A Manual for Training Community Conservation and Health Workers (CCHWs)
This PHE training manual is a prototype, designed for multiple audiences, including: policymakers, other decisionmakers, program designers, implementers, researchers, and target beneficiaries. This manual caters to different learning processes such as discussions; identifying learning styles; conducting training exercises and training needs assessments; developing action plans and visual aids; and training practice sessions. The prototype curriculum is designed to actively involve the participants in the learning process.
Each module has a set of trainer resources, participant materials, training evaluation tools, and reference materials for further reading. The training manual is designed for so that the curriculum can cascade national, regional, local/district and community levels across LVBC member states.
The training prototype curriculum manual has a background and rational section, and six modules. The modules are as follows:
- Background and Rationale
- PHE Basics
- PHE Advocacy and Communication
- Gender and PHE
- Resource Mobilization and Livelihoods
- PHE Sustainability
- PHE Monitoring and Evaluation
The manual is available in English, Swahili, Kirundi, and Kinyarwanda.