Articles tagged with: President’s Advisory Council on HIV_AIDS (PACHA)

Experts worry about consequences of Trump’s HIV/AIDS council firings

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“Is this a signal that they’re moving away from evidence-based policy?" From Healio, this report.

Experts worry about consequences of Trump’s HIV/AIDS council firings

To read the complete story visit Healio, here. The AIDS czar under former U.S. President Barack Obama worries about the consequences of the Trump administration’s recent termination of the last members of a presidential HIV/AIDS council. “Is this a signal that they’re moving away from evidence-based policymaking? That’s what’s troubling,” Jeffrey S. Crowley, MPH, program director of infectious disease initiatives at the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law

Why I resigned from the President’s Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS

"The Trump administration threatens everything PACHA stands for." From Self.com, Grissel Granados explains.

Why I resigned from the President’s Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS

Courtesy of Grissel Granados To read the complete article by Grissel Granados visit Self.com, here. I acquired HIV at birth, and my mom worked in the HIV field. Growing up going to AIDS walks, I learned the importance of advocacy both in public and private spaces at a young age. That carried over into my work as an adult. Now, when I’m at a decision-making table, I show up as a person who has HIV and a manager of HIV prevention programs for youth. And as a survivor of HIV, immigration