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Logistics Management Training, Day 1
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The Bahamas Red Cross Society, in association with the International Federation of the Red Cross, will facilitate a three (3) day training on Logistical Management.  For more information, please contact Ms. Exanna Dormeus at the Society at telephone number 242-323-7370 or by email at edormeus@bahamasredcross.com.

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WatUSayin.com Promotional Activity

The watusayin.com team will be in Harbour Island, August 9, 2013 for promotional activity...  For chance to win prizes, join us on our Facebook Page or participate in one of our blog discussions.

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Stakeholders Meeting, ABACO, The Bahamas
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Officials from the HIV Prevention Education Unit of the Bahamas Red Cross will be in Abaco visiting with a number of key stakeholders for programmes development on that island.  For more information, contact Mr. John Darville, Project Coordinator at 242-322-9451 or 242-565-3382.

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Stakeholder Meetings, Eleuthera, The Bahamas
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Officials from the HIV Prevention Education Unit of the Bahamas Red Cross will be in Eleuthera visiting with a number of key stakeholders for programmes development on that island.  For more information, contact Ms. Rashida Murray, Lead Volunteer for Harbour Island or Ms. Samantha Butler, Peer Educator for North Eleuthera, or contact Mr. John Darville, Project Coordinator at 242-565-3382.

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Creole Community Youth HIV Sensitization Workshop Day 2
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Second Day of a Two (2) day (July 25 - 26, 2013) Workshop for Haitian Youth living in New Providence.  The two (2) day workshop is fully sponsored, and the first twenty (20)persons to register will be accepted.  All meals and workshop supplies sponsored.  Contact Mr. Pierre Parisien at the Bahamas Red Cross at telephone 242-322-9451 or 2.

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Creole Community Youth HIV Sensitization Workshop, Day 1
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Two (2) (July 25 - 26, 2013) Day workshop for Haitian Youth living in New Providence.  The two (2) day workshop is fully sponsored, and the first twenty (20)persons to register will be accepted.  All meals and workshop supplies sponsored.  Contact Mr. Pierre Parisien at the Bahamas Red Cross at telephone 242-322-9451 or 2.

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Sharing Your HIV Status
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After you are diagnosed with HIV, you will have to decide whether to share that information with other people, and if so, whom you should tell. It is very important that you talk to your current and past sexual partners about your HIV status. If you have shared needles with others to inject drugs, you need to tell them too. If you are afraid or embarrassed to tell them yourself, your local Health Authorities can notify your sexual or needle-sharing

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Risky Business
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All sexual practices can be made "safer"—meaning you can lower your risk of transmitting/contracting STIs and HIV—but some activities are much safer than others. Here's a list of sexual activities and the risks they pose for transmitting HIV or other STIs: Receptive Anal Sex (Bottoming) The odds of getting HIV from "bottoming" without a condom are higher than any other sexual behavior. HIV has been found in pre-cum (pre-ejaculatory fluid), so

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Reducing Your Sexual Risk
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HIV can be spread by having unprotected sexual contact with an HIV-positive person. "Unprotected" means sex (anal, oral, or vaginal) without barrier protection, like a condom.  Some of the ways to reduce your risk of getting HIV through sexual contact include: Don't have sex - ABSTAIN. Sex (anal, oral, or vaginal) is the main way that HIV is transmitted. If you aren't having sexual contact, you are 100% protected from getting HIV in that way. Be

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