October 11, 2010
CDC Expands HIV Prevention to Black MSM, Latinos
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is expanding its Act Against AIDS Leadership Initiative (AAALI), according to a CDC statement. Launched in 2009, AAALI is a partnership between the CDC and prominent African-American organizations to fund HIV prevention efforts. The CDC is increasing AAALI funding from $10 million to $16 million over six years. It’s also broadening the partnership to include three Latino organizations and five more African-American organizations, two of which focus on black men who have sex with men (MSM).
To read the CDC statement, click here.
Search: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC, Act Against AIDS Leadership Initiative, AAALI
Scroll down to comment on this story.
Show comments (0 total)
[Go to top]