Open Call for Trainers – Workshop Series for Community-led Communicable Diseases Services

Open Call for Trainers – Workshop Series for Community-led Communicable Diseases Services

We are excited to announce an open call for trainers for Project CORE‘s Workshop Series!

Project CORE – “Community Response to End Inequalities” focuses on reducing inequalities in HIV, TB, and viral hepatitis response by promoting, strengthening, and integrating community responses that have proven key in reaching vulnerable communities. We are looking for trainers to lead workshops within Work Package 4, which aims to strengthen the capacity of Community Health Workers and peers to conduct community-led interventions for those experiencing intersectional vulnerabilities to scale up testing services. The workshop series will be organised by Deutsche Aidshilfe in cooperation with Africa Advocacy FoundationEuropean Sex Workers’ Rights Alliance and C-EHRN in an online format from March 2024 until September 2024.
The workshops will focus on the following key topics:
1. Key Populations in HIV/HCV prevention and care
2. Culturally competent services
3. Legal and Policy Landscape
4. Overcoming Barriers
5. Sustainability of services
6. Mental health

Trainers are expected to:

  • Deliver a detailed, experience-based presentation.
  • Facilitate discussions where peers and community health workers can exchange experiences and best practices.
  • Establish feedback mechanisms for participant input.
  • Encourage an inclusive and respectful environment for open dialogue.
  • Ensure workshops stay on schedule and cover all relevant agenda items.
  • Synthesize the key points and outcomes of the meeting for future reference and reporting.


  • Developing workshop content based on the specified theme.
  • Conducting interactive and engaging online workshops.
  • Facilitating discussions, activities, and exercises.
  • Providing constructive feedback and support to participants.

The ideal trainer should possess the following qualifications and expertise:

  • Strong knowledge of HIV/HCV/TB prevention strategies, particularly in diversity and intersectionality.
  • Experience in moderating meetings and facilitating discussions on sensitive topics.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Sensitivity to cultural, social, and gender-related issues and a commitment to ensuring inclusive participation.
  • Strong organisational skills and effective time management.
  • Proficiency in spoken English.

Application process:

For detailed information, read the Terms of Reference!
To apply, please fill out this online form by 05.02.2024.
You can apply as a trainer for more than one topic.

Looking forward to receiving your applications!

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