Arkansas: $340,419 Given to Fight AIDS' Spread -- State Commission's Grants Go to 7 Groups Targeting the Vulnerable
August 13, 2009
Seven groups will split $340,419 in funding from the Arkansas Minority Health Commission to combat HIV/AIDS. "Our goal is to strengthen organizations across the state by building our capacity to implement HIV prevention and awareness programs," said Patricia Minor, a registered nurse and project manager for the commission's HIV/AIDS Outreach Initiative.
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