KNOW HIV/AIDS Launches PSAs; New Global Fund Program Support Ads; UNIFEM E-Library on Gender Issues; U.N. HIV/AIDS Population Chart; Updated HIV Testing Fact Sheet
- "KNOW HIV/AIDS Encourages Americans To Get Tested for HIV": KNOW HIV/AIDS, a multimedia educational campaign produced by a partnership between the Kaiser Family Foundation and Viacom, has released a new series of public service announcements that encourage people in the United States to get tested for HIV (Kaiser Family Foundation release, 6/6).
- "Global Fund Seeks Grass Roots Support," Global Fund To Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria: The Global Fund is launching a new advertising campaign that aims to build grass roots support for the fund's programs, as well as increase and improve global spending on development assistance. The campaign will begin on June 13 in the United Kingdom with print and TV ads and also will appear in Italy and Germany (Global Fund release, 6/8).
- "Gender and HIV/AIDS Electronic Library," U.N. Development Fund for Women: UNIFEM, with support from UNAIDS, developed the e-library to provide current information on the gender dimensions of the HIV/AIDS pandemic, including research and studies, training resources and multimedia advocacy materials. Copies in CD-ROM format are available by e-mailing email@example.com (UNIFEM release, 6/8).
- "Population and HIV/AIDS 2005," U.N. Department of Economic and Social Affairs: The wall chart -- which presents the latest available data and information about HIV/AIDS from all regions of the world -- provided a backdrop for the 2005 U.N. General Assembly High-Level Meeting on HIV/AIDS in New York City last week. It is available from U.N. Publications by phone, 800-253-9646; fax, 212-963-3489; or e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org (U.N. release, 5/26).
- "HIV Testing in the United States," Kaiser Family Foundation: The updated fact sheet, released in advance of National HIV Testing Day on June 27, contains the latest data and state-specific information on HIV testing and reporting policies (Kaiser Family Foundation release, 6/8).