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July 26, 2007

SFAF Podcast #13 - Fighting HIV in Mexican Migrant Communities

Jorge Zepeda, the San Francisco AIDS Foundation's Director of Latino Programs, talks about preventing and treating HIV in Mexican migrant communities in the US and Mexico. HIV infection rates in rural Mexico are on the rise, due in part to migrant workers returning home from the US with undiagnosed HIV.

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Jorge Zepeda has been working in the HIV/AIDS field since 1990 and holds a Masters in Clinical Social Work (MSW) from San Francisco State University.  He is also a frequent speaker on issues related to health and the Latino community at community-based organizations and conferences. Mr. Zepeda has worked at the San Francisco AIDS Foundation in public policy, HIV prevention, case management, group facilitation, HIV education programs, AIDS health promotion, and community organizing and program development since 1996.

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