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Using the Strategy
What You Can Do
Implementing the National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS) does not fall to the Federal Government alone. The release of the NHAS is just beginning. Success will require the commitment of all parts of society, including state, local and tribal governments, businesses, faith communities, philanthropy, the scientific and medical communities, educational institutions, people living with HIV, and others.
Read the Strategy and Make a Plan
Read the Strategy (PDF 2.17MB).
Use the Community Action Plan Framework Template (84 KB), a fillable template to help you plan and implement actions to achieve the Strategy’s goals.
Supporting the Strategy
- Discuss what your agency or organization can do in new or different ways to better serve your constituents and align your efforts with the Strategy.
- Participate in state and local discussions about how HIV prevention, care and treatment efforts can be fine-tuned to better serve vulnerable populations and contribute to realizing the Strategy's goals.
- Engage new partners in HIV prevention, care, treatment and stigma-reduction efforts to strengthen our collective and reach more people.
- Tell us on Twitter how you’re implementing the Strategy, using #NHAS2020. You can find us @AIDSgov.
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Last revised: 08/16/2016