Course Title; HIV and AIDS Stigma and Discrimination
This course explores HIV-related stigma and discrimination, the different causes and manifestations of stigma and addresses the complex challenges and interventions to address it. The course was developed in conjunction with the school of journalism at University of Nairobi.
Duration; 5 days
Module 1: Introduction to Stigma
Module 2: Root Causes of Stigma
Module 3: Impact of HIV and AIDS - related Stigma
Module 4: Overview of Strategic Health Communication
Module 5: The Application of Behaviour Change Theories to Addressing Stigma
Module 6: Programmatic Interventions to Address Stigma
Module 7: Programme Monitoring and Evaluation of HIV and AIDS-related Stigma interventions
About the Department;
The school of Journalism was opened at the University of Nairobi as a UNESCO regional project financed largely by funds from Denmark, Norway, and Austria to cater for students from Eastern and Central Africa.
Until 1979, the School offered a two-year undergraduate programme leading to a Diploma in Journalism. From 1980 to-date the School offers a programme leading to Postgraduate Diploma in Mass Communication, and from October, 2001 a Masters Degree in Communication Studies.
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