Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Fly LoveYourself 2: About HIV Treatment as Prevention (feat. JC Santos) [VIDEO]

We have lift-off!

Taking off from the success of LoveYourself's first risque instructional video on HIV, star of stage, screen, and song JC Santos pilots our flight into living healthy with HIV in FLY Loveyourself 2: About HIV Treatment as Prevention.

A rising talent from Floy Quintos's play Fluid and Auraeus Solito's film Esprit de Corps, JC is the wind beneath our wings as we learn more about what the virus does to the body, what antiretroviral drugs do to HIV, and how HIV treatment leads to HIV prevention.

All heavy topics, but JC assures that we are safe and comfortable through these skies.

Joining him on the cabin crew are "I am POGAY" entrants Erimar Ortigas and Kristopher Yasis and a colorful cast of LoveYourself volunteers and friends, here to make your flight as pleasant as possible.

Fasten your seatbelt, put your trays in the upright position, and
Dare. Care. Share. 
Go.loveyourself.ph/FLY2.






Thanks again for choosing to Fly LoveYourself!

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Starring:
JC Santos

Erimar Ortigas | Kristopher Yasis

Lara Acuin | Carl Acueza | Rolf Campos | Arthur Cipriano 
Ram Cruel | Yiean Lanzon | JLo Del Mundo | | Niknok Vitor 

Credits and Acknowledgements:
Director | Scriptwriter | Colorist: Joma Ragragio
Assistant Director: Kim Alcoreza
Director of Photography | Editor: Juan Paolo Samontanez
Producer: Anthony Liam
Production Manager: Aleli Mesina
Production Designer: Harley Alcasid
Sound Recording & Lights Supervisor: Henry Lu
Make-up Artist: Maria Criselda Joyosa
Production Design Assistants: Francis de Guzman & Ian Flores
Drivers: Niño Gumatay & Jojo Ruano

Location | Catering | Production Assistance
Center Stage Productions

Additional Motion Graphics
Thanks to Don Yu and Pepot Atienza

Logo Design
Thanks to Lord-Art Lomarda
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Consultants
Ronnievinn Pagtakhan | Chris Lagman
JD Ruanto

Music by PacDV 
www.pacdv.com/sounds/.

Sound effects by Sound Effects Factory 
www.youtube.com/user/SoundEffectsFactory.

Acknowledgements
Rye Del Carmen | Jay Fernando | Lawrence Villegas
Iosif Cadelina | Wico Consul | Noy Calaguas | Andee Ortega
Kahel Sta. Maria | Ian Felix Alquiros | Neithan Cebrano
Marinelle Banzuelo | LoveYourself volunteers & staff

Special thanks to
ISEAN-HIVOS
HIVOS

Tuesday, January 06, 2015

JOB OPENING : Program Officer, Administrative and Finance Officer and Trans Program Officer






Call for Expression of Interest for a the following positions:

POSITION: PROGRAM OFFICER (full-time position based in Metro Manila) 
Expression of Interest (EOI) Number: TLY-11

POSITION: ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCE OFFICER (full-time position based in Metro Manila)
Expression of Interest (EOI) Number: TLY-12

POSITION: TRANS PROGRAM OFFICER (part-time position based in Metro Manila)  
Expression of Interest (EOI) Number: TLY-13

Issuance Date: January 1, 2015 (Thursday)
Deadline of Submission: January 15, 2015 (Thursday)

All positions under Love Yourself for the ISEAN-Hivos Program Phase 2 in the Philippines – Strengthening Community Systems to Reduce the Vulnerability to and the Impact of HIV Infection among MSM and TG in the Islands of Southeast Asia
ISEAN-Hivos Program (IHP) – Global Fund Round 10 – Multi-Country HIV/AIDS Grant


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Call for Expression of Interest for a PROGRAM OFFICER (full-time position based in Metro Manila) under Love Yourself for the ISEAN-Hivos Program Phase 2 in the Philippines – Strengthening Community Systems to Reduce the Vulnerability to and the Impact of HIV Infection among MSM and TG in the Islands of Southeast Asia

CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

In 2010, the Islands of Southeast Asia Network on Male and Transgender Sexual Health (ISEAN) and the Humanist Institute for Co-operation with Developing Countries (Hivos) jointly submitted a regional proposal to the Global Fund for AIDS, Malaria, and Tuberculosis (GFATM) Round 10. The programme, entitled ‘Strengthening Community Systems to Reduce Vulnerability to and Impact of HIV infection on MSM and TG in the Islands of Southeast Asia’, was approved by GFATM. This grant has the main goal of reducing (a) the vulnerability and risks of MSM and transgender (TG) to HIV infection and (b) the impact of HIV on their lives in Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Timor Leste. It intends to address critical gaps in supporting and scaling up activities that reduce HIV/AIDS among MSM and TGs. Phase 1 of the program was implemented from October 2011 to September 2013. Phase 2, Year 1 of the program was completed last September 2014 and Phase 2, Year 2 started this January 2015, and is anticipated to run until September 2016. The program focuses on these key program components: capacity building, advocacy and networking, and technical and financial assistance.

Love Yourself, Inc. is co-implementing the ISEAN-Hivos Program Phase 2, Year 2 in the Philippines as the sub-sub recipient (SSR), with the Philippine NGO Council on Population, Health and Welfare, Inc. (PNGOC) as the sub-recipient (SR) of the grant, and Cebuplus Association, Inc. as the other SSR.

For the implementation of the ISEAN-Hivos Program Phase 2, Year 2, Love Yourself is looking for a Program Officer (based in Metro Manila) who will be responsible for the program management, training coordination and implementation, and monitoring and evaluation of activities implemented by the SSR for the program. S/he will report to the Love Yourself Executive Director (also Program Director) and will work with the other members of the program team of the SR and SSRs.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
  • Liaise with partner MSM, TG and PLHIV CBOs, and local and national partners and stakeholders of the program;
  • Organize and mobilize informal gays, bisexuals and other MSM groups at the community level;
  • Manage and facilitate support grants allocated to partner CBOs;
  • Provide technical assistance and capacity building to CBOs and other partners and stakeholders, if necessary;
  • Formulate activity and training work plans under the program work plan and budget;
  • Perform the role of coordinator and facilitator/trainer during program activities such as trainings, workshops, forums and consultations, as required;
  • Extend assistance to community networks supported by the program;
  • Coordinate field activities and meetings with partners;
  • Monitor the progress of activities supported by program that are conducted by the SSR and partner CBOs;
  • Document project activities;
  • Together with the SSR Administrative and Finance Officer and SSR Trans Program Officer, prepare and provide monthly and quarterly programmatic reports to the SSR Program Director for submission to the SR; and
  • Perform other project-related functions as assigned by the SSR Program Director.


MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Education: College graduate with a degree in behavioral sciences, social sciences, liberal arts, or other relevant courses.
  • Work Experience: More than two years of working experience performing work similar to stated job functions in a development work setting. Preferably with experience in organizing and conducting trainings and advocacy activities, monitoring and evaluation, technical report writing, networking and partnership, community mobilization, and managing and supervising small grants. Working knowledge and familiarity with HIV and AIDS, and MSM, TG and PLHIV community issues.
  • Training Experience: Has undergone training on program management, training facilitation, monitoring and evaluation, organizational development, community mobilization, sexual and reproductive health and rights, gender and development, HIV and AIDS.
  • Other Professional Skills: Proficient in oral and written English business communication; operation of computer and other ICT equipment; and knowledge in the use of most Microsoft Office applications; and familiar with data backup procedures.
  • Other Desirable Qualities: Willing to work beyond standard working hours; can work with minimal supervision; highly trainable; detail oriented; can work well with a team; and gender sensitive.

FAIR HIRING POLICY

Love Yourself is an equal opportunity employer and highly encourages applicants from the gay, bisexual, and transgender community who have experience in non-profit and community development work. Applicants familiar with Global Fund procedures are encouraged to apply.

SUBMISSION PROCEDURE

Interested applicants should submit an expression of interest (EOI) letter and updated CV/resume (with list of character references), via email to TLYproject@gmail.com and info@loveyourself.ph (cc: pngoc.iseanhivos@gmail.com) on or before January 15, 2015 (Thursday), addressed to Mr. Ronivin Pagtakhan, Executive Director, Love Yourself.

Technical review of documents, phone and face-to-face interviews, and written exam will be facilitated and the most qualified applicant will be contracted by Love Yourself. Please take note that this is for immediate hiring to be based in Metro Manila with expected start date on January 20, 2015.


For the hired applicant, the following documents will need to be prepared and submitted within two weeks upon hiring: SSS, TIN, Pag-IBIG and Philhealth numbers, police and NBI clearances, and medical certificate.

________________________________________________________________________


ISEAN-Hivos Program (IHP) – Global Fund Round 10 – Multi-Country HIV/AIDS Grant
Expression of Interest (EOI) Number: TLY-11
Issuance Date: January 1, 2015 (Thursday)
Deadline of Submission: February 6, 2015 (Friday)

Call for Expression of Interest for an ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCE OFFICER (full-time position based in Metro Manila) under Love Yourself for the ISEAN-Hivos Program Phase 2, Year 2 in the Philippines – Strengthening Community Systems to Reduce the Vulnerability to and the Impact of HIV Infection among MSM and TG in the Islands of Southeast Asia

CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

In 2010, the Islands of Southeast Asia Network on Male and Transgender Sexual Health (ISEAN) and the Humanist Institute for Co-operation with Developing Countries (Hivos) jointly submitted a regional proposal to the Global Fund for AIDS, Malaria, and Tuberculosis (GFATM) Round 10. The programme, entitled ‘Strengthening Community Systems to Reduce Vulnerability to and Impact of HIV infection on MSM and TG in the Islands of Southeast Asia’, was approved by GFATM. This grant has the main goal of reducing (a) the vulnerability and risks of MSM and transgender (TG) to HIV infection and (b) the impact of HIV on their lives in Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Timor Leste. It intends to address critical gaps in supporting and scaling up activities that reduce HIV/AIDS among MSM and TGs. Phase 1 of the program was implemented from October 2011 to September 2013. Phase 2, Year 1 of the program was completed last September 2014 and Phase 2, Year 2 started this January 2015, and is anticipated to run until September 2016. The program focuses on these key program components: capacity building, advocacy and networking, and technical and financial assistance.

Love Yourself, Inc. is co-implementing the ISEAN-Hivos Program Phase 2, Year 2 in the Philippines as the sub-sub recipient (SSR), with the Philippine NGO Council on Population, Health and Welfare, Inc. (PNGOC) as the sub-recipient (SR) of the grant, and Cebuplus Association, Inc. as the other SSR.

For the implementation of the ISEAN-Hivos Program Phase 2, Year 2, Love Yourself is looking for an Administrative and Finance Officer (based in Metro Manila) who will be responsible for the overall financial management system and requirements of the SSR for the program. S/he will report to the Love Yourself Executive Director (also Program Director) and will work with the other members of the program team of the SR and SSRs.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Provide support to the program team in the development and/or implementation of administrative and financial process for the program;
  • Carry out administrative, secretarial and bookkeeping duties, including preparation of check disbursements and ensuring that required support documents are complete;
  • Record all financial transactions of the program in the book of accounts (i.e. CBD, CRB, GJB, GL);
  • Reconcile bank account, advances, taxes, government remittances and other accounts in relation to the program;
  • Prepare project staff payroll, including individual employee salary ledger;
  • Maintain records and inventory control of project assets and ensure that all office equipment and services are appropriately maintained;
  • Monitor project budget and expenditure of the SSR and explain variance;
  • In close coordination with SSR Program and Trans Program Officers, prepare and provide timely, complete and accurate financial reports of the SSR such as monthly and quarterly progress reports and disbursement requests to the SSR Program Director for submission to the SR;
  • Provide administrative and logistical support to other program staff and partners for organizing activities at the local level; and
  • Perform other project-related functions as assigned by the SSR Program Director.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Education: College graduate with a degree in Accountancy.
  • Work Experience: With knowledge in accounting and more than one year of working experience performing bookkeeping/accounting work, and those similar to stated job functions.
  • Training Experience: Has undergone training on financial management system, reporting, policies and procedures.
  • Other Professional Skills: Proficient in oral and written English business communication; operation of computer and other ICT equipment; knowledge in the use of Microsoft Word and Excel; and familiar with data backup procedures.
  • Other Desirable Qualities: Can work with minimal supervision; highly trainable; detail oriented; can work well with a team; and gender sensitive.

FAIR HIRING POLICY AND GLOBAL FUND BACKGROUND

Love Yourself is an equal opportunity employer and highly encourages applicants from the gay, bisexual, and transgender community who have experience in non-profit and community development work.

SUBMISSION PROCEDURE

Interested applicants should submit an expression of interest (EOI) letter and updated CV/resume (with list of character references), via email to TLYproject@gmail.com and info@loveyourself.ph (cc: pngoc.iseanhivos@gmail.com) on or before February 6, 2015 (Friday), to Mr. Ronivin Pagtakhan, Executive Director, Love Yourself.

Technical review of documents, phone and face-to-face interviews, and written exam will be facilitated and the most qualified applicant will be contracted by Love Yourself. Please take note that this is for immediate hiring to be based in Metro Manila with expected start date on February 9, 2015.


For the hired applicant, the following documents will need to be prepared and submitted within two weeks upon hiring: SSS, TIN, Pag-IBIG and Philhealth numbers, police and NBI clearances, and medical certificate.


_________________________________________________________________________


ISEAN-Hivos Program (IHP) – Global Fund Round 10 – Multi-Country HIV/AIDS Grant
Expression of Interest (EOI) Number: TLY-13
Issuance Date: January 1, 2015 (Thursday)
Deadline of Submission: January 15, 2015 (Thursday)

Call for Expression of Interest for a TRANS PROGRAM OFFICER (part-time position based in Metro Manila)  under Love Yourself for the ISEAN-Hivos Program Phase 2, Year 2 in the Philippines – Strengthening Community Systems to Reduce the Vulnerability to and the Impact of HIV Infection among MSM and TG in the Islands of Southeast AsiaInfection among MSM and TG in the Islands of Southeast Asia

CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

In 2010, the Islands of Southeast Asia Network on Male and Transgender Sexual Health (ISEAN) and the Humanist Institute for Co-operation with Developing Countries (Hivos) jointly submitted a regional proposal to the Global Fund for AIDS, Malaria, and Tuberculosis (GFATM) Round 10. The programme, entitled ‘Strengthening Community Systems to Reduce Vulnerability to and Impact of HIV infection on MSM and TG in the Islands of Southeast Asia’, was approved by GFATM. This grant has the main goal of reducing (a) the vulnerability and risks of MSM and transgender (TG) to HIV infection and (b) the impact of HIV on their lives in Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Timor Leste. It intends to address critical gaps in supporting and scaling up activities that reduce HIV/AIDS among MSM and TGs. Phase 1 of the program was implemented from October 2011 to September 2013. Phase 2, Year 1 of the program was completed last September 2014 and Phase 2, Year 2 started this January 2015, and is anticipated to run until September 2016. The program focuses on these key program components: capacity building, advocacy and networking, and technical and financial assistance.

Love Yourself, Inc. is co-implementing the ISEAN-Hivos Program Phase 2, Year 2 in the Philippines as the sub-sub recipient (SSR), with the Philippine NGO Council on Population, Health and Welfare, Inc. (PNGOC) as the sub-recipient (SR) of the grant, and Cebuplus Association, Inc. as the other SSR.

For the implementation of the ISEAN-Hivos Program Phase 2, Year 2, Love Yourself is looking for a Trans Program Officer (based in Metro Manila) who will be responsible for the conceptualization, development and implementation of transgender people-related initiatives, interventions and activities under the program both at the SSR and SR level. S/he will report to the Love Yourself Executive Director (also Program Director) and will work with the other members of the program team of the SR and SSRs.



ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Reports directly to the SSR Program Director, and coordinates with ISEAN’s Regional Trans Program Specialist on all transgender-specific activities and deliverables;
  • Organize and mobilize informal transgender groups (both transwomen and transmen) at the community level;
  • Provide support and guidance to the SSRs, the national Network and other local and national partners and stakeholders, especially with program implementation and reporting of trans-specific activities;
  • Facilitate the capacity-building of community leaders on transgender issues;
  • Carry out desk research, field visits and participate in program monitoring and evaluations in line with trans-specific activities;
  • Provide support in organizing national coordination meetings, including liaising with participants on events, meeting, training and workshops, especially those focusing on transgender issues;
  • Contribute to documenting and disseminating project-related best practices and lessons learnt especially on transgender issues;
  • Create and maintain internal systems, including contact lists, diaries of upcoming events and opportunities and other databases of trans-specific networks, non-government organizations, community-based organizations, informal groups and individuals.
  • Perform the role of coordinator and facilitator/trainer during program activities such as trainings, workshops, forums and consultations, especially on SOGIE and Transgender 101 topics;
  • Together with the SSR Administrative and Finance Officer and SSR Program Officer, prepare and provide monthly and quarterly programmatic reports to the SSR Program Director for submission to the SR; and
  • Perform other project-related functions as assigned by the SSR Program Director.


MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Education: College graduate with a degree in behavioral sciences, social sciences, liberal arts, or other relevant courses.
  • Work Experience: More than two years of working experience performing work similar to stated job functions in a development work setting. Preferably with experience in organizing and conducting consultations and advocacy activities, community mobilization, monitoring and evaluation, basic research, technical report writing, and networking and partnership. Working knowledge and familiarity with HIV and AIDS, and TG ommunity issues.
  • Training Experience: Has undergone training on program management, training facilitation, monitoring and evaluation, community mobilization, sexual and reproductive health and rights, SOGIE, HIV and AIDS.
  • Other Professional Skills: Proficient in oral and written English business communication; operation of computer and other ICT equipment; and knowledge in the use of most Microsoft Office applications; and familiar with data backup procedures.
  • Other Desirable Qualities: Willing to work beyond standard working hours; can work with minimal supervision; highly trainable; detail oriented; can work well with a team; and gender sensitive.
  • Openly identifies as a transgender person.

FAIR HIRING POLICY

Love Yourself is an equal opportunity employer and highly encourages applicants from the transgender community who have experience in non-profit and community development work. Applicants familiar with Global Fund procedures are encouraged to apply.

SUBMISSION PROCEDURE

Interested applicants should submit an expression of interest (EOI) letter and updated CV/resume (with list of character references), via email to TLYproject@gmail.com and info@loveyourself.ph (cc: pngoc.iseanhivos@gmail.com) on or before January 15, 2015 (Thursday), addressed to Mr. Ronivin Pagtakhan, Executive Director, Love Yourself.

Technical review of documents, phone and face-to-face interviews, and written exam will be facilitated and the most qualified applicant will be contracted by Love Yourself. Please take note that this is for immediate hiring to be based in Metro Manila with expected start date on January 20, 2015.

For the hired applicant, the following documents will need to be prepared and submitted within two weeks upon hiring: SSS, TIN, Pag-IBIG and Philhealth numbers, police and NBI clearances, and medical certificate.


Supporting the HIV-Positive Community Requires New Tools for Ending Stigma




Supporting the HIV-Positive Community Requires New Tools for Ending Stigma
We begin 2015 having won many victories for the LGBT community in 2014, among them some victories in the HIV arena. The fight against HIV includes some important milestones. Breakthrough research studies show new data on the transmission of HIV between partners with varying viral loads. New approved uses for medications can prevent the spread of HIV. Social science tells us our ideas of what an effective education campaign looks like need to be brought into the 21st century. These breakthroughs mean public-health institutions and our community need to evolve our HIV advocacy. This is some welcome news for those of us who want modern romance, sex, and perhaps peace of mind.

When we at Hornet, a gay social network with 4.4 million users, launched our "Know Your Status" ("KYS") campaign in 2011, it was received with such fanfare that we decided to make it a permanent feature in our app. Every user has a role to play in the health of our community. KYS allows users to disclose their status but asks HIV-negative users to include the date of their last HIV test. Hornet then sends users friendly reminders when it is time to get tested. An integration with aids.gov uses sophisticated geolocation technology to send users their closest testing locations to help them in this effort.

The HIV-positive, or "poz," community has remained the biggest supporter of KYS, because allowing users to disclose their HIV status to other users also empowers poz members to help fight stigma. HIV is real, but the fear of HIV often deters people from getting tested. Strong science is showing that stigma is one of the leading causes of people remaining untested -- a strange twist in the HIV-prevention conversion. Up until recently, HIV-education campaigns played on fear, but now the world is learning that fear is preventing folks from getting tested and thus detecting their HIV early. What the community really needs is empowerment, education, and sexual partners having frank discussions.
Science again, and HIV policy makers like the FDA, CDC, and WHO, have also changed the realities of HIV, which is why Hornet is evolving with significant enhancements to its "Know Your Status" feature. These include giving HIV-positive users the option to disclose whether they have an undetectable viral load, and giving HIV-negative users the option to disclose whether they are on pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) -- that is, taking the drug Truvada daily to prevent HIV infection. If you take PrEP and are exposed to HIV, this medicine can work to keep the virus from taking hold in your body. Along with other prevention methods like condoms, PrEP can offer good protection against HIV if taken every day. (Currently PrEP is not yet available in every country. Learn about global access here.)

In addition, to help users who are HIV-positive, Hornet launched a community for poz men to meet each other. The goal is to meaningfully raise awareness around HIV among those who need it most: gay men around the world who are meeting through the app.

HIV infections are rising among gay men, especially younger ones. In the U.S., 20 percent of gay and bisexual men are estimated to be living with HIV, yet a recent study found that 44 percent of the men under the age of 35 said they had never been tested for HIV.
Overseas, the situation is even worse, with many countries ignoring HIV education completely and openly discriminating against gays. Hornet is the most popular gay app in a number of these countries, and the app is not just their only link to other gay guys but now their source of information on HIV.

Hornet and I are committed to looking for ways to eliminate stigma around this disease and share the latest health facts on preventing HIV and empowering those living with HIV with better options for self-expression. With our global reach, targeting men who date men, we can impact an audience that needs this intervention the most.
First among the newest changes are two new options that now appear in the "Know Your Status" section of members' profiles:
The "Positive, Undetectable" option is for those who are HIV-positive, on successful antiretroviral therapy, and, when tested for viral load, register as "undetectable." Studies have shown that this type of treatment can reduce the likelihood of transmitting the virus to HIV-negative partners by as much as 96 percent.

The second new option is "Negative, on PrEP." A recent survey of gay men in the U.S. found that only one in four knew about the existence of PrEP, yet it can be greater than 90-percent effective at preventing HIV infection when taken consistently.
In planning all these changes we were shocked when we surveyed a sample of our members and discovered a widespread lack of understanding of either of these options. In fact, nearly all guys told us that they had to search online to find out what these terms meant before they could answer our questions. Having done so, though, a clear majority felt that these new options were important and should be added to the app.

The interviews conducted with Hornet members underlined the need to explain and educate. The third significant change is that the app now includes comprehensive background on HIV/AIDS, and detailed explanations of all the different KYS profile choices. Recognizing the global reach of the Hornet app, we're translating this information into 26 different languages. Whether Hornet members are in San Francisco, London, Paris, Moscow, São Paulo, Istanbul or Bangkok does not matter; the same information is available to them all.

The fourth new change is the introduction of a much-requested feature to help HIV-positive guys find each other more easily on Hornet. Those members can now filter for other HIV-positive guys. If your status is positive, you will now see a filter in the app to show you other guys who are also positive. This filter is only shown to our members who have set one of the two positive options in the KYS menu.

All these improvements are in addition to the existing features, which include reminders to get tested every six months, and the zip-code lookup for finding an HIV-testing center.
Growing with an online community's ongoing needs is a process of reinvention and determination. However, these changes were easy to make, and we hope many other communities and institutions catch up to ending fear, fighting stigma and sharing the latest science in the fight to prevent HIV.

Screenshots:
Profile edit information, with KYS choices, and extra information for those who need it:



In-app reminders to get tested:





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Saturday, January 03, 2015

Love Yourself Hub (Malate) - New Location

We are pleased to announce that our clinic in Malate (Love Yourself Hub, also known as RITM Satellite Clinic) has moved a new, more accessible location, also in Malate.

The new address as of January 3, 2015 is:

Love Yourself Hub (a.k.a. RITM Satellite Clinic)
1936-B San Marcelino Street, near corner Quirino Ave.
Malate, Manila

It is beside Caltex Gas Station which is at the corner of Quirino and San Marcelino.

Map below:


This same map, as shown in Google Maps.

Please note that the schedule of Free HIV Testing is still the same as before.