The purpose of the Vocational Training Team exchange is to facilitate care advancement, networking and training opportunities for medical personal working specifically with HIV+ clients. 

Australian VTT
The team from Australia will go to Uganda in June 2017. Dr Debbie Allen (Central Coast District Medical Director of HIV and Related Programs) and Michael Williamson (Sexual Health Clinical Nurse Specialist) are from the Holden Street Clinic in Gosford.
The team will visit several projects our club supports in Uganda including Alive Medical Services (AMS) in Kampala. AMS serves 16,000 HIV+ clients. Dr Debbie and Michael will be able to witness activities in a high volume sexual health clinic and offer advice and support as well as learn from the team at AMS.
[Photo: Dr Debbie and Michael with Sue O'Neill, Rotary Woy Woy Team Leader]
Ugandan VTT
We are organising to bring this Ugandan team to Australia in 2017: David Mpagi - Team Leader, Monitoring and Evaluation, Saudah Kiganda - Team Leader, Laboratory, Julian Kalemera - Counselling and Dr Peter Kungu - representing Clinical Services.
The Ugandan VTT team will participate in leadership training, capacity building and PR training in Australia. They will spend time at the Central Coast sexual health clinic and work with Australia professionals to understand diagnosis, counselling and treatment methods in Australia. While in Australia, the team will be guests of the Rotary Woy Woy.