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Pacific Communities in Action - The Pacific Project


Guahan Project: Pacific Resource and Training CenterSince 2002, the Office of Minority Health Resource Center (OMHRC) Capacity Building Division has been working with local, regional and federal partners to implement a Jurisdictional initiative aimed at increasing the organizational capacity of HIV prevention and treatment services including Tuberculosis/Sexually Transmitted Diseases (TB/STDs) co-infections within the United States Pacific Island Jurisdictions (PIJ).

The OMH Pacific Island Jurisdiction Initiative of Great Need was funded through the Minority AIDS Initiative, with two years of funding, to establish and support community based organizations and group, establish a Pacific Resource and Training Center, introduce health information and social marketing campaign activities, d evelop and disseminate new health materials, strengthen collaboration and coordination of HIV/STDs/TB activities in the Region, and sponsor a Pacific regional assessment.

This initiative focuses on building the ability of organizations and community leaders to partner with their local and regional health departments to strategically address HIV/AIDS/TB/STDs throughout the Pacific.

Last Modified: 07/03/2008 07:11:00 AM
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