AMP Trainings

In the last years, over 30 countries have participated in AMP-organized workshops aimed at strengthening the skills of NMCP and partner organization staff in planning, logistics, behaviour change communication and monitoring and evaluation, with a focus on net campaigns. The LLIN trainings provide a foundation for planning and executing a mass LLIN distribution campaign.

These training packages are available to countries interested in rolling out trainings at country level. Incorporating lessons learned in 2010 and 2011, notably around the shift to universal coverage, these training curricula provide an opportunity to continue to build NMCP and partner capacity to improve planning and implementation.

Full training curricula are available to download for the following workshops:

Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) workshops 2010

This workshop focused on critical monitoring and evaluation concepts including identifying key information to collect during and after campaigns, selecting appropriate methods of data collection, analysing, interpreting and reporting information properly, and the use of results to improve scale-up activities. Read More >

Behavior Change Communication (BCC) workshops 2010

Recognizing the importance of LLIN utilization in impacting malaria cases, AMP has conducted BCC trainings with a key focus on involving communities, social mobilization, communication planning, behaviour change communication material development, monitoring and evaluation and advocacy. Read More >

Logistics 2012

This training aims to build and support LLIN logistics capacity. It provides a forum where individuals engaged in planning, coordinating and implementing large-scale LLIN distributions can enhance their skills for the logistics roles required at all levels and stages of a mass campaign in order to ensure effective supply chain management from source to beneficiary. Read More >