In May, June and July 2021, NAPWHA are inviting community members to our ‘Community Conversations’, which is part of larger project called the Health Literacy Framework Project.
This project aims to better understand the experiences and needs of all people living with HIV. This includes creating conversations with Asian men and latinx community members living with HIV who were born overseas.
The aim is to understand how NAPWHA, as a community-based organisation, can better support and represent this community.
Through this ‘Community Conversation’, NAPWHA wants to hear your voice. We want to discuss with you how we can take action to improve our understanding of your HIV-related health needs. We also want to know how we could better support and represent you.
‘Community Conversations’ are held online via video call and moderated and facilitated by Community Advocates, who are HIV peers, Jimmy Yu-Hsiang Chen and Oscar Cortes.
It is important to note that ‘Community Conversations’ is not a support group or peer support.