NMAC realizes that we cannot end the epidemic without having the tools and resources necessary to empower our communities and enrich our understanding about the latest science and events happening in the world that have a direct impact on our movement. Here you will find past newsletters, blog posts, publications, and webinars that address NMAC specific programming updates pertaining to the United States Conference on AIDS, the Biomedical HIV Prevention Summit, and our Treatment and Leadership Pipeline programs. We believe that sharing information is sharing power and by doing so we can end the epidemic together.
The NMAC Connection is a once-a-week publication which features notable voices of NMAC staff, board members, and advocates. It’s meant to inform readers about the current happenings at the agency with details about upcoming events and webinars that can elevate your advocacy and understanding about the current state of the epidemic. If you aren’t already one of our weekly subscribers click here.
Our movement is not made up of one voice and we believe it is imperative that we work together to lift up the lived experiences of those who are working to end the epidemic in their communities. On our blog you will find constituent spotlights in which NMAC shares the stories of leaders living with HIV and weekly policy updates that will keep you abreast of the most up-to-date information about federal policy, budget, and data you need to know to stay engaged in the fight to end the epidemic.
Ending HIV requires collecting, analyzing, and implementing data to inform and influence policy makers to ensure adequate funding needed for the effective implementation of programs needed to end the epidemic. On NMAC’s publications page you will find information on the latest science and policy set forth by our agency and our partners that gives you cutting-edge information you need in your work.
Every month, NMAC features webinars on a wide array of topics that range from information pertaining to NMAC programming and events and voices of experts in the HIV movement. Take a look on this page to see the dates of upcoming webinars, register for webinars of your interest, and even watch past webinars you may have missed.