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[afro-nets] The Leadership and Management Development Program for Leaders/Managers of HIV/AIDS Service Organisations

The Management Development Institute (MDI) Program for HIV/AIDS service 
providers is a one-week intensive program designed for top management of 
African organizations dedicated to providing prevention, treatment and care and 
support services in the area of HIV/AIDS.  The goal of the program is to 
provide leaders of these service organizations with management tools, 
frameworks, and knowledge that enable them to increase the quantity and quality 
of services they provide. 

The program has been designed by world-class management faculty from the 
prestigious University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) and is delivered in 
conjunction with instructors from African universities. The program is funded 
by Johnson & Johnson, one of the most admired companies in the world today, and 
is offered in cooperation with The African Medical and Research Foundation 
(AMREF) in Nairobi, the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration 
(GIMPA) in Accra and the University of Cape Town (UCT) in South Africa. Upon 
completion of the training the candidates receive a certificate from the 
University of California.  

The program will be held as follows:

*For Southern Africa Organizations: August 22 to 28, 2010, at University of 
Cape Town, Cape Town - South Africa

Application deadline:   12th July, 2010

*For West African Organizations: August 29 to September 4, 2010, at the Ghana 
Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), Accra - Ghana

Application deadline:   12th July, 2010

SCHOLARSHIPS

The cost of the MDI training program is US$ 4,000 per participant. Johnson and 
Johnson awards scholarships to managers who have the greatest potential to 
positively impact the quantity and quality of services in their organization.  
These scholarships cover the cost of tuition, training materials, accommodation 
and meals.  Travel expenses, if required, will be borne by the participants or 
their organization.

APPLICATION FORMS

Download application forms on the link below
http://www.anderson.ucla.edu/x13884.xml

OR

Anthony Wairagu
mailto:anthony.wairagu@amref.org

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