Public Health Management Institute (PHMI), a project of SHARE India, was established in 2005 with a simple yet single-minded focus: to improve the quality of life (not just health) through health interventions and related activities in underprivileged communities. Using technology, social and cultural tools, it lays special emphasis on making quality healthcare affordable across all socio-economic strata, thereby strengthening national assets in terms of human resource.
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Andhra Pradesh State AIDS Control Society is in the process of initiating operations in the state. SHARE –India , supported the initiative by conducting a workshop to orient the staff of APSACS and partner institutions. The workshop served to orient participants and also led them through a process of identification of broad operations research questions and priority areas.
The National AIDS Control Organization has revised PPTCT technical guidelines in line with WHO recommendations and the new guidelines are currently being implemented in Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh (AP) . A training for staff of private medical colleges in Andhra Pradesh was conducted on these guidelines in order to orient them on the guidelines and clarify their roles with regard to it.
A training on a GIS software for mapping HIV epidemic in the state was conducted in December 2012 for DAPCU M&E Assistants of Andhra Pradesh . The training aimed at helping the participants to understand the usage of the software. It also provided the opportunity for participants in using the software to generate district specific maps with specific layers of information from the programme.
SHARE India supported APSACS in building capacities of its resource pool of trainers on conceptualizing, planning, designing, conducting and evaluating trainings as well as principles of adult learning.A module on Instructional Design based on the ADDIE model was developed by SHARE India and used for training over 70 members of the APSACS resource pool of trainers over three batches.