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"OODP Helped Me"

- The AIDS Network serving Hamilton, Halton, Haldimand, Norfolk & Brant

- William La Ferla, Board Vice President

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- Alliance for South Asian AIDS Prevention

- Vijaya Chikermane, Executive Director

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"OODP Helped Me"

- African and Caribbean Council on HIV/AIDS in Ontario

- Valérie Pierre-Pierre, Executive Director

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"OODP Helped Me"

AIDS Committee of North Bay & Area

- Stacey Mayhall, Executive Director

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"OODP Helped Me"

Black Coalition for AIDS Prevention

- Shannon Ryan, Executive Director

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"OODP Helped Me"

Ontario AIDS Network

- Precious Maseko, Board Member

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"OODP Helped Me"

Fife House

- Keith Hambly, Executive Director

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"OODP Helped Me"

Bruce House

- Jay Koornstra, Executive Director

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"OODP Helped Me"

AIDS Committee of Ottawa

- Gord Asmus, Board Chair

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"OODP Helped Me"

- Art Zoccole, Executive Director

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OODP e-resources have been designed to help strengthen the capacity of HIV/AIDS organizations and programs to take responsibility for their own organizational development. They provide ASO Leaders with well researched and comprehensive information on topical issues as well as practical tools, templates and guidelines to support their role.

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