NLAAD recognizes the Office of Minority Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, all local, regional and statewide partners for their leadership and support in implementing the mission & vision of NLAAD in 2011.
NLAAD represents a call to action for Hispanics/Latinos to protect their lives and the lives of those they love by getting tested and learning about HIV.
Information about NLAAD
is available at http://nlaad.
Information regarding NLAAD
is available at http:// nlaad.
Additional information about NLAAD
, including local events being held in recognition of National Latino AIDS Awareness Day, is available at http://www.
Observed on Wednesday, October 15, 2008, the sixth-annual NLAAD is a national day of awareness and prevention against HIV/AIDS in the Latino community.
To kick-off NLAAD 2008, the Latino Commission on AIDS held a press conference on October 9 in New York, where Miss Universe, Dayana Mendoza, took an OraQuick ADVANCE[R] test to demonstrate her commitment to fighting HIV/AIDS.
Virgin Islands are actively participating in NLAAD
2007 by forging partnerships with like-minded organizations and hosting community events to encourage people to seek HIV testing and counseling.