This category comprises of all modules that wiollbe creted by the HIV Program ,targettting the flexible training that will be  given to staff in the capacity building 

Irrational fears about AIDS and negative attitudes and judgments towards people living with and at-risk for HIV persist more than three decades into the HIV epidemic. The consequences of stigma and discrimination are wide-ranging and have significant negative impacts on the overall HIV response globally. Stigma and discrimination perpetrated in health settings, beyond representing human rights violations, also present barriers to accessing and utilizing medical and psychosocial support services that are critical for favorable outcomes among HIV-positive patients.

The first goal of this e-course is to educate health care providers about and build their capacity to reduce stigma and discrimination in health settings and thus improve access and utilization of quality HIV services. The second goal is to offer a user-friendly, self-guided, online resource for the training of health facility staff, drawing upon existing field-tested and validated anti-stigma resources.

This course is intended to all health care providers working in HIV area.



HIV Prevention and management guidelines are revised at least every two years based on new national and international scientific evidences. This course describes the main considerations of the protocol in use since July 2018. It will equip beneficiaries with a clear understanding of the current prevention methods as well as the recommended protocol in HIV care and treatment of People living with HIV (PLHIV). The course is intended for healthcare providers in HIV services, HIV Clinical Mentors, Laboratory Technicians, Supply Chain Staff as well as other Health Professionals with basic knowledge in HIV prevention and management.