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Innovating: Implementing the PLACE Method

MEASURE Evaluation has enhanced the quality and amount of information about HIV incidence by working with local governments and organizations in countries throughout the developing world to implement its innovative… 213 more words

Global Health

An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure


On April 12, 2014, a Big Island non-profit agency dedicated to stopping the spread of HIV/AIDS, hosted their 3rd Annual Big Island AIDS Walk at Lili’uokalani Gardens in Hilo. 439 more words

An unwise recommendation by the WHO.

PrEP is an HIV prevention intervention in which antiviral medications are taken to interrupt sexual transmission of the virus. It is now being recommended by the WHO for, it seems all   sexually active gay men.  1,030 more words


Should you Take PrEP?

When we first learned how to combat the HIV/AIDS epidemic of the 80’s and 90’s, safe sex was the only surefire answer to prevent HIV infection. 384 more words

LGBT Health

Evaluation of USAID Support for HIV Prevention in Mali

Evaluation of the USAID Support for HIV Prevention in Mali from 2000 to 2010

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) in Mali has been supporting the Malian government since the 1990s in its efforts to prevent HIV transmission through a variety of programs that include research and targeted interventions. 75 more words


The Butterfly Effect – Transformational art event

AIDS is an ongoing pandemic in Africa that has  lead to a massive increase in orphaned children  and a financial and health burden on the overall  African population. 422 more words

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Keswick Resident Completes Peace Corps Service in Namibia

July 9, 2014 - Samantha Law, of Keswick, Va. completed her Peace Corps service as a health volunteer in Namibia and returned home to the United States today. 528 more words