In the Spring of 2012, the Capacity For Health (C4H) Project at the Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF) began a multi-component national assessment of HIV/AIDS Service Organizations (ASOs) and HIV/AIDS-serving Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) providing HIV/AIDS services in the United States. The C4H Project is funded by the Centers for Disease Control and…
Social media can become overwhelming especially if you are new to it. Thankfully, there are some ways to help you get through the beginning stages of building your social media sites. Consider some of the strategies in this guide and look through the guide to learn more about Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.
Workshop Facilitators: HIV Program Manager Nickie Bazell & HIV Program Director Ed Tepporn
Brief list of some of the EBIs & PHS resources that we have found to be helpful in our capacity building assistance. Note that we do not financially benefit from the purchase of any of these materials.
Presented by Sarah Hamilton (FCAA), Ed Tepporn (APIAHF)
2010 California API Policy Summit April 23, 2010. Presented by Wendy Ho, Hala Masri, Santosh Seeram-Santana
The Community LEAD program engages diverse partner organizations committed to improving health care access for Alameda County’s Asian American communities.
Project CHARGE (Coalition for Health Access to Reach Greater Equity) is the first pan-Asian coalition for health care in New York City. Its 15 partner organizations work together to increase access to quality health care in the Asian American and Pacific Islander community.
This document summarizes the recommendations from the very first national convening of the Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Health Brain Trust on Data & Research held in Las Vegas, Nevada, April 14-16, 2009. There is an urgent need for more baseline data and evidence-based research on the health and healthcare issues of the NHPI population.…