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Sign-language AIDS-awareness film: THE SHOP (Scenarios from Africa)

A film in English with sign-language interpretation on screen. Synopsis: Adama wants to make love to Kady. She insists on a condom so he goes to the shop to buy some. But he hadn’t realised how embarrassed he would feel buying condoms in front of other peopleIdea : Olga Ouédraogo, aged 20 (Burkina Faso) / […]

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building an AIDS clinic in nigeria

pupils from an ayr school help build an AIDS clinic in badagry, nigeria after a year of fundraising Video Rating: 4 / 5

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People with HIV that dont know they have it but still having unprotected sex

This video is important as it is about people that have HIV and dont know they have the illness..As the symptoms are so miniscule, there are active sexually guy and girls right now having unprotected sex that have hiv and they dont know they have it. It is scary, but every body that is sexually […]

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Bill Thoet on Wargaming and Simulating the HIV/AIDS situation in India

Bill Thoet, Booz Allen Vice President, discusses the findings of a simulation that forced various stake holders and decision makers to negotiate who can impact the HIV/AIDS situation in India and Nigeria. Video Rating: 0 / 5

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hiv aids in Africa superhero fights AIDS

Anti Retroviral Man the cartoon. The Zambian HIV epidemic is but one of many challenges that the new PF government and President Sata will find on the road into the future. Even though there have been remarkable victories: since 2004 320000 Zambians were initiated on life saving Anti Retroviral Treatment, word from the specialists in […]

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Sign-language AIDS-awareness film: FOR AICHA (Scenarios from Africa)

A film in English with sign-language interpretation on screen. Synopsis: On a business trip, Moctar gets very drunk and heads for his hotel room with Coumba, a sex worker. His friend Timothy puts a condom in Moctar’s jacket pocket so he can protect himself and his wife. The next morning, at breakfast, Timothy discovers the […]

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US Considers Approving Drug to Prevent HIV

This is the VOA Special English Health Report, from voaspecialenglish.com | http Studies show that a drug called Truvada can prevent HIV infections. The pill is taken once a day. Studies showed it was ninety percent effective when people took it every day. It was only half as effective when people did not take it […]

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Democracy in Nigeria, West Africa, Dr. LMadu4

Comments With Dr. James Haney Presents*Democracy in Nigeria, West Africa, with Dr. LMadu, Presdent African Chamber of Commerce, and editor of the African Journal, talks about the challenges faced by Nigeria, the most populous state in Africa, to overcome military dictatorship and make democracy work, Part 4. I need you to subscribe to this channel […]

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OKalu, Governor, Abia State, Nigeria, WA1

Comments With Dr. James Haney Presents*OKalu, Governor, Abia State, Nigeria, who talks about his candidacy to be the President of Nigeria and some of the challenges facing his Abia State as well as West Africa,Part 1. I need your support to continue this channel. Send me a donation to www.drjameshaney.com or mail me a few […]

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‘HIV overrated, African deaths caused by poverty’

Activists are demanding universal HIV/AIDS treatment at the International conference in Vienna. The new gel which is thought to help prevent women from contracting HIV, is being widely publicized there. But Doctor Christian Fiala believes the data obtained during the tests is unreliable.

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