Southern Zone Training

Facilitators and participants in April 2012 Stomp Out Malaria Training

PCV started stomping in Tanzania with a couple hours at each of the three required  trainings (pre-service training, in service training and mid-service conference).  A couple hours resulted in a recognized project idea but not much action.

Last week with excellent facilitation from JHU, MASHA, PSI and TANAM; Stomp Out Malaria in Tanzania pulled off the first super-regional malaria training.  Action guaranteed because World Malaria Day was just a week away.

Participants: 19 Peace Corps Volunteers (PCV), 17  Community Change Agents (CCA)

Facilitators: Johns Hopkins University Center for Communication Program (JHU CCP), Mtwara Action for Self Help Activities (MASHA), Peace Corps (PC), Population Services International (PSI) and Tanzania National Malaria Movement (TANAM)

Date: 16-19 April 2012

Location: VETA, Mtwara

PCV started stomping in Tanzania with a couple hours at each of the three required  trainings (pre-service training, in service training and mid-service conference).  A couple hours resulted in a recognized project idea but not much action.  Last week with excellent facilitation from JHU, MASHA, PSI and TANAM; Stomp Out Malaria in Tanzania pulled off the first super-regional malaria training.  Action guaranteed because World Malaria Day was just a week away.

16-19 April 2012

Participants: 19 Peace Corps Volunteers (PCV), 17  Community Change Agents (CCA)

Facilitators: Johns Hopkins University Center for Communication Program (JHU CCP), Mtwara Action for Self Help Activities (MASHA), Peace Corps (PC), Population Services International (PSI) and Tanzania National Malaria Movement (TANAM)

Location: VETA, Mtwara

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