The EtE Virtual Learning Modules Consultant will update existing text to ANEA’s EtE Learning Modules created for local communities interested in starting their own EtE plan. The consultant will identify and draft new module topics that reflect the past four years' political implications and public health advancements. This includes but is not limited to adding in information on the federal Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE) Initiative, the intersections between racial justice with HIV, and integrating new long-acting prevention tools for key communities.
The Ending the Epidemic University Train the Trainer (EtE U) program will focus on state-level advocacy priorities critical to driving success in attaining goals and objectives for local, state, and national efforts to end the HIV epidemic. The partner organization will assist the EtE technical assistance (TA) and training as well as create materials that will enhance the field’s understanding of key policy issues impacting success across the identified EtE University jurisdictions. EtE U jurisdictions will be multi-state sites identified by the ANEA Coalition and the EtE U partner organization.
In 2020, ANEA updated the Executive Summary to our 2018 policy paper titled Ending the HIV Epidemic in the United States: A Roadmap for Federal Action. ANEA and AIDS United solicited input from the larger HIV public health and reproductive justice communities to develop this comprehensive plan to End the US HIV Epidemic.