This curriculum is the culmination of 20 years of facilitating workshops in Florida, Kentucky and Texas with Hispanic rural Immigrants. It contains 10 interactive teaching activities to animate participants to adapt positive health actions to increase HIV prevention these interactive..
This two-page fact sheet offers a snapshot of the Hispanic Immigrant community's greatest concerns about women and correlating risk factors to HIV/AIDS. Community-driven recommendations are included...
Lay-health worker programs provide women with trusting, relevant and intimate support within their neighborhoods. As peers, lay-health workers can address cultural factors, which correlate with women’s health issues...
Let's Talk About It is a women's magazine written by HIV positive peer advocates, for their peers. Their testimonial stories, creative and inspiring writing and fun personal messages are intended to inspire HIV positive women to feel good about themselves, dedicate themselves to their health and enc..
This magazine, which is part of a series created by the youth of Project Claridad (an HIV prevention lay-health worker program), provides facts, resources, art work and original fotonovelas addressing HIV. The magazine shares personal stories and the teens point of view, along with artwork, discussi..
This magazine, which is part of a series created by the youth of Project Claridad (an HIV prevention lay-health worker program), provides facts, resources, art work and original fotonovelas addressing relationship violence and STDs. The magazine shares personal stories and the teens point of view, a..
From the magazine series by the youth of Project Claridad (an HIV prevention lay-health worker program), this issue focuses on providing help and facts on relationship violence as well as information about sex and STDs. Information is offered on rape, types of violence, warning signs of abuse, safe..
Un cruel despertar/Rude Awakening: This fotonovela discusses the importance of HIV testing and focuses on lifestyle choices of one young man who abuses alcohol. By sharing their similar experiences and the dangers of HIV, his friends are able to convince him to get tested for HIV and take control of..
To maximize Hispanic immigrant women’s utilization of health and social services, we need to truly understand the well-documented barriers encountered by the community. Immigrant women, with a broad range of concerns, continuously rely on those who they trust to offer them guidance...
A bilingual, multi-media video to broaden the discussion about the life-challenges of rural Hispanic Immigrants in the South and correlations to HIV/AIDS. Listen to the voices of the community as they articulate their challenges and offer recommendations and strategies for community well-being.The v..