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Trinidad and Tobago

Since 2005, I-TECH has been partnering with the local health ministry, national programs, and local organizations in Trinidad and Tobago to provide technical assistance and capacity building in support of the national response to HIV and AIDS. I-TECH Trinidad and Tobago is currently funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), through the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and aims to support sustainable health systems, build healthcare worker capacity to provide comprehensive HIV treatment and care and strengthen self-advocacy for people living with HIV.

Trinidad and Tobago is part of I-TECH’s Caribbean Regional Program and collaborates with the Caribbean Training and Education Center for Health (C-TECH) to share, adapt and consolidate materials and efforts. The program also, where possible, includes participants from other Caribbean countries in its capacity-building activities.

Program Highlights

National HIV Psychosocial Services Expansion in Trinidad and Tobago

In 2019, I-TECH conducted an on-site assessment at Trinidad and Tobago's largest HIV treatment site. The findings of that assessment ...
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eLearning Programs for Health Care Workers in Trinidad and Tobago

I-TECH partners with the HIV/AIDS Coordinating Unit (HACU) of the Ministry of Health (MOH), the National AIDS Coordinating Committee (NACC) ...
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Key Populations Preceptorship Program in Trinidad and Tobago

Reducing stigma and discrimination toward vulnerable groups in health care settings can have a positive impact on enrollment in care, ...
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PLHIV Support in Trinidad and Tobago

I-TECH Trinidad and Tobago collaborates with  local organizations to implement programs focused on supporting the health and wellness of people ...
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