The Howard University
HIV Prevention Project (H2P)
The Howard University HIV Prevention Program (H2P) focused on addressing HIV prevention among students currently enrolled on the campus of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
The project trained campus health service providers on PrEP and effective HIV testing and counseling approaches. Simultaneously, the project conducted a social marketing campaign targeting students to raise their awareness of the HIV threat and how to reduce their personal risk of infection.
This was accomplished via enhancing participants’ skills and knowledge on ways to protect themselves from contracting HIV via behavioral and biomedically approved approaches such as PrEP.
This Project was funded by a grant from Gilead Sciences, Inc.
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|Available Campus Posters|
|"You Don't Look Like You Have HIV"|
|“Going to College to Get a Degree, Should Not Include HIV” African American|
|“Going to College to Get a Degree, Should Not Include HIV” Latino|