5 digital tools to share the updated National HIV/AIDS Strategy
In 2010, President Obama launched the first National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS) - a 5-year road map that has mobilized a collective response to HIV in the United States. On July 30, the White House Office of National AIDS Policy (ONAP) will release the next 5-year update to the Strategy.
Since the original release, more Americans have adopted digital and social media tools, creating greater opportunities to engage the public to provide input and share the updated Strategy.Here are 5 digital tools to help you get involved and learn more about the National HIV/AIDS Strategy: Updated to 2020.
1. Event live stream: Save the Date! The updated Strategy will be released on July 30 in Atlanta and the full day’s proceedings will be live streamed on HIV.gov from 10:00 am to 4:30 pm EDT. We encourage you to watch the overview of the key elements of the updated Strategy that will be broadcast during the late morning. Stay tuned for more information and consider hosting your own viewing event.
2. Videos: Share these new videos about the Strategy.
National HIV/AIDS Strategy Updated to 2020: Coming July 30
White House's Douglas Brooks Discusses the National HIV/AIDS Strategy: Updated to 2020
3. Social media platforms: Join the conversation, share your thoughts and invite other members of your community to get engaged with the updated Strategy through social media. We will provide continuous updates on FacebookExit Disclaimer, TwitterExit Disclaimer and InstagramExit Disclaimer. Join the conversation with #NHAS2020Exit Disclaimer and #HIV2020Exit Disclaimer.
4. Website: The HIV.gov website will provide updated content that you can integrate into your organization’s existing materials.
5. Blog: Leading up to the release on July 30, we will continue to share updates and new materials. Read, share and encourage others to subscribe to the HIV.gov blog.
Stay tuned for more blogs, videos, and other updates as we lead up to the July 30 release of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy: Updated to 2020 from HIV.gov and others!