The Hepatitis C Partnership for Control and Treatment (Hep C PACT)* developed a training program consisting of training sessions aiming to engage with in-country civil society organizations to identify challenges with hepatitis C virus (HCV) diagnostics, treatment and care in countries, and develop a strategy to prioritize and address some of these challenges.
Learning objectives/goals of the program are:
- Identify the global demand for HCV treatment
- Describe key obstacles for commodities supply chains
- Explain how systems can create barriers to care
- Identify different financing mechanisms for HCV care and treatment
- Define person first language and how it relates to treatment outcomes
The program is designed for the following audience: health care service providers, civil society organizations, representatives from ministries of health, funders, other stakeholders, and should be adapted accordingly.
Download the training program below.
* The Hepatitis C Partnership for Control and Treatment (Hep C PACT) is a joint collaboration of Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF); Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative (DNDi); FIND, the global alliance for diagnostics; and Treatment Action Group (TAG).