Monthly Archives: May 2010
May 11th, 2010 at 4:25 pm » Comments (0)
The report includes an interview with RWHP (Rural Women’s Health Project) staff about World AIDS Day activities and perspectives from the project’s lay-health worker’s outreach education to increase awareness about HIV and AIDS.
WUFT FM 89.1 NPR affiliate in Gainesville, Florida / Journalist: Lynsey Saunders / Released December 1, 2009more »
May 11th, 2010 at 4:24 pm » Comments (1)Read an article about the Rural Women’s Health Project community based approach to AIV awareness in the Well Florida Council newsletter.
May 11th, 2010 at 4:12 pm » Comments (0)
Read about “The Gift of a Lifetime”, a fotonovela created by the Rural Women’s Health Project that addresses sexually transmitted infections.more »
May 5th, 2010 at 8:49 am » Comments (0)
For Migrants, New Law Is Just Another Challenge
NOGALES, Mexico — Despite its intent to “discourage and deter” unlawful entry to the United States, Arizona’s tough new immigration law is not what prevented Verónica from sneaking into the state without papers. After all, she had already endured a harrowing train ride, escaped dangerous drug traffickers and eluded Mexican authorities who were after the money she had stuffed in her underwear…
Read the full article in the New York Times:more »
May 5th, 2010 at 8:46 am » Comments (0)
SOUTHERN STATES MANIFESTO: UPDATE 2008
HIV/AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Diseases in the South
July 21, 2008
Photos ✺ Fotos
Our Mission ✺ Nuestra MisiónTo promote dynamic communication between organizations and Hispanic immigrant communities on the topic of HIV/AIDS and interrelated issues. ——————– Promover comunicación dinámica entre organizaciones y las comunidades inmigrantes hispanas sobre el tema de VIH/SIDA y otras temas relacionados.
VIA Trends ✺ Tendencias Claves
VIA TREND #8
One in three Hispanic Immigrants surveyed by VIA in 2010 state that substance use is the leading concern they have for Hispanic Youth.
- Source: VIA 2011
VOICES ✺ VOCES
As a result of their emotional and economic situation, many look for refuge in alcohol [and other substances]. 34 year old Venezuelan woman, TN.
Debido a su situación emocional y económica, mucha buscan refugio en alcohol [u otros sustancias]. Mujer Venezuelana de 34 años, Tennessee.
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