Is your organization lacking the resources, support, capacity, or infrastructure to be self-sustaining? Want to learn how to more effectively meet the specific HIV treatment and prevention needs of your community?
TEACH (Trans Education + Action = Capacity for Health) is seeking expressions of interest from trans-led organizations in Sub-Saharan Africa to take part in a 3-day learning lab in Johannesburg, South Africa early next year.
TEACH is an initiative by the Men Who Have Sex with Men Global Forum (MSMGF) and IRGT: A Global Network of Trans Women and HIV designed to strengthen the capacity of trans-led organizations to more competitively apply for grant funding and build local organizational capacity to effectively respond to the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
This learning lab will be led by regionally-focused, Sub-Saharan-based trans individuals who have been identified, trained, and supported to serve as TEACH Technical Advisers.
The 3-day training will take place at a date to be determined in early 2018 and includes lodging, travel and per diem for participants. Instruction will be available in English.
Deadline for applications is 8 December 2017
Applicants will be notified of next steps after 15 December 2017
For more information and to apply, click HERE.
Contact MSMGF Public Health Adviser Mahri Bahati at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about the program.