Month: <span>May 2017</span>
ICAD is happy to announce the launch of three new case studies on its Digital Liaisons microsite . Three HIV and sexual health organizations from around the world share the lessons they have learned from using social media in their work: APCOM (Thailand) turns to the community and its influencers to encourage men to Suck. F*#ck. Test. Repeat.; Health GAP (United States) adds Whatsapp and Twitter to its activist toolkit; Youth Engage (Zimbabwe) turns to social media to mobilize young people, and politicians.
Packed with practical recommendations, examples and tools, Digital Liaisons is a showcase for innovative and strategic uses of social media and ICT in HIV work. In the … Read more →
Survey to Gather Canadian Civil Society Input into the National Commitments and Policy Instrument (NCPI): Part B The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) is currently conducting a survey to solicit feedback from Canadian civil society organizations about the status of, and response to, HIV in Canada. Your input is valuable. It will inform the development of Canada’s 2017 Global AIDS Monitoring Report to the United Nations Joint Programme on HIV and AIDS (UNAIDS), as part of Canada’s commitments stemming from the 2016 United Nations Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS: On the Fast-Track to Accelerate the Fight against HIV and to End the AIDS Epidemic by 2030 . The … Read more →
Kigali, Rwanda – Key Outcomes, Decision Points, Advocacy Opportunities, and Issues of Interest for GFAN Members from the Global Fund’s Biannual Board Meeting
The Public Health Agency of Canada will soon launch a survey to solicit feedback from Canadian civil society organizations about the status of, and response to, HIV in Canada. The survey will inform the development of Canada’s 2017 Global AIDS Monitoring Report to the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS). This webinar will highlight the significance of the Global AIDS Monitoring Report, linking it to Canada’s commitments under the 2016 United Nations Political Declaration on Ending AIDS. Civil society and community input will form an important part of Canada’s report. The webinar will provide participants with an opportunity to understand the reporting process, and to ask questions and obtain … Read more →
The Canadian HIV/AIDS Black, African, Caribbean Network (CHABAC) is pleased to announce the release of two new fact sheets focused on the HIV engagement cascade!
INFO SHEET #1: The HIV Engagement Cascade and African, Caribbean & Black Communities This is the first of two fact sheets focused on the HIV Engagement Cascade. The purpose of this fact sheet is to provide an introduction to the Cascade and its components, how it relates to the UNAIDS 90-90-90 Goal, and some key principles in addressing the gaps in the Cascade.
INFO SHEET #2: Interventions Along the HIV Engagement Cascade for African, Caribbean & Black Communities
This is the second of two fact … Read more →