The Africans For Improved Access program is hiring. Submit a cover letter and resume to email@example.com. Deadline is Monday, June 6th.
Posted by Rachel Jescola on Fri, 29 Apr 2016
The MAC – Africans For Improved Access (AFIA) Program is hiring for a Program Coordinator to mobilize the Sub-Saharan African community in Massachusetts and provide effective HIV prevention, screening and referral services.
Posted by Rachel Jescola on Sun, 6 Sep 2015
The purpose of National African Immigrant and Refugee HIV and Hepatitis Awareness (NAIRHHA) Day is to bring national and local attention to the HIV and viral Hepatitis needs of African immigrants living in the U.S. in a culturally and linguistically appropriate manner. The creation of a national awareness day will also support the eradication of other epidemics fueling or related to HIV disparities among African immigrants, including Tuberculosis, Substance Use and Mental Health.
On Sept. 9th we want to have a big impact on social media; hence we are hosting a thunderclap, which is an online tool that allows you and others to share the same message on the same day and time across Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr. Think of it as an online flash mob. This is an extremely effective way to recognize as NAIRHHA Day!
Posted by Rachel Jescola on Wed, 2 Sep 2015
On June 13th from 2pm to 7pm, there will be a Celebration of Black Pride at Slades Bar & Grill featuring free food and entertainment and hosted by Lakia Mondale. For more information, please contact Catrina Cooley at 617-238-2475 or Amir Dixon at 617-238-2424. Click on read more to view the flyer.
Posted by Rachel Jescola on Fri, 5 Jun 2015
Mark your calendars soccer fans!!! The 6th Annual African Health Cup is around the corner. It is happening on Saturday, July 11th at the Cawley Stadium in Lowell, Massachusetts. If you are interested in being a sponsor, vendor, volunteer, or want to register your community team, please contact us at 617-642-3429 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by Rachel Jescola on Wed, 13 May 2015
This three-part webinar series is for physicians, nurses, physician assistants, social workers, case managers, and clinic administrators who work in various health care settings and who wish to enhance their knowledge and competencies in providing effective culturally and linguistically competent HIV and Hepatitis B prevention, screening and clinical care to African immigrants.
Click here for more info.
Posted by Rachel Jescola on Mon, 4 May 2015