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HIV/AIDS Guide to Action Network


  The Network

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  Welcome!
Introducing TakingITGlobal's official HIV/AIDS Youth Guide to Action! This comprehensive guide contains inspiring stories and useful resources for youth; all the necessary tools to help carry out your project, raise awareness, and help stop the spread of HIV/AIDS. Download your own copy of the guide by clicking on the link to the right.



  Discussion Board
Become involved in this year's International AIDS Conference in Mexico
Posted by Kirsten on 02:19 PM
HIV/AIDS AND THE NEXT GENERATION
Posted by Ibukun on 02:28 PM
[Poll] Media, Goverment, Youth, and then Us.
Posted by katie on 09:29 PM
[Poll] Youth Awareness
Posted by katie on 09:19 PM
Power of Unity
Posted by MASIKO JAMES on 05:54 AM


  Testimonials
Dec 1st, 2009 - 12:15:17 | Posted by Gael SORO
Dear GYCAers, Today is 1st December 2009, 22nd World Day of AIDS, me think that you will say yourself certainly (excuse I if such is not the case) that people made too face to face of this... (read more)
Jun 18th, 2009 - 15:14:58 | Posted by Gael SORO
Currently , the national day of voluntary screening of HIV/AIDS began on Wednesday from 17 until 20 June , all youth organizations and networks are all determined to educate their friends and... (read more)
Jun 12th, 2009 - 08:07:42 | Posted by Gael SORO
The Ministry of the Fight against AIDS organizes in collaboration the Ministry of Health and the Health service of the state of Ivory Coast and the international partners, NGO) and the community... (read more)
Feb 17th, 2008 - 08:50:39 | Posted by ngala2000
Education and more education is the only way out.School children need education,for stigma is still a major problem more so to those in the rural area.Let us take our campaigns to the rural areas... (read more)
Feb 15th, 2008 - 11:52:58 | Posted by ngala2000
Education and more education is the only way out.School children need education,for stigma is still a major problem more so to those in the rural area.Let us take our campaigns to the rural areas... (read more)


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French(PDF, 4MB)


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TYF/YP Coordinating Taskforce- Pre-Conference