Join NWAC's Sisters in Service Webinar - Addressing a Lifetime of Hurt - April 24, 2014

National Women and AIDS Collective (NWAC)
Sisters-in-Service: Technical Assistance Webinar Series for Organizations Serving Women

About NWAC: NWAC provides information and resources to advance responsive services and policies in order to ensure that community based organizations, especially women serving organizations obtain the help and support they need to provide life-saving services to women at-risk for or living with HIV and their families. To make the greatest impact, NWAC focuses its efforts on capacity building and advocacy. 

About the 2014 Sisters-in-Service (SIS) Webinar Series: The first webinar session will be held on Thursday, April 24, 2014 at 1:00pm - 2:30pm ET (10:00am - 11:30am PT)

Topic: Addressing a Lifetime of Hurt: Trauma Violence and HIV

To learn about this webinar series, click here, or to go directly to the registration page, click here.

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