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Stay Alive HIV/AIDS Prevention Gets Online

by system
Mon, May 13th 2013 08:30 am

The Stay Alive HIV/AIDS Prevention Education Program launched its new website www.stayalive.org with 360 Professional Services Group.

The Stay Alive HIV/AIDS Prevention Education Program is a culturally sensitive, skills, abstinence and family-based curriculum that targets 9-14 year-old children in African countries. It brings parents, caregivers, vulnerable youth, teachers and community and government officials together in the fight against AIDS. The program is administered and implemented by Reach the Children, Inc., an international, 501 © 3 humanitarian organization.

In need of a website to educate at risk children and their families about abstinence and HIV/AIDS prevention, the graphic designers at 360 PSG delivered a customized site that allows Stay Alive to share their curriculum, news, reports, and mission with the public.

360 PSG's programming team also gave Stay Alive's new website the ability to accept one-click online donations with the implementation of the Fission Donation Manager.

Stay Alive's new website operates on the Fission Web System, which contains built-in search engine optimization tools that have the potential to increase search engine ranking and improve visibility online.

With the Fission Content Management System (CMS), Stay Alive has the ability to create, edit, and update an unlimited number of content pages from any computer with internet access at any time.

The Stay Alive HIV/AIDS Prevention Education Program's new site is hosted on 360 PSG's secure servers at their business class datacenter in downtown Buffalo, NY.