Act Against Aids Campaign
Technical Assistance and Resources
Webinar: Digital Communications and Social Media
Community Voices hosted a webinar focused on digital communications and social media for the NUL PACT Affiliates. A Recording of the 90 minute webinar including details on communications plan design, social media, how to develop a Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook are included as well as a discussion of how to pull metrics for easy reporting. The webinar can be viewed in the window below.
Social Media Presence
Each project site is requested to have a Twitter, Facebook and Instagram page which highlights testing and educational opportunities. Social media and metrics should be reported monthly to the NUL Headquarters.
CDC Avaliable Resources
All CDC materials are avaliable through the NUL Health and Quality of Life Division and the CDC Directly
Act Against AIDS is launching Doing It My Way, a micro-campaign that makes HIV testing personable and relatable by highlighting how and why people make testing part of their lives—on their terms and in their way. We want to hear personal testaments of why testing is important, what motivates people to get tested and stay healthy, and how people get tested—be it at home, at the clinic, or with the company of a friend or loved one. We’re encouraging everyone to share their stories using the hashtag: #DoingItMyWay.
Campaign resources can be found here: DOING IT TESTING CAMPAIGN
HIV Facts and Stats
The Let’s Stop HIV Together campaign raises awareness that we all have a role to play in stopping HIV stigma. When we support people living with HIV, we make it easier for them to live healthy lives.
Facts and materials on HIV Stigma and education can be found here: