recent years, Cambodia has made great strides in turning the tide of
the HIV epidemic; however, young people and particularly those in disadvantaged communities remain
vulnerable and often do not receive sufficient attention from HIV/AIDS
prevention organizations. Due to the sensitive nature of the topic,
teachers and trainers are often shy to bring up issues related to
HIV/AIDS in the classroom and community. This is one of the reasons why
GSC HIV/AIDS Prevention training is needed in Cambodia to help close
this education gap, increase teachers’ and trainers’
comfort levels in engaging in open dialogue with students, and keep
future generations safe from the disease.
HIV/AIDS prevention is part of an overall public health education program offered by GSC in Cambodia. The HIV/AIDS prevention
training is embedded in a broad Global Public Health Education Program that addresses a gamut of community health issues.
Dates & Rates: The Global Public Health Education Program is offered year-round, from four weeks to six months or longer. For more information, visit our Dates & Rates page.More about Cambodia Public Health Education Programs.