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iKnow campaign - HIV Social Media Storm

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Date: 08 05 2015 04:00 PM
Place: Reach a Hand, Uganda Offices

Join us for the RAHU Online Talk, a session under our iKnow campaign using the hashtag #iKnowKati as we discuss why  young person need to go for HIV and STD Testing. Under our iKnow campaign we want to start an engaging conversation around HIV/AIDS. This campaign seeks to reduce new HIV infections among corporate young people (25- 35 year olds) by encouraging open discussions about a range of HIV prevention strategies and related sexual health issues between sex partners.

Who: We’ll be tweeting from @REACHAHAND @SAUTIplus. And sharing on our different Social Media platforms using the hashtag #iKnowKati. During this online engagement we will also be joined by;

  • Victoria Jory Community Investment Manager, Standard Chartered International
  • Jeanette McKenna Group Sustainability Standard Chartered
  • Wouter van Dongen Grants Coordinator MTV Staying Alive Foundation

What: HIV Social Media Storm

When: Friday 8th May 2015, from 16:00hrs

Where: On all social media platforms with a meetup at Reach a Hand, Uganda Offices, plot 7502, Block 244, Kitalanga, Kansanga, Ggaba Road

Did You Know?

  • Getting HIV tested can give you some important lifesaving information and can help keep you—and others—safe.
  • Amongst young people, HIV is majorly  spread through unprotected sex and drug-injecting behaviors , so people who engage in these behaviors should get tested more often.
  • Getting tested is the only way to know your HIV status. If you are HIV-positive, you can start getting treated, which can improve your health, prolong your life, and greatly lower your chance of spreading HIV to others.
  • You can arm yourself with basic information about STDs: How are these diseases spread? How can you protect yourself? What are the treatment options?

Let’s remind our young people, community, and country leaders about the importance of getting tested and having access to quality prevention, treatment, and care services. The online engagement  will have conversations as simple as possible for you to understand the importance of know your HIV status thus the hashtag #iknowKati (I Know Now). Not Sure Why You Need The Test? Join the conversation using the hashtag #iknowKati

Sign up here to join us at Reach A Hand office for the Social Media Storm, a few limited spaces available

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Thank you for signing up you can also send out a tweet or post on your other social media platforms on of these posts to encourage your followers to be part of the this important conversation. We cannot thank you enough for reaching across your networks and helping us to spread the “Good Life Saving Word.”

Sample posts:

  • Know about HIV Testing this May 8 #iknowKati http://goo.gl/LcZCuX
  • #iknowKati is to promote HIV testing & early diagnosis among young people.
  • Let’s make every day HIV Testing Day! #iknowKati
  • Early testing & diagnosis is key to prevention; treatment & prevention can have maximum impact when HIV is identified early #iknowKati
  • Join the May 8 online chat with @REACHAHAND on #HIV/#AIDS at 4:00 p.m http://goo.gl/LcZCuX . #iknowKati
  • Sign up here for #iKnowKati HIV Social Media Storm on 8th May 2015 https://goo.gl/QG7x6O

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  • 08 05 2015 04:00 PM
 

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