Has an advocate for HIV prevention really inspired you to work harder, achieve more, and be less afraid to challenge change in your country?
Outstanding work deserves recognition!!
The Omololu Falobi Award for Excellence in HIV Prevention Research Community Advocacy was established by the African Microbicides Advocacy Group (AMAG) and partners in 2008 in honor of Omololu Falobi’s memory and commitment to the field. The Award is presented to a community advocate in recognition of his/her contribution to the HIV prevention research field through community advocacy. The deadline for nominations is December 19, 2011!
Nomination forms available at: www.avac.org/omololufalobi
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