This is HIV-Coordinatoin
Designing and Manage HIV Prevention Projects

Mr Tristan Troby unfolds the term HIV Coordination, deconstructs its meaning and explains why this is a crucial part of a successful HIV prevention.


The training gives the participants a deeper understanding of the terms used in HIV/AIDS work, along with constructive guidelines on how to build a sustainable and diverse organisation for the HIV prevention, on a national, regional and local level.

If your organisation is going to work on HIV prevention, there are far more ways of doing this than making information available for a few people.


This training puts the focus on how to plan for a successful HIV Prevention Project, and includes everything from understanding the HIV Pandemic to the practical design of the project.

The purpose of this course is to equip the participants, from their organisations respectively with skills on designing and managing an HIV Prevention project, and every participant should have a concrete plan for their organisation’s project.

Föreningen arbetar förebyggande med preventivt informations – och utbildningsarbete om hiv, Sexuellt överförbara infektioner, Sexuell och reproduktiv hälsa och bemötande.



It is possible to book Tristan Troby for single lectures or as a part of a educational concept. The lectures below are just suggestions. If you have a specific subject within the area of HIV/Aids, sexuality or communication, we can most certainly arrange that.

All the 13 Perspectives of AIDS


The lecture gives a more holistic image of the disease, which has harvest 30-35 million peoples lives and now affects approximately 40-48 million people round the globe living with the virus. All countries in the world is a part of the problem and the possibilities! It is not just one disease affecting one part of one society. The origin to this lecture and the deconstruction into 13 perspectives comes from the participants on a training course I conducted in Hargeisa, Somaliland 2005. They were given a homework, to think about what different perspectives that could be connected to Aids and the HIV pandemic.

Lecture of 90-105 minutes

This is HIV Prevention

In this lecture, I bring up the basics and subjects needed for working on HIV prevention and how to do it in a successful way.

The lecture is mainly for groups of people who deal with HIV or prevention activities, or those who have an overall responsibility for creating and maintaining strategies in the fight against aids.

Lecture of 90-105 minutes

The Global AIDS situation


During this lecture, the global situation is described, and I offer examples through stories from some specific countries. There is a possibility for you to get a focus on a specific country or a certain region. The lecture includes an exercise, which requires participation from the auditorium (reservation for facilities and the number of people attending).
The lecture is suitable for those who want to get an overview of the HIV pandemic, and also for those especially interested in a certain region.

Lecture of approximately 120 minutes

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