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Building on What Works: U.S. HIV/AIDS Programs Forge Haiti Earthquake Response

Ambassador Eric Goosby

When the tragic earthquake hit Haiti nearly one year ago, the United States government was able to immediately respond thanks in part to the existing health infrastructure. This infrastructure was in place from our years of working with the Haitian government to address Haiti's HIV/AIDS epidemic. Since 2004, the U.S. has been a strong supporter…

Federal HIV/AIDS Web Council: Grateful Collaboration

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FHAWC members at the 2011 annual meeting in Washington, DC.

Co-authored by: Deb LeBel, AIDS.gov Partnerships Specialist, and Cathy Thomas, AIDS.gov Technical Director As we start the New Year, we're launching a series about new media planning. In upcoming weeks we'll be hearing from our community and Federal colleagues about steps they are taking to implement a new media strategy. At AIDS.gov we use new…

Implementing the National HIV/AIDS Strategy at the State and Local Level

Mario Perez and Marlene McNeese-Ward

Last month, we attended the 2010 HIV Prevention Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C. This year’s Summit offered an opportunity to discuss innovative strategies and share lessons learned for enhancing HIV prevention programs. Participants included grantees funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), state and local health departments, community planning group (CPG) members,…

A Year of Saving Lives Through Smart Investments

Baby wrapped in blanket with red ribbons

From the day it was first announced nearly eight years ago until today, the story of PEPFAR — the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief — has been one that demonstrates the generosity of the American people in the fight against AIDS. The year 2010 provided many reasons for hope about the future of the…

Which of our Blog Posts and Videos Do YOU View? Looking Back at 2010

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2010

As the AIDS.gov blog's fourth year begins, we at AIDS.gov are taking time to reflect on 2010 and look to the year ahead. As we continue to integrate monitoring and evaluation into our work, we thought that the New Year provided a nice benchmark to look more closely at our blog. For us, the blog…