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ENDHIV: A Framework for Halting HIV among Gay and Bisexual Men in Milwaukee


ENDHIV is an initiative of the City of Milwaukee Health Department, the Wisconsin AIDS/HIV Program, and Diverse and Resilient, Inc.  The initiative was designed to: develop immediate and long term plans to address HIV transmission rates among men who have sex with men (MSM), particularly young African American MSM; monitor the outputs and outcomes of these plans; foster partnerships among stakeholders; increase the effectiveness and reach of prevention interventions; and increase involvement of affected populations in public health planning.  This report outlines Phase I of the development of ENDHIV, A Framework for Halting HIV among Gay and Bisexual Men in Milwaukee.


Infectious Disease Prevention and Control Toolkit

Keyword Area:

Health Promotion and Health Education, HIV/AIDS, Infectious Diseases, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI), Vulnerable Populations


Institutional Author:

City of Milwaukee Health Department





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