RNMU in collaboration with National Council of Nurses and Midwives organized a training of directors from Health Centers in Kigali in order to empower them in task shifting of HIV management and provide them with skills in PMTC B+ and pediatric HIV mentorship. The trainees will mentor fellow nurses and midwives who work in health centers, particularly in HVI service.

The training was staged after the Rwanda QUAD, composed of RNMU, the National Nursing and Midwifery Council, the Nursing Education Faculty and the office of the Chief Nursing in the Ministry of Health benefited a grant http://cialisfrance24.com from the African Health Profession Regional Collaborative for Nurses and Midwives (ARC), to improve nursing and midwifery professional regulation and practice in pediatric HIV/AIDS. 

The grant was used to train nurses and midwives leaders of health centers in phases. In the first phase they were trained in task shifting as most of them were not trained before in HIV management and the training took 2 weeks each week being reserved to didactic and practice training. 

The second phase that last one week saw directors from health center being trained on pediatric HIV and PMTCT B+ mentorship to give mentorship skills to be able to mentor their fellow nurses and midwives working in pediatric and PMTCT B+.