*Please note that all promotional materials for the AoURP must be approved by the Asian Health Coalition prior to planned activities/events.*

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* 1. Name of Organization

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* 3. Total number of people reached in the reporting month via in-person engagement:

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* 4. Please tell us about any creative, culturally tailored strategies you have used for community engagement and education (separate from promoting/marketing activities/events). Where did this idea come from, and why do you think it is effective for your communities in the context of AoURP (e.g., overlapped with health literacy class, racial/ethnic concordance between communities and speakers/organizers)?

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* 6. If applicable, total number of social media impressions (number of times your post was seen) via...

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* 7. If applicable, total number of social media engagements (number of times your post was shared, retweeted, and/or liked, etc.) via...

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* 8. If applicable, total number of people reached during the reporting month via...

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* 9. Please tell us about any creative, culturally tailored strategies you have used in marketing AoURP community engagement/education activities and event? Where did this idea come from, and why do you think it is effective for your communities (e.g., use of simple language, familiarity of photos used in social media posts)?

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* 10. Was there a marketing material (e.g., flyer, brochure, video, news article, social media post) that was particularly effective in communicating the importance of the AoURP to your community members? If so, please email it to Amy Wang, and in the field below, please explain why it worked well.

We may submit it to the NIH for customization and approval for nationwide dissemination through official AoURP communication outlets.

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