CABLE Sessions

Session 1 – How to make your organization legit

Having your own Vision & Mission,  Core Values, Compliance • Volunteer management • Data privacy & protection

Session 2 – Essentials in an organization

Strategic Planning and Operational Planning • Communications Planning

Session 3 – HIV Basics

HIV 101: History & Epidemiology, Life Cycle, Natural History in Humans • Diagnosis, Treatment & Prevention

Session 4 – Advanced HIV

Adherence & Resistance Adverse reactions, Drug Interactions, First Aid • HIV and co-infections – Hepatitis B – TB – STI

Session 5 – Legalities, Stigma and Discrimination

Session 6 – HIV and COVID-19

Implications of the New Normal on CBOs.

Session 7 = Developing the Research Question

Theory of Change • Gathering and Using Data

Session 8 –  Qualitative Data Analysis

Session 9 – Quantitative Data Analysis

Session 10 – Technical Writing Skills • Reporting Research Results

Session 11 – Project Planning

Introduction to Project Management Framework • Needs Assessment – Identifying and Prioritizing Project Needs • Road Map and Pathways on HIV Care Continuum among PLHIV, including MSM & TG in the Community: Action Planning • Indicators & Targets

Session 12 – Project Action

Using a Gantt Chart • Costing • Monitoring & Evaluation.

Session 13 – Project Review

Planning beyond implementation • Transition planning • Sustainability • Capacity building.

Session 14 – Keys to Project Success

Stakeholders • Financial management • Resource Mobilization

Session 15 – Transitions

Closing out projects • Sample cases & Success Stories

COVID-19 Vaccines and PLHIV


In March 2020, we were one of the first organizations in the Philippines to conduct a series of webinars on HIV and COVID related topics, as a supplemental learning for the HTTP graduates. The webinars were developed as a way to ensure the continuity of care for People Living With HIV (PLHIVs) and at-risk groups during the COVID-19 pandemic & ensuing lockdowns.

This webinar series greatly benefitted our HTTP graduates, as well as other primary care workers, by providing timely knowledge and awareness in order to adapt and respond to the challenges brought upon by the pandemic.

This year, as the Philippine government is about to roll out a national vaccination program against COVID-19, we are at a critical point where knowledge must be shared to HIV healthcare providers, and vaccine confidence boosted among PLHIVs, while focusing on the latest science and updates on HIV and COVID-19 vaccines.

Here are the Q&A topics that followed:

The most common question sent in by attendees was whether special provisions were to be made for PLHIV for easier access to the vaccine. Worries about confidentiality, disclosure, and unnecessary exposure to the public of immunocompromised individuals were the reasons given for desire for a more localized area of distribution.

We will follow up with the Department of Health for a statement regarding this concern.