Font Size: Smaller | Larger Communities, Alliances & Networks In the spirit of CAAN’s vision of putting an emphasis on the teaching of Kinship, CAAN – Communities, Alliances & Networks will wrap up Indigenous AIDs Awareness Week with words from our fellow Indigenous service providers across Turtle Island. Virtual Event via Zoom – link coming soon! 10AM-12PM [PST] | 11AM-1PM [MST] | 12-2PM [CST] 1-3PM [EST]| 2-4PM [AST] | 2:30-4:30PM [NST] Related Pages & Links
CAAN is committed to respecting the principles of GIPA, the Greater Involvement of People Living with HIV/AIDS, and MIPA/MEPA, the Meaning Involvement/Engagement of People Living with HIV/AIDS, and this is reflected in the overall program development, implementation, and evaluation processes.
CAAN research teams are necessarily collaborative and reciprocal in nature. By bringing together people with diverse experiences and expertise, we address the issues that are most important to Indigenous Peoples living with HIV, hepatitis C and other STBBI in order to support them in living healthy and wholistic lives.
CAAN continues to support World AIDS Day on December 1st of each year and launches a week-long national public awareness campaign across the land called Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Week (AAAW).