Alani Price
Student: Alani Price
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While in Nepal, I completed three main activities. With the team leader of Surveillance, Research, and Monitoring I attended a field visit to monitor several Integrated Bio-Behavioral Survey sites where data collection was taking place with female sex workers, one of the most at-risk populations in Nepal. From these observations I suggested edits and additions to the existing monitoring checklist. For the Third National AIDS Conference in July, I supported the Organizing Committee with tasks from spreadsheet management to registration tables. At the conference I attended a session on the integration of Reproductive Health with HIV/AIDS efforts in Nepal. My final activity at FHI was to complete a pilot capacity analysis and needs assessment with an implementing agency. I interviewed different levels of staff from an agency working with drug users as a target population, and then utilized the qualitative data gathered to identify capacity building needs. I then documented these needs in a report.

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