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Video Title: African Health Cup 2014
Come out and enjoy a one-day soccer tournament on Saturday, July 19th at Lemansky Field, 400 Oxford Street, Auburn, MA from 8:00am to 8:00pm. The African Health Cup is planned and organized under the Africans For Improved Access (AFIA) program, in collaboration with African community leaders from across Massachusetts.
AHC is an annual soccer tournament focused on health promotion for African-born men and their families. Each year, we bring together African immigrant and refugee communities in Massachusetts to address health challenges, including HIV, through a popular cultural activity -- soccer. The African Health Cup creates social cohesion and increase awareness in HIV prevention, screening, and care.
Cheer for your favorite team! Cameroon, Cape Verde, Congo, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Liberia, Nigeria, Togo, Uganda (the defending champion), and Zambia ...
Enjoy family Fun. Eat African food. Buy African crafts & attire. Get FREE and CONFIDENTIAL onsite health screenings, including HIV, blood pressure, glucose and cholesterol screening.
Admission is FREE.
Video Title: The Upside of the Downside
This video was created by four high school students. As part of the MLK Scholar Program at John Hancock, the youth worked with the Multicultural AIDS Coalition over the summer of 2012 to increase their understanding of HIV, including biomedical HIV prevention research, and also create ways to educate their peers and the greater community.
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