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Last week, UNAIDS launched CrowdOutAIDS, a massive crowd sourcing effort that asks youth to direct the group’s worldwide AIDS prevention efforts in the coming years. Crowd sourcing is the act of sourcing tasks traditionally performed by specific individuals to an undefined large group of people or community (crowd) through an open call. To read a brief article highlighting the project, please click here.

You can check out the CrowdOutAIDS website here:  and they do the discussions using Community Pages on Facebook for different regions. Some of their discussion questions are pretty interesting.

Also part of this initiative, they’ve created a Scribd resource library that is also people populated through crowd-sourcing.