Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission Training Curriculum

The Kenya Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission (PMCT) Project, in partnership with Horizons/Population Council, UNICEF, and the Regional AIDS Training Network and with financial support from USAID, has developed a training manual for health providers on the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV. The course was developed by many different experts including an obstetrician, pediatricians, lactation management specialists, counselors and an adult educator. The training curriculum consists of 5 modules, and takes 10 days to complete.

The curriculum consists of 5 training modules:
Click here to view the all of the modules in PDF.

The Kenya Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission (PMCT) Project realises that the area of PMCT changes rapidly and they feel that this curriculum will change in structure, content, and duration as well. The intent is that this first edition, published in 2002, will be revised periodically. The publishers therefore request users and readers to use the following email address to send their comments which will be used in the periodic revisions of the course naresa@alphanet.co.kel
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