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Payson Center Summer Institutes in Bangkok, Thailand
Payson Center Summer Institutes in Bangkok, Thailand
Payson Center Summer Institutes in Bangkok, Thailand
Payson Center Summer Institutes in Bangkok, Thailand
Payson Center Summer Institutes in Bangkok, Thailand
Payson Center Summer Institutes in Bangkok, Thailand
Payson Center Summer Institutes in Bangkok, Thailand
Payson Center Summer Institutes in Bangkok, Thailand
Payson Center Summer Institutes in Bangkok, Thailand
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Payson Center Summer Institutes in Bangkok, Thailand

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hiv/aids programming for development, monitoring and evaluation for hiv/aids prevention, summer institute

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  • 1. Chao  Phraya   Thailand  Summer  Ins0tute     June  4-­‐29,  2012  Sukhumvit  
  • 2. Thailand  Summer  Ins0tute     Bangkok  2012  •  "HIV/AIDS  Programming  for  Development:  The   Successful  Case  of  Thailand”   –  Dates:  4  June  to  15  June,  2012  •  "Monitoring  and  EvaluaNon  for  HIV/AIDS   PrevenNon  and  Other  Behavioral  IntervenNon   Programs”   –  Dates:  18  June  to  29  June,  2012  
  • 3. Instructors  •  Dr.  William  Bertrand  •  Dr.  Elke  de  Buhr    With  support  by  Pete  Likitkererat  (Payson  PhD   student  and  local  T.A.)  
  • 4. An  Introduc0on  to  Bangkok,  Thailand  
  • 5. HIV/AIDS  Programming  in  Thailand  •  During  the  late  1980s,  Thailand  experienced  a   drasNc  increase  in  HIV  infecNon  among   commercial  sex  workers  and  injecNng  drug  users   (IDUs)  sparking  the  fear  of  a  major  AIDS  epidemic  •  The  government  of  Thailand  reacted  with  a   comprehensive  strategy  to  promote  safe  sex,  a   program  that  has  let  to  a  sustained  and  dramaNc   reducNon  in  HIV  infecNon  rates  •  Today,  Thailand  is  considered  a  major  success  in   the  internaNonal  fight  against  AIDS  and  other   sexually  transmi]ed  infecNons    
  • 6. Course  #1:  HIV/AIDS  Programming  for   Development:  The  Case  of  Thailand  •  This  course  will  provide  students  with  the  basic  skills  in   the  design  and  management  of  development  programs  •  Focus  on  Thailand’s    HIV/AIDS  response,  however,  the   introduced  methods  and  principles  can  be  applied  to   the  context  of  many  types  of  program  acNviNes  •  Field  visits:  NGOs  working  on   HIV/AIDS  as  well  as  the  sites  of   government  (and  PEPFAR)   supported  HIV/AIDS   prevenNon  and  intervenNon   programs    
  • 7. Course  #2:  M&E  for  HIV/AIDS  Preven0on  and   Other  Behavioral  Interven0on  Programs  •  IntroducNon  to  the  monitoring  and  evaluaNon  (M&E)  of   development  intervenNons   –  Study  M&E  at  the  case  of  the  large  and  successful  HIV/AIDS  response  in   Thailand   –  Assess  the  ability  of  a  specific  M&E  methods  to  measure  both  the  process   and  impact  of  an  intervenNon   –  Learn  how  to  design  and  execute  an  evaluaNon  project  with  assistance    •  Field  visits:  InternaNonal   organizaNons  (including   UNAIDS)  and  local  and   internaNonal  NGOs  working  on   HIV/AIDS  in  Thailand    
  • 8. Field  Research  •  Course  #1:  HIV/AIDS  Programming   –  Students  will  design  and  execute  a  feasibility  study  for   a  prevenNon  or  intervenNon  program     –  This  research    will  involve  the  collecNon  of  primary   data  in  Bangkok  focusing  on  most  at  risk  populaNons   (MARPs)  such  as  commercial  sex  workers,  men  who   have  sex  with  men  (MSM)  and  IDUs  •  Course  #2:  Monitoring  and  Evalua0on   –  Case  study:  Within  the  Thai  context,  design  an  M&E   project  with  assistance  covering  process,  outcome  and   impact  measures  
  • 9. Course  Logis0cs  •  Teaching:   –  Lectures,  incl.  guest  speakers  (mostly  in  the   mornings)     –  Site  visits/field  trips,  and  group  work  (mostly   aeernoons,  someNmes  all  day)  •  Housing  and  Meals:     –  Shared  rooms  (2  students   per  room)   –  Included  meals:  Breakfast,   lunch,  and  two  coffee  breaks   h]p://www.royalbenja.th.com/  
  • 10. Ayu]haya     Field  Trips   Grand  Palace    
  • 11. Ques0ons?  

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