- The Caribbean Broadcast Media Partnership on HIV/AIDS (CBMP) and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) are pleased to announce a new partnership geared towards enhancing the ability of Caribbean broadcast media professionals to produce and disseminate accurate content on HIV and AIDS in the region. Learn More
- May 25, the 2nd Asia-Pacific Media AIDS Initiative (AMAI) Annual Seminar on HIV and AIDS took place at the Asia Media Summit in Macau, China. Mr Prasado Rao, the UNAIDS Regional Support Team Director for Asia and the Pacific gave the key note address. Directors of news and programming gathered to hear from expert panels on topics including quality of HIV communication, reliable sources of information, and children, women and HIV.
- May 22, Barbados Prime Minister David Thompson and Opposition Leader Mia Mottley have overcome partisan differences and united to show exemplary leadership and commitment through their support of Regional Testing Day 2009. Regional Testing Day was initiated by the Caribbean Broadcast Media Partnership on HIV/AIDS (CBMP) in 2008 with support from Scotiabank in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and the Pan Caribbean Partnership on HIV/AIDS (PANCAP). View More
- Feb 23, HIV outreach worker, Kerrel McKay of Portland, Jamaica, was invited to attend Sir Elton John’s annual Academy Awards Viewing Party in Los Angeles. Kerrel attended the event as a representative of the Caribbean Broadcast Media Partnership on HIV/AIDS (CBMP). She is a member of the CBMP’s “LIVE UP Heroes” campaign, which recognizes the work of everyday heroes in the fight against HIV. Kerrel spoke about her own experience losing her father to AIDS, and about how she has committed to fighting the stigma that surrounds the disease in Jamaica and across the Caribbean. View More
- The Caribbean Broadcast Media Partnership on HIV/AIDS (CBMP) and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) have announced a new partnership. With the financial and technical support of the UNESCO Kingston Cluster Office for the Caribbean, the CBMP has begun work on the creation of an interactive learning tool that will become a permanent part of the CBMP’s LIVE UP website. View More
- December 2007 edition