UNAIDS report lists CHABAC as a good practice for ending AIDS by 2030
20 February 2019 – The Canadian HIV/AIDS Black, African and Caribbean (CHABAC) Network has been listed as a good practice model to help mobilize African, Caribbean and Black communities (ACB) in other countries to consider developing a similar regional hub model to engage ACB communities for country-level impacts funded by their national governments. READ MORE…
CHABAC’s Vision: To end the HIV/AIDS epidemic among the African, Caribbean and Black population in Canada.
CHABAC’s Mission: CHABAC works to strengthen the response to HIV/AIDS epidemics and associated stigma and discrimination among African, Caribbean and Black communities in Canada.
- Information about and access to knowledge translation and exchange activities
- Networking and information sharing with CHABAC Members from across Canada
- Active engagement in research and policy dialogue to improve the health and wellbeing of ACB communities across Canada
- Opportunity for leadership in the response to HIV in Canada’s ACB communities
Listserv: On this mailing list we invite Canadian organizations and individuals to share resources and engage in discussions about issues related to HIV and AIDS in Canada’s African, Caribbean and Black communities. Join the CHABAC listserv.
CHABAC’s Latest Resource:
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.
This is the second of two fact sheets focused on the HIV Engagement Cascade. The purpose of this fact sheet is to provide examples of interventions in Canada focused on African, Caribbean and Black communities, all along the different parts of the Cascade
African, Caribbean and Black Canadian HIV/AIDS Awareness Day:
On February 7th, 2015, the Canadian HIV/AIDS Black, African and Caribbean Network (CHABAC) and its partners led the first annual African, Caribbean and Black Canadian HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.
The African, Caribbean and Black Canadian HIV/AIDS Awareness Day helps raise awareness of HIV, promote HIV prevention and contribute to addressing HIV-related stigma in Canada’s African, Caribbean and Black communities
For more information about this year’s African, Caribbean and Black Canadian HIV/AIDS Awareness Day or to find out how you can get involved this February 7th please visit www.blackhivday.ca.