Before giving a workshop, I always first ask about what they want training on and how they will use the knowledge. I try to assess their present fund knowledge on that topic, and then prepare the information. The topics may span the range of medicine, but usually include infectious diseases, reproductive health, and mental health issues.
Sometimes, the health work is aimed at developing a community’s health resources in order to help reduce people’s vulnerability to being trafficked. Community development, improving health, empowering people through education, reducing poverty all play a part in preventing people from being trafficked. Relentless is about lifting up all people and improving health.