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Annual Peace Corps HIV Calendar

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Be part of the annual Peace Corps HIV Calendar: We’re looking for YOUR photos. If you are or were a Volunteer, we want to see your HIV/AIDS project photos. You never know, they could be in our 2016 HIV calendar. 

PEACE CORPS HIV CALENDAR ANNOUNCEMENT:

South AfricaAre you a PCV or RPCV who worked on HIV/AIDS projects during your service? Do you have some captivating photos you would like to share? We would love to hear from you!

We are putting a call out for photos from Volunteers and RPCVs with photos of their work on HIV/ AIDS projects to be used by our office and in the annual Peace Corps HIV Calendar. The annual Peace Corps HIV Calendar is sent to all Volunteers and staff around the world and highlights the amazing work you all do in curbing the epidemic.

GambiaThis year we are specifically looking for photos that fit the PEPFAR 3.0 approach of the ‘Right Things,’ ‘Right Places,’ ‘Right Now.’ What does this mean?  This simply means we’re looking for photos of you and your community working with target populations such as youth, people living with HIV, adolescents and young women and young mothers. We’re looking for photos of you working in your community, at camps, campaigns and other HIV projects.

Please upload your photos to the Peace Corps Media Library under ‘Submit.’ In the Media Description box, please include your caption along with the text ‘HIV Calendar’ so we can pull your photo for consideration for the 2016 calendar.

The Media Library accepts photos all year long; however, if you would like it considered for the calendar please submit it by September 12th.

Thank you,

Peace Corps Office of Global Health and HIV

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