The goal of Minority AIDS Project’s Health Education  activities is to provide accurate, up-to-date information about HIV and AIDS in communities of color.

Health Education is presented through a broad range of outreach activities that takes various forms to work effectively within the broad spectrum of cultures, neighborhoods, and ethnicities in Los Angeles.  Aside from the contract-funded programs tailored to meet the unique HIV educational needs of diverse target populations, MAP delivers an array of additional educational services to the public including free HIV Testing, AIDS 101 classes, staff training in HIV/AIDS issues for social services agencies, information at health fairs and community festivals, conference workshops and trainings of volunteers.