range of topics that are designed to be completed in ten days.
Catholic Relief Services began the Globally Accepted Indicators Initiative in June 2008 to strengthen indicator practice across sectors. GAIN has two main objectives: to improve the quality of indicator selection and use and to contribute to a more efficient monitoring-and-evaluation design process. GAIN is comprised of a series of indicator templates and a library of indicator resources with information to assist project teams in M&E system design, tool development, and analysis and interpretation of data. This publication includes eighteen Globally Accepted Indicators that present many of the necessary components and considerations for holistic M&E for peacebuilding.