The relevancy of training programs of HIV/AIDS community based organizations funded by NACC : a case study of Kuria District
Chacha, Lucas Matiko
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Human resource training is paramount to any organization, which wants quality, relevant and productive Labour force to deliver the required services for its set objectives. Training for workers is necessary as it sharpens their skills and renews their morale for work and keeps them afloat to the ever-changing technological environment. This project has highlighted background information on training of the HIV/AIDS personnel globally and locally. It has also touched on the institutional framework of NACC as a body handling HIV/AIDS Epidemics in Kenya. The statement of the problem as perceived by the researcher is also highlighted. The project was intended to investigate the relevancy of human resources training programmes of HIV/AIDS CBOs funded by NACC, with a view to establish whether they have training policies, training methods, how they analyse their training needs, evaluation and problems associated with staff training. In literature review, the researcher has looked at what has been done in the area of training by the early researchers. In the conceptual framework where training policies, training needs analysis, training and development methods and training evaluation are perceived by the researcher as independent variables which when properly organized or handled will result into relevant training programme which will enhance training performance positively leading to achievement of set objectives. The study was carried out in Kuria District where a questionnaire was used to gather data from the HIV/AIDS CBOs sampled by area clustering technique and analysed b descriptive statistics with the help of SPSS techniques for data analysis and presentation. The results of this study..have been used to recommend ways and means of improving training of human resources in the HIV/AIDS CBOs in the country. Study gaps for future research have also been identified.