Video: A brief introduction to SHARE

The Southern Africa HIV and AIDS Regional Exchange portal (SHARE - www.hivsharespace.net) is a unique online hub, connecting people to resources, peers, organizations, and free online learning and collaboration tools. SHARE is designed to facilitate knowledge exchange to help improve the response to HIV and AIDS in southern Africa and beyond.

April 21, 2016
Year of publication
2016
Tags
SHARE, knowledge sharing, online portal, HIV information, collaborative activities

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