Hand in hand: Partnering with spiritual leaders in preventing HIV transmissions and eliminating stigma in migrant and refugee communities

by | May 4, 2016 | BBVs/STIs, Community members, Knowledge Hub Audience, Multilingual resources, Service providers, Sexual Health

HandinHand-religiousleadersguideEstablish stronger partnerships between service providers and faith-based institutions in addressing HIV risks and stigma in high prevalence migrant and refugee communities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

English: Download the .pdf Hand in Hand: partnering with spiritual leaders- English

Amharic: Download the .pdf Hand in Hand: partnering with spiritual leaders- Amharic

Arabic: Download the .pdf Hand in Hand: partnering with spiritual leaders- Arabic

Chinese (simplified): Download the .pdf Hand in Hand: partnering with spiritual leaders- Simplified Chinese

Vietnamese: Download the .pdf Hand in Hand: partnering with spiritual leaders- Vietnamese

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