The Howard University
MSI-HIV/HCV Prevention Program (MSI-H2P)
The Howard University MSI HIV/HCV Prevention Program (MSI-H2P) is focused on addressing HIV and Hepatitis C (HCV) prevention among students currently enrolled on the campus of Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs)
The project trains campus health service providers on PrEP and effective HIV and HCV testing and counseling approaches. Simultaneously, the project conducts a social marketing campaign targeting students to raise their awareness of the HIV threat and how to reduce their personal risk of infection.
This is accomplished via enhancing participants’ skills and knowledge on ways to protect themselves from contracting HIV and HCV via behavioral and biomedically approved approaches such as PrEP.
This Project is funded by a grant from Gilead Sciences, Inc. | Read more about this project and our partners...
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New Learning Opportunity
GLAAD Presents the HIV Stigma and Faith Summit. Wednesday, 02/24 – Friday, 02/26
Join GLAAD with the Gilead COMPASS Initiative, Emory University Rollins School of Public Health, University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, Southern AIDS Coalition, and Wake Forest University School of Divinity for this three-day summit to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the Southern region of the United States. The summit will feature free daily panels with guest speakers, journalists, HIV experts, faith leaders and community advocates. Additionally, GLAAD Media Institute (GMI) will host free daily media trainings. Register for the summit now to receive all the latest updates.
Free 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|