The Diversity Project Working Group provides guidance, direction and support on THN diversity-related activities focused on enhancing the capacity of HIV/AIDS-specific programs and services to serve more diverse communities across Toronto.
Opening Doors is a forum designed to strengthen HIV/AIDS counselling and support services by bringing together a diverse range of HIV-related support workers and people living with HIV/AIDS (PHAs), volunteers, and community members to support and learn from one another.
The world is at a tipping point in stopping HIV. We have the knowledge and tools we need to prevent new infections and improve care. More than 90 cities around the world have joined the UNAIDS call to become Fast Track Cities. THN is providing key leadership in Toronto’s efforts to join this global initiative.
THN with its partners, advisors and topic experts, has developed and offers a series of HIV core training modules for volunteers in HIV programs and services organizations in Toronto towards building a coordinated and inclusive volunteer training curriculum for the HIV/AIDS sector that would address both agency and capacity building needs of people living with HIV/AIDS (PHAs).
The THN appreciates the support of its funder, the AIDS Bureau, Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC); the support of the Toronto People With AIDS Foundation which houses THN and is its trustee; and the leadership and in-kind contributions of the participating individuals and organizations.
THN is housed at the Toronto People With AIDS Foundation (PWA)
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