Mission Report: Cambodia Red Cross Conducts Healthy Aging Training in Svay Rieng | 20-24 February 2018 | Cambodia

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Cambodia Red Cross Conducts Healthy Aging Training in Svay Rieng | 20-24 February 2018 | Cambodia

Cambodian Red Cross (CRC) and IFRC conducted the “Healthy Aging” training for the elderly people and CRC volunteers from Svay Rieng Province during 20-24 February. Sixty-eight elderly people (32 females) from five villages took part in the activity, while 22 volunteers (12 females) also participated. The training focused on promoting healthier lifestyles which include physical exercises, healthy eating, and health assessment. Click here for more information.

  

  

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Healthy Ageing Training of Trainers Summary Report – June 2017

Healthy Ageing Training of Trainers Summary Report – June 2017

This training summary report presents the results of the Training of Trainers on Healthy Ageing (TOT HA) conducted and hosted by Cambodian Red Cross Society during 13-15 June 2017 at Cambodian Red Cross National Head Quarters, Phnom Penh. The training was held with the support of IFRC and Pfizer, Inc.

The trained participants will conduct training in 3 targeted provinces: Kampot, Svay Rieng and Prey Veng to improve the quality of life of Cambodia elderly people in rural communities which will be reached at least 500 community members.

Moreover, 90-100 Red Cross volunteers will be trained on Healthy Ageing—during 4-12 July 2017, 18 outreach education sessions on non-communicable diseases and health promotion in targeted communities at Buddhist pagodas will be conducted by trained volunteers, 3,000 healthy ageing booklets will be produced, and at least 2 case studies and stories and project review and lessons learnt reports will be developed.

 

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Author: IFRC
Publication date: June 16, 2017
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Theme(s): Health
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Summary Report: Community Outreach Sessions on Healthy Ageing July 2017

Summary Report: Community Outreach Sessions on Healthy Ageing July 2017

This report summarizes the community outreach sessions on healthy ageing in various provinces in Cambodia (Kampot, Prey Vieng and Svay Rieng) conducted in July 2017, by Cambodian Red Cross, IFRC and Pfizer, Inc.

 

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Author: IFRC
Publication date: July 18, 2017
Status: Final Type: PDF Size (MB): Size: 1.8
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Theme(s): Health
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Healthy Ageing Training for Red Cross Volunteers Report

Healthy Ageing Training for Red Cross Volunteers Report

This report summarizes the training workshop for healthy ageing training for Cambodian Red Cross Volunteers held in:

  • Prey Veng: 4-5 July 2017
  • Svay Rieng: 6-7 July 2017
  • Kampot: 11-12 July 2017

 

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Author: IFRC
Publication date: July 13, 2017
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Theme(s): Health
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Healthy ageing volunteer guide for empowering communities

Healthy ageing volunteer guide for empowering communities

Purpose:

The healthy ageing module and toolkit include this guide, which is contained within the facilitator guide, gives an overview of the process and tools for volunteers working with community members on healthy ageing. The aim of the toolkit is to provide a guideline for healthy ageing volunteers to test evidence-based tools that support healthy and active ageing at the community level. The toolkit was developed with subject matter expertise in the life course approach, healthy ageing determinants and evidence-based behavior change theories.

Overview:

The toolkit includes content about noncommunicable diseases, risk factors such as falls and social isolation, as well as tools which provide guidance and activities to help people pursue healthier lives and enable active ageing with dignity and a better quality of life. The content includes guide on how to use the module and toolkit with focus on the following topics:

  • Topic 1–Functional ability–life course
  • Topic 2–Assessment
  • Topic 3–Behaviour change
  • Topic 4–Preventing NCDs
  • Topic 5 –Preventing falls
  • Topic 6–Preventing social isolation
  • Topic 7–Healthy eating
  • Topic 8–Physical activity
  • Topic 9–Lifelong learning


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 Guidance for project implementation, Training

Audience: Technical staff and volunteers

This guide is also available in Khmer/Cambodian version [pdf, 3.3 MB]

 

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Healthy ageing facilitator guide for teaching community volunteers

Healthy ageing facilitator guide for teaching community volunteers

Purpose:

This guide is designed for staff or trainers of trainers to conduct a training of trainers (ToT) or preparation course for staff and volunteers who will work directly with community members. The facilitator guide is comprised of nine topics which we advise teaching in sequential order to allow volunteers to see the full range of materials available. The tools, talking points and activities included allow volunteers to teach communities in an interactive way. The assessment topic allows volunteers to assess community needs and develop a healthy ageing programme for each community based on its unique needs. The assessment determines which topics will be taught and the priority of each topic at any given time in the programme. All topics allow participants to learn and practise key knowledge and skills to coach community members through social and behaviour change techniques and to set a supportive environment for healthy ageing at the community level.

Overview: 

The materials in this toolkit are designed so that the initial three topics are mandatory as guidelines for healthy ageing facilitators in teaching community volunteers: 1. Functional ability – life course 2. Assessment 3. Behaviour change.

The overall learning objectives include the following:

  • Learners will be able to explain the components of healthy ageing
  • Learners will be able to identify critical risk and protective factors to do with people’s health as they age
  • Learners will be able to identify the critical role of active participation in society
  • Learners will be able to demonstrate the impact of the life course trajectory in all stages of life


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 Guidance for project implementation, Training

Audience: Technical staff and volunteers

This guide is also available in Cambodian/Khmer version [pdf, 18.4MB]

 

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Healthy ageing toolkit for facilitators, volunteers and community

Healthy ageing toolkit for facilitators, volunteers and community

Purpose:

The healthy ageing module and toolkit include this guide, which is contained within the facilitator guide, gives an overview of the process and tools for facilitators teaching volunteers and for volunteers working with community members on healthy ageing. The getting started guide provides the intended learning objectives and outlines of session timing for ease of planning healthy ageing sessions.

Overview:

The toolkit is intended to be used with the healthy ageing guides. The toolkit features full-colour imagery, interactive formats and games material to teach all audiences according to the methodology suggested in the guides. All materials can be printed in colour or black/white and are of high resolution for those National Societies wishing to enlarge and print posters and banners for other uses in their healthy ageing activities. While the materials are specifically tailored to an ageing audience, all materials can be adapted or taught as they are to any adult audience. The activities included allow volunteers and their community members to learn about what healthy ageing is and how to pursue a healthy life course. Community members can also explore the critical components for healthy ageing and assess their personal development along the various components on a regular basis. They can become familiar with, and comfortable in, identifying areas where they may need extra attention and support, as well as empowering themselves to eat more healthily and move more freely, helping to prevent NCDs, falls and social isolation and, in the process, becoming lifelong learners. These outcomes can be achieved with the highly interactive and learner-friendly tools included in this toolkit.

The content includes guide on how to use the module and toolkit with focus on the following topics both in English and in Cambodian/Khmer:

 

Usage: Guidance for project implementation, Training

Audience: Technical staff and volunteers

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