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HIV and CALD communities
A directory of health promotion programs and resources
Building on AFAO’s
mapping of African
health promotion
Feedback on the African
mapping:
•‘It’s a fantastic resource for
re...
The mapping aims to
support organisations
that work with CALD
communities on HIV-
related issues
Each listing includes:
•s...
Be more informed about the 'big picture'
Get inspiration & ideas for new activities
- Inform planning
- Provide supporting evidence
Identify potential partners
Order/download resources
Induct new staff
Find contacts and services interstate
Lessons learned
 Fantastic work being done
 Community control/peer-leadership is vital
 Funding uncertainty a significa...
Recommendations
 That health promotion workers obtain and use the
resource
 That the resource be updated on a regular ba...
More info: jsergeant@afao.org.au
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HIV and CALD communities: A directory of health promotion programs and resources

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In 2015, AFAO developed a directory of health promotion programs and resources related to HIV and culturally and linguistically diverse communities. This presentation outlines how the directory was developed and can be used. This presentation was given by Jill Sergeant at AFAO's National Gay Men's HIV Health Promotion Conference in April 2016.

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HIV and CALD communities: A directory of health promotion programs and resources

  1. 1. HIV and CALD communities A directory of health promotion programs and resources
  2. 2. Building on AFAO’s mapping of African health promotion Feedback on the African mapping: •‘It’s a fantastic resource for research before starting a new project’ •‘I’d never thought of soccer as a way of engaging, but we’re now doing our own tournament.’ •‘It will help people think a bit more outside the box, especially in ways that challenge the stigma of HIV.’
  3. 3. The mapping aims to support organisations that work with CALD communities on HIV- related issues Each listing includes: •summary of activities •program rationales, aims and objectives •Information about outcomes & evaluation •links for downloads •contact details
  4. 4. Be more informed about the 'big picture'
  5. 5. Get inspiration & ideas for new activities
  6. 6. - Inform planning - Provide supporting evidence
  7. 7. Identify potential partners
  8. 8. Order/download resources
  9. 9. Induct new staff
  10. 10. Find contacts and services interstate
  11. 11. Lessons learned  Fantastic work being done  Community control/peer-leadership is vital  Funding uncertainty a significant obstacle
  12. 12. Recommendations  That health promotion workers obtain and use the resource  That the resource be updated on a regular basis  Hold a national forum on HIV and mobile populations to further build capacity of health promotion agencies and identify programs or resources that could be supported at a national level  That effective programs be assured of continued funding.
  13. 13. More info: jsergeant@afao.org.au

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