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 for medical students, active in the students' association, and the second time in one day training for non health related students interested in human rights and health. 


The framework gives the basics we have to know and transmit to the trainees, and the examples makes it very concrete and its adaptation in case studies (the adaptation for Africa) makes it really easier, and lighter, we used it for the 2nd training.  "One Big family " was useful in introducing the issue in a participative and funny way, and underlining the relation between health issues and different human rights. Also "the Dual loyalty "concept  is very well explained, and insures a better understanding of the role of health workers in health human rights issues, practicing this activity with medical students was very interesting because they were aware about the challenges they will face in their daily work. . The activity ''every day stories about sexual and reproductive health " is very interactive and participants like it! 


Finally  we would like to deeply thank the IFHHRO trainers for  "Would've, Could've, should've" activity. We find that it is a very  important one, because it shows in a clearer view , all what is interfering  with health rights facts, identify those who are able to take action, and where could this be and that's the aim of the training in some way.

Sana Sboui and Mayssa Rekhis - Tunesia  - Apr 2012