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UNFPA-TL and Ministry of Health conduct M&E Training to 13 Police Commanders

14 March 2016

 

Dili, Hotel J.Villa Monday (14/03/2016), General Commander of Policia Nacional Timor-Leste (PNTL-National Police of Timor-Leste), Mr. Julio da Costa Hornay participates in training activity conducted by Ministry of Health Timor-Leste and UNFPA-TL on Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) on HIV/AIDS and STIs programs

Dili, Hotel J.Villa Monday (14/03/2016), General Commander of Policia Nacional Timor-Leste (PNT-National Police of Timor-Leste), Mr. Julio da Costa Hornay participate in training activity conducted by Ministry of Health Timor-Leste and UNFPA-TL on Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) on HIV/AIDS and STIs programs.

Objective of the training is to inform Mid-Level Manager on the activity carry out by their PNTL members in their respective district and inform about how to do monitoring and evaluation of activity as well as supports provided during the implementation.

"In this opening remark, Mr. Hornay reminds to all 13 municipalities Police Commanders to use this opportunity to gain experience and later they can share information they will get during the training to their members, families and societies.  On behalf of PNTL, I would like to extend my gratitude thanks to UNFPA and Ministry of Health for organizing this training to disseminate information on HIV/AIDS which makes everyone afraid of."

"Interim Director for Communicable Disease (CDC) of Ministry of Health (MoH), Dr. Frederico gives his short remark that this activity is part of MoH and UNFPA's work to advocate and disseminate information to all PNTL's commanders. In regard to M&E it is really important to record and report data for each HIV/AIDS and STIs's indicators which already determined by MoH under the National HIV/AIDS Program of CDC department. Furthermore, it is really important to record, report and analyze and interpret data so we can develop a good intervention plan."

Representative from UNFPA, Dr. Domingas Bernardo on her brief remark states "UNFPA has commitment to provide technical support to PNTL on Sexual and Reproductive Health, Gender Based Violence, and Sexual Exploitation and Abuse and improve capacity of PNTL through trainings and other activities. On behalf of UNFPA, I would like to thank to Mr. Hornay (General Commander) to allow all municipalities commanders to attend this training. I also take this opportunity to thank to Police Inspector of Clinical Unit (Mr. Abilio de Araujo) and Superintendent Assistant (Mr. Emilio dos Santos) for their supports for this trainings. To end her remark "Together we can reduce new cases of HIV iha Timor-Leste' together we can reduce stigma and discrimination toward People Living with HIV/AIDS. END