In recognition of its diverse and dynamic membership, ICAD introduced its new Travel Subsidy Program in 2015. This program provides financial support for ICAD members to attend skills-building events and is meant to offer Coalition members opportunities to develop skills in their specific HIV-related field. For the 2015-16 year, ICAD was pleased to provide subsidies for members to attend two events: CATIE Forum 2015 and the Canadian Conference on Global Health (CCGH 2015). Subsidy recipients were asked to provide de-briefings to ICAD members. Their reports and blogs are below:
Individuals claiming to work for "ICAD Kenya" have allegedly been attempting to raise funds in Kenya. They have also used Facebook to create an appearance of being affiliated with us. ICAD has no offices anywhere in developing countries, nor do we raise funds from individuals or NGOs in any developing country.
Please advise us if you see any suspicious or fraudulent fundraising activities being conducted under our name: firstname.lastname@example.org.
ICAD Annual Report 2014-2015
As we get ready to say good-bye to 2015 and welcome in 2016, we have taken a moment to reflect on the tremendous work, the exciting partnerships, and the new initiatives undertaken together as a Coalition over the 2014-2015 year. As you move through our story, click anywhere on the screen to bring the images closer, or to move them into the background.
Developed by CHABAC, the purpose of this factsheet is to shed light on community mobilization as a way to effectively raise awareness, improve prevention, reduce stigma and address HIV and AIDS amongst African, Caribbean and Black (ACB) communities in Canada.
Request for Proposals: Consultant - Lessons Learned Resource on the Use of Social Media/Mobile Technology in HIV Prevention, Treatment Care and Support
ICAD is a coalition of over 100 Canadian organizations and individuals that provides leadership in the response of Canadian international development organizations and Canadian HIV/AIDS organizations to reduce the impact of the HIV and AIDS epidemic at home and abroad. Founded in 1989, the Coalition is made up of Canadian AIDS service organizations (ASOs), international development non-governmental organizations (INGOs), faith-based organizations (FBOs), trade unions, educational institutions, academics, researchers and consultants from across the country.
ICAD helps Canadians contribute to the international HIV/AIDS response and ensures that the lessons learned from efforts at the global level are utilized by Canadian organizations to improve prevention, treatment, care and support work in Canada.
Through funding support provided by the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), the Coalition is interested in producing a bilingual resource(s) to promote knowledge building and knowledge sharing within and across ICAD membership and the broader public. The focus of the resource will be to showcase valuable and practical lessons learned on the use of social media and mobile technology in the effective prevention, treatment, care and support of HIV and HIV-related confection's across diverse settings and population groups in Canada and abroad. The anticipated launch date for the lessons learned resource is December 2016.
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