New Yorker - Nepalese on ending HIV

SDG Action Network

Our SDG Action

"Online advocacy to ending HIV/AIDS epidemic in modern era"

United States of America New York City, NY, USA
Number of people taking this action: 250 or more
In a remembrance to 25th September, the historic adoption day of “Transforming our World: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).  New Yorker - Nepalese on ending HIV community support this day and take its ownership to deliver the key online advocacy activity messages within a framework of SDGs global day 2018 toolkit.  This activity runs with a main aim to encourage, engage, and network individuals in the targeted SDGs.  These activities will be delivered in online-based platforms i.e.; facebook, twitter, linkedin, youtube, wordpress, PRweb, and through electronic communication, etc.    Online advocay messages also focus on to promote SDG principle  Leave No One Behind video, My World 2030 survey, and #Act4SDGs.   This online advocacy message activities is divided into four parts:   1. Pre-High-Level Meeting:-   Setup and use social media sites/alerts to reach the audiences and build awareness to introduce key SDGs.   2. During High-Level Meeting:-  Update often via social media sites to generate SDGs outline and summarize main ideas to engage audience.    3. Post High-Level Meeting:-  Generate comprehensive positive social media conversations and build-up relationships with audience to SDGs advocacy going.  Appreciation of thank you messages to all audiences.   4. Continue it as a New Yorker - Nepalese on ending HIV campaign :-   Monitor comprehensive conversations Pre, During, and Post High-Level Meeting and start engaging in SDGs  In addition, this activity will also be tagged to the civil society, stakeholders, non-government, and government agencies to share, exchange, ideas, stories, gaps, challenges, and new opportunities to support SDGs and promote the Global Day to #act4DSGs.   Therefore, no human rights is left behind.    Thank you!    New Yorker - Nepalese on ending HIV community 
1 No Poverty 3 Good Health & Well-Being 5 Gender Equality 10 Reduced Inequalities 16 Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions 17 Partnerships for the Goals
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About New Yorker - Nepalese on ending HIV

In New York, approximately more than 50,000 Nepalese lives and yet there is not any Nepalese Society has ever been established HIV/AIDS-related community services or organization. Therefore, on January 9th, 2018, as the young individual Facebook closed-group called “New Yorker [Nepalese] on ending HIV/AIDS” was first initiated as to the supportive voice of Governor of New York, Andrew Mark Cuomo detailed three-point plan to move us closer to the end of the AIDS epidemic in New York State. (This page does not represent any Political parties).

The three-point plan includes:

1. identifying all persons with HIV who remain undiagnosed and linking them to health care;

2. linking and retaining persons diagnosed with HIV in health care and getting them on anti-retroviral therapy to maximize HIV viral suppression, so they remain healthy and prevent further transmission; and

3. providing access to pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) to persons who engage in high-risk behaviors to keep them HIV negative.

New Yorker - Nepalese on ending HIV community page name is new and it expanding its work in many social network platforms including in knowledge-gateway electronic communication.

Countries We Work in
United States of America
Languages We Work in
SDGs We Tackle
1 No Poverty 3 Good Health & Well-Being 5 Gender Equality 10 Reduced Inequalities 16 Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions 17 Partnerships for the Goals