MCSP HRH Liberia Gender-Responsive Teaching Methods Facilitator’s Guide

USAID MSCP Gender training

USAID Maternal and Child Survival Program

USAID’s MCSP/Human Resources for Health project in Liberia, aims to improve health workforce readiness by increasing the quality of instruction at pre-service training institutions and by strengthening the learning environment at pre-service training institutions and clinical/practicum teaching sites. A key component of these efforts is to improve retention of female students by promoting gender-responsive teaching skills and gender-sensitive teaching environments, through skills training of faculty and preceptors on gender-responsive teaching methods. The Gender-Responsive Teaching Methods Package helps instructors understand and address gender and its impacts on learning. The package also includes PowerPoints on Gender Promotion at the Institutional Level and Introduction to Gender-Responsive Teaching Methods.

November 9, 2018
Year of publication
Resource types
Training materials
Liberia, health workforce, gender-responsiveness, gender-sensitive responses, health worker training

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