Building Capacity on Post-Rape Care for Children and Adolescents Technical Workshop

From September 4-5, 2013, the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief’s (PEPFAR) Orphans and Vulnerable Children Technical Working Group, with additional support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)/Tanzania and the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare of the government of Tanzania conducted a technical workshop in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania on Building Capacity on Post-Rape Care (PRC) for Children and Adolescents. The workshop brought together 52 clinical staff from Tanzania and relevant stakeholders to build country capacity to advance a coordinated post-rape care (PRC) response for children under 18 in Tanzania. This venue also allowed implementers to present country-level experiences and challenges to providing clinical care for children who have experienced sexual violence and exploitation, and identify technical assistance needs and sources to support the development of Tanzanian PRC technical guidelines.


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Presentations from the technical consultation are available for download below.


Day 1 Day 2

Post Rape Care in Children: Tanzania Experience
(PDF, 748 KB)

Presented by Grace Mallya, MOHSW, Tanzania

Practitioner's Perspective: Addressing the Needs of Children and Adolescents Who Have Experiencing Sexual Violence
(PDF, 159 KB)

Presented by Margareth Makuchilo, Mbagala Rangitatu Hospital; Fransisca Makoye, Swo Ilala Municipal

Addressing SGBV/VAC in Tanzania
(PDF, 658 KB)

Presented by Jayne Lyons for Mustafa Kudrati, Pathfinder International

Psychosocial Support in Post-Rape Care for Children and Adolescence
(PDF, 378 KB)

Presented by Divina James Kabalo, Regional Psychosocial Support Initiative (REPSSI)

Use of the OSCE and Microteaching Methodologies During Pretest of GBV/VAC Training Materials
(PDF, 4.3 MB)

Presented by Samuel Likindikoki, Pathfinder International

Advantages of Competence Based Curriculum (CBET)
(PDF, 267 KB)

Presented by Rose Mjawa Laisser, Pathfinder International

Policies, Implementation and Challenges to Providing Post-Rape Care
(PDF, 221 KB)

Presented by Witness Motta, Engender Health/RESPOND

Clinical Management of CSA and Rape: Experience from a Study in Morogoro
(PDF, 510 KB)

Presented by Felix Kisanga, Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences; Projestine Muganyizi, Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences

The Kenya Experience: Post-Rape Care for Children and Adolescents Challenges and Successes
(PDF, 1.5 MB)

Presented by Lina Obonyo, Liverpool VCT Care and Treatment Center

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