GATE eLearning Institute provides open-access courses designed to provide capacity-building training for trans, gender diverse and intersex organizations across the globe.
Our aim is to increase the capacity of trans, gender diverse and intersex organizations and activists to effectively engage in organizational development and movement building. Currently, all trainings are offered in English only.
Quick links to eLearning courses
- Grant Proposal Writing
- Safety, Security and Wellbeing for Activists
- Community Needs Assessment Training
- HIV Community-Led Monitoring
- HIV Advocacy Planning
- HIV National Strategic Plan KP Inclusion
Find out more about our eLearning courses
eLearning: HIV Advocacy Planning
Develop organizational HIV advocacy plans for trans and gender diverse communities and people living with HIV.
eLearning: Community Needs Assessment
Develop and implement a community-based assessment to identify, document and justify the needs of trans and gender diverse communities in the national HIV response.
eLearning: HIV Community-Led Monitoring
Examine and utilize community-led monitoring techniques for national trans organizations to act as watchdogs in the implementation of country level HIV responses.
eLearning: HIV National Strategic Planning for trans inclusion
Examine community-based best practices to justify and advocate for meaningful trans and gender diverse inclusion in the development of HIV National Strategic Plans.
eLearning: Safety, Security and Wellbeing for Activists
Analyze and develop a wide range of safety, security and wellbeing techniques for trans activists and organizations to implement in the development of an organizational safety, security and wellbeing plan.
eLearning: Grant Proposal Writing
Understand, gather and develop organizational materials to create effective grant proposals for funding applications. Master the different steps in developing a successful grant proposal.