April 18, 2016
Join the #AIDS2016 Twitter Chat April 20th
Join us for the next #AIDS2016 Twitter chat focusing on HIV among young people.
In 2014, 2.1 million adolescents (aged 10-19) were living with HIV worldwide and since 2000, HIV-related deaths among adolescents have tripled. At the upcoming 21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016) we must address how to improve treatment access among young people and meaningfully engage them in the response to HIV. On 20 April at 10 a.m. EDT / 4 p.m. CEST, leading up to AIDS 2016, join the International AIDS Society, NAM aidsmap, Clinical Care Options, the Guardian and FHI 360 for a Twitter chat to discuss how we can elevate, partner and advocate with youth to address HIV globally.
Event Hashtag: #AIDS2016
Suggested promo tweets:
Suggested promo Facebook posts:
- Although HIV treatment has improved, the number of HIV-related deaths among youth has tripled since 2000. How can we better connect young people to treatment and support? Join us for our next #AIDS2016 Twitter chat on April 20 at 10 a.m. EDT/4 p.m. CET to talk about what needs to be done to respond to HIV among youth.
- 2.1 million adolescents around the world are living with HIV. How can HIV programs be more inclusive of young people with HIV? Join us for our next #AIDS2016 Twitter chat on April 20 at 10 a.m. EDT/4 p.m. CET to talk about what needs to be done to respond to HIV among youth.
- Condoms, PrEP, sex education — Which HIV prevention options work best for young people? Join us for our next #AIDS2016 Twitter chat on April 20 at 10 a.m. EDT/4 p.m. CET to talk about what needs to be done to respond to HIV among youth.
- What are the types of awareness campaigns that most resonate with young people? #AIDS2016
- How would you rate youth awareness of HIV compared to other age groups? #AIDS2016
- Are new #HIV preventions options like PrEP a better interventions for young people? #AIDS2016
- Are young people getting the education they need to prevent HIV? #AIDS2016
- What are the barriers that young women face in accessing HIV prevention services? #AIDS2016
- What effect do you think stigma has on young people and HIV prevention? #AIDS2016
- Are some groups of young people more at risk for HIV? #AIDS2016
- What are HIV organizations doing right in their efforts to reach youth? What are they doing wrong? #AIDS2016
- Young people face greater challenges in taking their HIV treatment regularly. What are some practical ways to improve adherence? #AIDS2016
- What type of HIV programme meets the needs of youth? What did they do? #AIDS2016