For decades, CAI has worked internationally in partnership with governmental, non-governmental (NGOs), and civil society organizations in a number of countries throughout Latin America, the Caribbean, and Asia with the objective of strengthening and building local capacity to respond to their most pressing health issues, in particular HIV/AIDS. CAI International conducts our work in alliance and coordination with the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, UN agencies, USAID missions and other donors and international agencies to ensure that there is synergy and harmonization in the region and at the country level.
The success of CAI’s International programs is the result of our expertise in fostering and building upon existing knowledge with implementing-country leadership through training and technical assistance (TA). Our staff is a culturally diverse group of expert trainers, researchers, content experts, medical and behavioral health professionals, distance learning designers, and technical assistance specialists. We deliver expertise in applying adult education strategies and providing training-of-trainer (TOT) programs and TA that develop participant capacity to provide high quality services in areas such as:
- Behavioral Health
- Health Care Policy and Administration
- Implementing Evidence-based Interventions
- Monitoring and Evaluation
- Organizational Development
- Primary Care
- Reproductive Health
- Trauma and Crisis Management
- Women's Health
- Working with Vulnerable and Hard-to-Reach Populations.