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 HIV | InSite | Ho'akahele: An HIV/AIDS Prevention Curriculum for Native Hawaiians 

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 Resource: HIV | InSite | Ho'akahele: An HIV/AIDS Prevention Curriculum for Native Hawaiians

Associated Organization: University of California, San Francisco.

Country of Origin: USA

Address: Ho'akahele, 
1130 North Nimitz Highway, Suite A-221

City: Honolulu

State or Province: Hawai'i 

ZIP or Postal Code: 96817

Telephone: (808) 533-0035

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Fax: (808) 531-6949

Email: 

Site Summary: "Ho'akahele translates literally as 'walking shadow,' and means 'to be careful.' The concept behind the word is that your shadow--in front of you when the sun is at your back--is your protector. While reminding people that their shadow is their caretaker, this new HIV prevention curriculum for Native Hawaiians stresses the importance of actively taking precautions and having protection." Quoted from the Web Site

 Disability Association(s): AIDS related disabilities

Internet Location: http://kali.ucsf.edu/prevention/grassroots_programs/2098.33cb.html

Internet Resource Type: Web Page

Resource Type: Educational, Hawaii & Pacific  Islander Resources

 

 

 

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