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[afro-nets] Management Development Course for HIV/AIDS Managers
- From: "Joyce Kariuki" <JoyceK@amrefhq.org>
- Date: Fri, 6 Jul 2007 08:31:24 +0300
Management Development Course for HIV/AIDS Managers
16 to 22 September 2007
UCLA (University of California at Los Angeles) in partnership with Johnson and Johnson, AMREF and GBSN (Global Business School Network) has developed a curriculum for a worldwide training effort to build management capacity for HIV/AIDS service providers in developing countries. Management capacity is often the impediment to successful scaling up of services in this area. UCLA intends to offer the training to the top management of Africa based organizations/institutions dedicated to providing care, treatment and support services to People Living with HIV/AIDS. The program will take place on 16th - 22nd September 2007 at the AMREF International Training Centre in Nairobi, Kenya.
The program has been designed and will be delivered by world-class management faculty from the prestigious University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), with the assistance of faculty members from East African Universities. The program is funded by Johnson and Johnson one of the most admired companies in the world today, and is offered in cooperation the African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF) and the Global Business School Network (GBSN). Participants who attend all the sessions and complete the program successfully will receive a certificate of completion from the University of California.
There is no participant fee for this program. Participants who complete the program will receive a stipend of US$ 100. Travel expenses, if required, are to be borne by the participant or his/her organization. Lodging and all meals during the course are provided and paid for by the program sponsors.
For registration forms and additional information on the program please visit the MDI Program website: http://www.anderson.ucla.edu/mdi.xml . The deadline for applying to the September 2007 program is August 3, 2007. Applicants will be reviewed by both AMREF and by UCLA, and will be informed of their decision by 17th August 2007 at the latest.
We look forward to receiving your application to the program.
Joyce K. Mwaura