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Last week, three online trainings were held for members of the newly established Serbian Nanny Association. The trainings were held within the project “Valuing childcare and housework” which is part of a larger project “Gender Responsible Governance – Redistribution of Unpaid Care Work”, implemented by UN Women in collaboration with Coordination Body for Gender Equality, with the support of the Government of the United Kingdom and the British Embassy.

Project Cycle Management (PCM) training was held on September 7, 2020. In accordance with the current epidemiological situation related to the COVID 19 pandemic, as well as the recommended measures for protection and prevention of the spread of the disease, the training was held online via the ZOOM application. The training was attended by 11 participants. PCM training aimed to increase the knowledge and skills of association activists in project cycle management so that they can independently develop and implement projects in accordance with the mission and goal of their association. The training program included the basics of project cycle management, details on the elements and phases of the project cycle, the methodology of the logical framework, SMART methodology of project development, as well as other tools used for effective project management. The training participants showed great interest in the content of the training and actively participated through asking questions and discussion. They showed special interest in the elements of a successful project proposal and the most common weaknesses and shortcomings that can lead to a weaker evaluation of the project proposal.

Training Protection, care and nutrition of babies and children was held on September 10, 2020. via the zoom application. The training was attended by 11 participants. All participants actively participated and were especially interested in the topic of baby and child nutrition. In terms of safety and hygiene, special attention was paid to the prevention of Covid-19 and participants shared that they did not know a lot of information about the way the virus spread before training. There were a lot of questions about acting in situations of electricity and fire, and they were very interested in the part of the presentation of what is done after the flood. All participants shared a similar impression that their time had flown by and that they were looking forward to the next training. Some of the messages we received:

Thank you very much for this wonderful education. Thank you for thinking of us and for remembering that we exist.

I felt like part of a system tonight for the first time. I learned something for myself and dedicated time to myself and my progress. I don’t remember when was the last time something like this happened to me.

Training – The Basics of the First Aid for babies and children was held on September 11, 2020. for a total of 9 participants. At the beginning of the training, there were a lot of questions related to the previous training on the topic of nutrition of children and babies. Participants actively participated throughout the course. There was a lot of interest in the part about Heimlich’s procedure, the procedure during suffocation and how to do the assessment of vital signs. Attention was especially occupied with situations that can happen every day, such as sunburn, nosebleeds, fever and febrile convulsions, and what to do immediately with a person whose insect bite causes sudden swelling and anaphylactic shock.

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