Frequent Asked Questions

 

 

Can I use the materials for free?

Yes, you can use and reproduce all the training materials provided that the source is specified.

 

I like a specific session plan but the case study used is not suitable for my target group, what should I do?

The session plans are meant to give you suggestions about how to structure a session and which method might be useful. Of course you should change it according to the needs of your target group, feel free to use different case studies, to change the script of a role play, or otherwise adapt it to the local situation.

 

May I translate the materials?

IFHHRO welcomes applications for rights of translation. Please take the following rules into account:

  • © IFHHRO and IFHHRO logo on the cover page
  • Name(s) of author(s) on the cover page
  • Name of translator on the cover page under authors
  • The same layout as the original version
  • A copy of the translated material should be sent to IFHHRO. All translations will be published on this IFHHRO website.

Users feedback

Very helpful for young trainers

The training manual is very helpful for young trainers. Planning a training session becomes an easy task through it, and the content is very rich and well structured .
We used some activities for the first time in a 3 days training  ..... read more

Sana Sboui and Mayssa Rekhis - Tunesia  - Apr 2012
 

Very useful

One Big family, Health as a Human Right, Domestic Vioelence and Everyday stories are the most useful session plans for me.  The first two are useful because Right to Health is a relatively new concept in my country.  The latter ..... read more

unknown - Asia - Sep 2011
 

practical materials

Thank you very much for the very information and practical materials available. Was introduced tot he site through the ESCR-net group in regards to the training.

I am from the Pacific and will try with all effort to get some supp ..... read more

Vani Dulaki - Fiji - Sep 2011