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CDC selects FHI 360 for three HIV prevention communications projects

November 28, 2016 —

FHI 360 has been selected to implement three awards from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to support the dissemination of HIV prevention information to the American public. The awards are for the following:

  • Act Against AIDS, which provides overall communications support for all of the Act Against AIDS consumer campaigns
  • Let’s Stop HIV Together, a national campaign that raises awareness about HIV and its impact on all Americans and fights stigma by showing that people with HIV are “real people” — family members, friends, partners and coworkers
  • Start Talking. Stop HIV., a campaign that promotes communication and conversations about how to prevent HIV among gay and bisexual men 

“FHI 360 is honored to have been chosen to advance CDC’s work in HIV prevention communications,” said Todd Phillips, Director of Social Marketing and Communication at FHI 360. “Robust communications interventions are at the forefront of addressing HIV prevention here in the United States and abroad. These three awards are an integral part of reaching the communities in the United States most affected by HIV.”

Educating diverse audiences about the exciting new advancements in HIV prevention and treatment requires a new way of communicating about HIV and AIDS. FHI 360 is leading the way in creating and implementing inspiring social marketing and communication campaigns that change HIV prevention behaviors.