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Although with recent medical breakthroughs HIV/AIDS has become more manageable, HIV/AIDS is still a major health concern in the Black community not only in the United States, but around the world. The purpose of the HIV/AIDS Project is to keep the public, specifically the African-American community aware that HIV/AIDS has not gone away and there still needs to be education about the disease until a cure is found. The Brothers in the Second District will distribute pamphlets and brochures about the disease. The Brothers will also create and establish partnerships with local health care providers to set up screening/testing opportunities for the community. The goal is to have the Brothers of the Second District test 500 people in the community.
The cost to the Second District is zero.
SERVICED POPULATION: Men and women
COMMUNITY ISSUE ADDRESSED: HIV/AIDS
COMMUNITY IMPACT: Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania