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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.

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 new #NewsBytes section, we share timely articles about all things social media, ICT, digital health and HIV. Check back frequently for new posts!