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On Thursday, March 25th, 2010, ProjectM took part in the 2010 Student Symposium on “Urban Youth and the Determinants of Sexual Health,” sponsored by the Centre for Urban Health Initiative (CUHI), Native Youth Sexual Health Network (NYSHN), Gendering Adolescent AIDS Prevention (GAAP), Planned Parenthood Toronto (PPT), Toronto Public Health (TPH), Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN), Centre for REACH in HIV/AIDS – “Universities without walls” Training Initiative and the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education’s (OISE) Adult Education & Community Development Graduate Program.

In collaboration with Muna Aden, a Masters in Public Health student from the University of Waterloo, ProjectM Advisory Committee and the Project Coordinator, we  submitted a poster presentation entitled “ProjectM:  Challenges to ACCESS.  HIV/AIDS Prevention for African Muslim Girls in Toronto.”  Although, not research proper, organizers encouraged us to provide our insights in terms of the project and the symposium theme.

The poster was received very well.  We were able inform many researchers and students about the work we are doing with the Muslim women’s community, and we were better able to inform many health researchers about recommended practices when working with the Muslim community.  Please see poster for details.

ProjectM received much recognition, and we also achieved “Best Poster” Category!  Congratulations Team!

 
 
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