Presentation on theme: "OurStory. Introduction Photo documentation workshops as the first phase of the pre- convention trainings for peer educators were organized with select."— Presentation transcript:
Introduction Photo documentation workshops as the first phase of the pre- convention trainings for peer educators were organized with select peer educators from the districts of Surat, Bangalore Urban and Purulia.
Introduction The peer educators captured case stories of their work through images and conveyed key messages in the illustrative form in two broad areas: 1. Highlighting the high risk and vulnerable areas/groups to HIV/AIDS in their district; and 2. Sharing their work as a peer educator in the community.
Introduction These case stories were show cased at the national convention held at the Ecumenical Christian Centre, Bangalore from May The power point presentation gives a glimpse of their work captured in pictures by the peer educators.
Resource person, Anirban Dutta conducting the training at Bangalore
Peer educator making a presentation after group work
Peer Educator making a presentation of her case study
Peer Educator Roma talking to auto drivers, Surat.
Peer Volunteer Ashok talking to truck drivers about HIV/AIDS, Surat
Peer Educator Mahendra talking to young men in the community, Surat.
Young girls playing carrom at a youth information centre in Surat. These carrom boards are especially made with HIV/AIDS messages.
Peer Educator Rahul talking to migrant workers at Mora village, Surat.
Truckers hub, Bangalore
Rag pickers drinking alcohol in their locality, Bangalore.
Peer Educator Manjunath talking to auto drivers about HIV/AIDS, Bangalore.
A cleaner at the truckers parking booth, Bangalore.
A rag picker collecting trash, Bangalore.
A peer educator giving information on HIV/AIDS to the young men in his community, Bangalore.
Peer Educator Sampa and Kalpana performing Santhal dance, Purulia. This folk form is often used to spread information on HIV/AIDS.
Young girls working at a stone crushing factory in Purulia.
Peer Educators using street theatre to create awareness on HIV/AIDS in the community, Purulia.
Peer Educator Nirmal talking to the young men in his community, Purulia.
Community women going through the leaflet on HIV/AIDS distributed during a peer educator session, Purulia.