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Capacity Building Assistance Programs at AIDS Project Los Angeles are designed to assist health departments around the country build capacity for and evaluate their HIV/AIDS programs/services to ensure the best quality of services for affected populations and advance the goals of High Impact HIV/AIDS Prevention and the National HIV/AIDS Strategy.
Shared ActionHD (SAHD) is currently funded under the CDC’s PS14-1403 Capacity Building Assistance for High-Impact HIV Prevention. This program is designed to provide capacity building assistance (CBA) to health departments that support, implement, and/or evaluate HIV-prevention services, including DEBIs and Public Health Strategies. SAHD is funded to focus primarily on three components:
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