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Kripa Foundation orientation training concludes

Participants at the Induction and Orientation Training for new and existing TI NGOs, at Kohima, Thursday.
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Published on 7 Nov. 2008 12:34 AM IST
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Regional Resource Training Centre North East II (RRTC NE II), Kripa Foundation (Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya and Nagaland), Nagaland, Kohima from November 4 to 6 organised a three-day induction and orientation training for new and existing TI NGOs at DUDA guest house Kohima, sponsored by Nagaland State AIDS Control Society (NSACS). According to a release issued RRTC NE II Kripa Foundation Nagaland, coordinator, Theja Theyo the purpose of the training was to ensure the delivery of quality HIV prevention intervention through the Targeted Intervention (TIs) under NACP III in Nagaland. The main objective of the training was to understand the concept of TI, understand operational guideline of NACP III, quality service delivery to HRG, financial report expectation of NACO-NSACS, NGOs financial procedures. The training was attended by thirteen NGOs from the state, which includes six new NGOs to implement targeted intervention among injecting drug users in the state, funded by NSACS. The training was facilitated by Dr. Joyce Angami, projects Manager (INDIA); Nossal Institute for Global Health (University of Melbourne); Abou Mere, director, Kripa Foundation Nagaland; Fr. Joe Mariadhas, director, Shalom Rehabilitation Centre, Dimapur; Tokheli, project state coordinator OST, EHA, Dimapur; Khyuchamo, monitoring officer (Kripa Foundation), TI; Ketho, project coordinator OST, Kripa Foundation; Vizo, finance officer (Kripa Foundation), and Khuto assistant deputy director finance, NSACS, the release stated.

 
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