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Project Partners: Alianza de Mujeres Activas, Migrant Education of Putnam County, Family Medical & Dental Clinics, Redlands Christian Migrant Association, Ocala Farm Ministry, Mahogany Revue, FL-DOH HIV Bureau of HIV/AIDS Minority AIDS Coordinator - Area 3/13

Entre nosotras

The Materials | The Guides

The Entre Nosotras materials

Entre Nosotras focuses on HIV risk. These RWHP materials directly address the risk of married women.

HIV/AIDS

 

A Light at the Store / Una Luz en la Tienda

In this a HIV-STD novela, Lydia contemplates condom use when she realizes her husband might be bringing home more than a paycheck.

 

The storyline utilizes the transtheoretical model.

 

 

Married Women Can Get HIV Too!/ Mujeres Casadas También Pueden ¡Contrar VIH!

This HIV prevention fotonovela addresses the fact that a women’s commitment to her husband does not mean forgoing the commitment to protect herself.

 

The storyline utilized the transtheoretical model.

 

 

Reality/ La Realidad

In this novela, Maria faces the reality that her husband’s cheating puts her at risk for HIV/AIDS.

 

The storyline utilizes the transtheoretical model.

 

 

 

Married Women Can Get HIV Too!/ Mujeres Casadas También Pueden ¡Contrar VIH!

This HIV prevention fotonovela addresses the fact that a women’s commitment to her husband does not mean forgoing the commitment to protect herself.

 

The storyline utilized the transtheoretical model.

 

 

Family Planning

Pongámonos de acuerdo: A Spanish-language family planning magazine

This lower literacy magazine, developed with lay-health workers is bright and image-filled. The 8-page magazine addresses many issues dealing with family planning including family size and birth control options. The large centerfold presents birth control methods in an easy to read chart. Additional sections include: a youth corner, from man-to-man and menopause. The magazine includes a fotonovela clearly explains what to expect at your family planning appointment.

 

Spanish language.

 

 

Mental Health

Entre Nosotras

 

Sixty-eight percent of migrant and seasonal farmworkers suffer from depression, sadness or isolation.  Una vida abundante, a mental health booklet, produced as part of the Entre Nosotras program is intended to encourage small actions towards supporting individual emotional health. The quotes, images and suggestions are all driven by community women.

 

 

 

 

 

White Paper

 

Entre Nosotras: Mexican Immigrant Women in Rural Florida Advancing the
Prevention of HIV/AIDS.

Anecdotes from the Entre Nosotras Project White paper | March 25, 2010

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