The National Council of Urban Indian Health (NCUIH) is hosting our summer event for the “Coral Council: Allies in Eliminating HIV/AIDS in Indian Country”! Coral embodies strength, protection and resilience that reflects the Coral Council’s collective strength. Urban Indian Organization (UIO) members of the Coral Council you will have the opportunity to spotlight the amazing work they do in preventing the spread of HIV/AIDS, educating their unique communities, and reducing stigma. This space empowers practitioners and advocates to work together in sharing tools and enhancing their skills. Urban experts will share their stories, accomplishments and innovative ideas as we work together to eliminate HIV/AIDS.
To review and celebrate UIO accomplishments in the journey to eliminate HIV/AIDS in Indian Country.
- Celebrating the UIO HIV/AIDS Accomplishments
- Sharing best practices, campaigns, strategies with peer UIOs on HIV/AIDS education, prevention,
treatment, and stigma reduction.
Divya Nanduri, Technical Assistance Manager-HIV, NCUIH
|12:02 pm||About NCUIH; Housekeeping, Agenda Overview|
|12:05 pm||Opening Remarks to The Coral Council|
|12:10 pm||UIO Accomplishments 2022|
|12:30 pm||Peer to Peer Discussion Forum|
UIO ED/CEOs, UIO Staff
This event is made possible by the Minority HIV/AIDS Fund through the Indian Health Service