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JAMMU: Six days induction training programme organised by J&K State AIDS Control Society (JKSACS) for the staff of Targeted Intervention (TI) projects empanelled with JKSACS concluded here on Tuesday at Government Hospital Gandhi Nagar.
The concluding function was presided over by Dr Mushtaq Ahmad Rather, Project Director JKSACS.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr Mushtaq Ahmad Rather, Project Director JKSACS emphasised that under the ownership of NGOs, TI projects should contribute to provide the services to High Risk Groups so that they can be safeguarded from risk of HIV/AIDS transmission and should work towards achieving a common goal i.e, ‘to halt and reverse the epidemic of HIV/AIDS’.
Different important topics related to TI working like financial management, micro and macro planning, tracking of lost to follow-up cases, community based testing, role of behavior change communication, condom promotion, conducting outreach, role of JKSACS, etc were covered over the period of six days.Interacting with the participants, Dr Mushtaq Ahmad Rather listened to their feedback as well as grievances and assured them of full support in finding a solution to their problems as far as possible.
In the end, the participants were felicitated with the presentation of certificates by the Project Director JKSACS.
Others who were present on the occasion included Dr Tabassum Jabeen, DD (BS); Dr Yashpal Karsyal, AD (BSD); Vivek Sharma CAO; Dr Sumeera Khan, PO (CST); Risheesh Khajuria, AD (IEC); Nissar Ahmad Dar, AD (TI); Irfan Bhat, AD (VBD); Mukhtar Ahmed Dar, AD (Finance); Sunil Koul, PA; Dinesh Kesar, Incharge Stores, Tajamul Hussain, Accounts Assistant and Mushtaq Ahmad Parray, DA from JKSACS.
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