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C r e a t i n g a Fa i t h - B a s e d Re s p o n s e to  H I V /AI DS : M o b i l i z a t i o n , P l a n n i n g , a n d...
Lessons Learned This Week•   Context of the Crisis•   Impact of HIV/AIDS on African American Women•   Biblical Application...
1 in 2Page 3                  © 2010
Barriers1. Stigma2. Written Consent3. Testing Promotion (in community and health    practices)4. Leadership5.ResourcesPage...
Moving from          Information to         ImplementationPage 5                           © 2010
EmpathyPage 6          © 2010
StoryPage 7         © 2010
PersistencePage 8              © 2010
StrategicPage 9            © 2010
AdvocatePage 10           © 2010
Internal Par tners                                   Mobilization                  Implementation                  Plannin...
Mobilization• Who is your target audience?• Who can best reach your target audience?• What will motivate your target audie...
Creating an Action Plan•    Objectives/Goals•    Tasks•    ‘By When’•    Potential Partners•    Budget•    EvaluationPage ...
Objectives/Goals• Capacity• Attainable• MeasurablePage 14                   © 2010
Potential Par tners                           Community                             Clinics            Other social       ...
Potential Funding Sources• UMC Divisions (i.e. UMCOR, Mission &     Evangelism)• Centers for Disease Control• Health & Hum...
ImplementationGoal 1: Test 1,000 high school students  Step 1: Identify a 3 high schools w/ large AA  youth population  St...
Outreach: The BasicsSend home               Set up a a flyers, Voicemails, booth at abrochures,   emails    community   et...
Advanced Outreach                                        Text   Host a testing                  message/social            ...
EvaluationPage 20             © 2010
Page 21          © 2010
Find us on   @VergeConsultingKELLI KING JACKSONNational non-profit strategist,consultant and public speakerwith expertise ...
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Creating a Faith-Based Response to HIV/AIDS: Mobilization, Planning, and Implementation

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Presentation at the African-American Women and HIV/AIDS Conference sponsored by the United Methodist Committee on Relief.
March 5, 2011
Columbia, SC

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Creating a Faith-Based Response to HIV/AIDS: Mobilization, Planning, and Implementation

  1. 1. C r e a t i n g a Fa i t h - B a s e d Re s p o n s e to H I V /AI DS : M o b i l i z a t i o n , P l a n n i n g , a n d I mp l e me n t a t i o n African-American Women and HIV/AIDS Conference March 5, 2011 Kelli King-JacksonPage 1 © 2010
  2. 2. Lessons Learned This Week• Context of the Crisis• Impact of HIV/AIDS on African American Women• Biblical Application• HIV/AIDS Ministry• Testing & Counseling• Violence & the advancement of HIV/AIDS• Preventing HIV/AIDS• Living with HIV/AIDS• Model programsPage 2 © 2010
  3. 3. 1 in 2Page 3 © 2010
  4. 4. Barriers1. Stigma2. Written Consent3. Testing Promotion (in community and health practices)4. Leadership5.ResourcesPage 4 © 2010
  5. 5. Moving from Information to ImplementationPage 5 © 2010
  6. 6. EmpathyPage 6 © 2010
  7. 7. StoryPage 7 © 2010
  8. 8. PersistencePage 8 © 2010
  9. 9. StrategicPage 9 © 2010
  10. 10. AdvocatePage 10 © 2010
  11. 11. Internal Par tners Mobilization Implementation PlanningPage 11 © 2010
  12. 12. Mobilization• Who is your target audience?• Who can best reach your target audience?• What will motivate your target audience?Page 12 © 2010
  13. 13. Creating an Action Plan• Objectives/Goals• Tasks• ‘By When’• Potential Partners• Budget• EvaluationPage 13 © 2010
  14. 14. Objectives/Goals• Capacity• Attainable• MeasurablePage 14 © 2010
  15. 15. Potential Par tners Community Clinics Other social service & Strategic Health nonprofit Partners Plans agencies Federal & State Human Service DepartmentsPage 15 © 2010
  16. 16. Potential Funding Sources• UMC Divisions (i.e. UMCOR, Mission & Evangelism)• Centers for Disease Control• Health & Human Services• Private FoundationsPage 16 © 2010
  17. 17. ImplementationGoal 1: Test 1,000 high school students Step 1: Identify a 3 high schools w/ large AA youth population Step 2: Meet with high school staff Step 3: Recruit & train youth volunteers Step 3: Promote event(s)Page 17 © 2010
  18. 18. Outreach: The BasicsSend home Set up a a flyers, Voicemails, booth at abrochures, emails community etc. eventPage 18 © 2010
  19. 19. Advanced Outreach Text Host a testing message/social Support groups event media educationPage 19 © 2010
  20. 20. EvaluationPage 20 © 2010
  21. 21. Page 21 © 2010
  22. 22. Find us on @VergeConsultingKELLI KING JACKSONNational non-profit strategist,consultant and public speakerwith expertise in healthcare forchildren and youth leadership.phone(281) 725-8602emailkkj@vergeconsultinggroup.comwebvergeconsultinggroup.comPage 22 © 2010

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