Saskatchewan Indigenous Strategy on HIV and AIDS

Excitement is building for the development and implementation of the Indigenous strategy in Saskatchewan.  As the rates of HIV and AIDS within this province continue to rise, it is important that targeted culturally appropriate messaging, and programs and services be developed and overseen by a provincial council to ensure that the needs of the Aboriginal communities are being met.

The first face to face meeting was held in Saskatchewan at the National Exhibition on March 22 – 23rd to begin planning and shaping the framework for the strategy.  The Saskatchewan Indigenous Council on HIV and AIDS, (SICHA) worked diligently to shape the framework, please check back to see the updates as they occur.

Filed Under: Spring 2014 Newsletter

About the Author: Brought to you by the Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network (CAAN).

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