Creating Systems Change

Through Collective Impact

By bringing diverse people together, we believe better ideas will emerge to combat HIV-STBBIs in Manitoba.

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Our Projects

We focus on identifying gaps and barriers and innovative solutions to address system changes. Projects include research, studies and tools to create change.

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Action Groups

The CINetwork action groups bring together like-minded individuals and organizations to brainstorm and plan the next steps on creating systemic change.

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The CINetwork host’s knowledge-building webinars, focusing on recent projects, and two yearly gatherings to build relationships, identify gaps and highlight best practices to create systemic change in Manitoba.

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Recent Updates

Join us for International Overdose Awareness Day (IOAD)

International Overdose Awareness Day (IOAD) is a global event held on August 31st each year and aims to raise awareness of overdose and reduce the stigma of a drug-poisoning related death. This year, the Manitoba HIV-STBBI Collective Impact Network will be joining the event at the Manitoba Legislative Grounds to address overdose awareness and emphasize the importance… Read More

Action Group Research Retreat

Join us for our 2023 Research Retreat The Manitoba HIV-STBBI Collective Impact Network is excited to announce our upcoming research retreat, aimed at advancing knowledge and collaboration in the field. This retreat will provide a platform for professionals, researchers, and individuals passionate about HIV and sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections (STBBI) to share ideas, insights,… Read More

Supporting STBBI Testing in Your Community

We are offering a $3,000 stipend to organizations or communities who would like to run an STBBI testing event and provide feedback on the Manitoba Community Event-Based STBBI Testing Toolkit The Manitoba Community Event-Based STBBI Testing Toolkit is for community-based organizations, peer groups, and event organizers who are not healthcare professionals, and who want to… Read More